General Discussion Forum - Voice The Sound In Your Head
Congratulations on your new amp! HNAD!Tennisplayer wrote:Love this amp. I put my MXR 10 Band EQ in the loop, boost the bass and mids a touch and it is now a fire breathing monster. An eq in the loop adds so much more girth. Try it.
Killer trick, it's quite an old one, but I'm glad you're employing it as it's worked wonders for so many artists.
That 'Paul looks killer by the way.
I couldn't afford an MXR, but I have a Boss ge-7 in the loop on my HT60 to cut out some harshness, that works fine. have the pedal set to zero, except the highs of course, but I think I ought to be able to get more out of the eq-pedal, haven't had an effects loop in an amp before, and only used an eq-pedal in front of an amp as a boost. Anybody with any settings- tone tips?
Yeah, mine works wonder for the tone, but even though I keep the volume down, the mids are now somewhat sharp and "gainy". Seems odd to pull out the mids too, and even more so to lower the level on the pedal below zero! I'm not after a scooped tone, never works with the full band, and I don't play metall, more kind of hard rock. Ijust want a sound or tone that's big and kind of soft. I will try to have the eq-pedal in front of the amp, but I don't want or need to push the front end more, maybe it's the loop that brings out the harshness?
Hahaha, what a fool I am, been playing the electric guitar for so many years, still it took me so long to realise the problem! I had adjusted the pups as it says on the Fender site, but the bridge pup needed to be lowered, and yes, problem solved! And it seems I've found the sweet-spot in this amp, what a monster!
mbsurfer wrote:I actually like the tone I'm getting with my HT-40 when I run a BBE 462 Sonic Maximizer in the effects loop. It really tightens up my sound.
i run a bbe sonic stomp through the fx loop on my series one. it's badass!
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