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What's the best way to thicken low-mid gain?

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  • What's the best way to thicken low-mid gain?

    It seems when I want to thicken and richen ( :manembarrassed: ) my low to mid gain tones I reach for the gain knob, which loses focus and well, my low gain. lol.


    What do you do to keep low mid gain up front rich and sustainy? Compressors? EQ? "Boost"? No problems? This would apply to both amp, pedals and preamp/modeller.


  • #2
    Quit playing numetal, moobs.

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    • Steve2112
      Steve2112 commented
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      DFWXJER wrote:
      Quit playing numetal, moobs.

      Hey thanks for the heads up DFWjacka sssWXERDJJAZZYPuffinSTUFF. You might almost be funny if you were even close to being right, once in a while.

         But keep up the effort!  Probably not as fun without all your fans around to notice you. Maybe you can link to the other site for your drama b!Tch attention hore needs?

       

      What's weird is that I'd value your opinion on the matter. But you refuse to offer it. You'd prefer to be a jack a sss beech. Ain't that some sheet.  I don't get it, but hey, carry on doing whatever it is that makes you feel worthy!


  • #3
    EQ would be best

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    • Logieberra
      Logieberra commented
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      I find a good boost thickens up overdrive tones tremendously ... try the fulltone fat boost it is amazing


    • Steve2112
      Steve2112 commented
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      EugeneTheJeep wrote:
      EQ would be best

      Yep I thoght so...but where at? I'm not locked into bands...I can sweep.

       

      I think some discrete compression and the right EQ will do it. I'm just wondering what other people do.


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