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#1 SchectersDemon

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Posted 11 March 2014 - 12:42 PM

I'm a huge disturbed fan and I'm starting to try and play their music on guitar, but sadly i have been very unsuccessful in matching the tone of Donegan's guitar even a little bit. I know I won't get it spot-on, but anyone have some suggestions for the settings I should use on my Spider IV 15 Watt? As in mids, treble, bass, drive, channel volume, effects, whether i should use the metal or insane channel, etc.


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Posted 21 March 2014 - 04:30 AM

I'm a huge disturbed fan and I'm starting to try and play their music on guitar, but sadly i have been very unsuccessful in matching the tone of Donegan's guitar even a little bit. I know I won't get it spot-on, but anyone have some suggestions for the settings I should use on my Spider IV 15 Watt? As in mids, treble, bass, drive, channel volume, effects, whether i should use the metal or insane channel, etc.

 

There are no magic bullets for tone matching on this, or any other amp in the universe. Someone else's settings will never sound the same in your hands. The guitar, the pickups, the player, and to a great extent the volume you're playing at will all contribute to the tone. Trial and error is the only way to get even half way to what you're looking for.


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