This^ for example, if u had a 60 watt amps with one speaker, and the same one with 2 speakers the one speaker would push 60 w through its only speaker while the 2 speakers would push 30 watts through each speaker, and ur brain is tricked into thinking its louder, and u also get more headroom
i dont really like it that much, but im stuck with it. this pedal is good for the scooped palm muted new metal sh!t, and it doesnt really suck that bad for other stuff ill tell u my setting and c how u like em Level: 3 o'clock Scoop: 11 o'clock Drive : 3 o'clock Bass: 1 o'clock Mids: 3 o'clock Treble: 4 o' clock
the treble and bass tend to balance each other out so u get a nice bassline that doesnt bring down the house, and the high notes wont rip through ur ears likje a dog whistle
You mean digital. At least, I'm looking to change my distortion tone to be less digital.
well dude, u picked the worst pedal if ur lookin for analog tone all line 6 products are digital, especially the tone core pedals, if u want something analog try some MXR distortions, maybe the distortion +, i think its the yellow one
good cables: try dimarzios, i love my ones Power Cables: for the crybaby get the crybaby adapter, and get a vox one for the satchurator Clean ur guitar: i clean my fretboard with lemon oil, and polish it with a clean cloth Hardware for PC: get guitar rig session, its the best at the price IMO i dont think pickups get damaged after a lot of use,
if you want samples all my recordings are done solely with guitar rig, i like it a lot.
Edit: prodominantly done with orange amp sound, some with the lead 800, but tbh it doesnt sound as good as the orange.
dude, those recordings were made with guitar rig?? thats amazing, i was under the impression that things like that were crap this isnt as good as studio stuff, but its not as bad as people make it out to be, and to untrained ears, it wont make a difference, mind tellin me which guitar rig u used exactly?