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About DaProGamer12

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  1. Alright, I got a MUCH better tone now. It hasn't just been 7 months. Anyway. Crunch Green of course Drive: Max Bass: Zero Mids: 11 o' clock Treble: 4 o' clock (Trust me, I want to back it off too, but it loses that raw sound.) Reverb: all you want, not too much :) Jam away, my friends.
  2. @AndyParedes Thanks! I turned 13 on April, sound is getting closer and closer.
  3. I do know how to get it on a III 75, if it is good enough. Standard Tone Amp: Insane Red Drive: 10 o'clock with drive boost Bass: 10 o'clock Mid: Max Treble: Max Delay: On Reverb: Between 3 and 4 o'clock Flange: Try to put on separate tone I always thought this was pretty accurate. :D
  4. Hey everyone. I'm 12 and have been playing guitar for 5 years. I used Rocksmith to teach me the basics and essentials of electric guitar. I mostly play to Def Leppard and Van Halen songs. I am also great at picking out tones from songs. I use a Line 6 Spider III 75 and a Jackson Dinky JS22 and Epiphone Les Paul Special II. I'm wondering how to get the High 'N' Dry tone? I have a good match already but something just doesn't sound right about it: Amp: Crunch Green Drive: 1 o' clock (With drive boost, hold tap and move drive past middle) Bass: None Mid: Cranked Treble: Cranked Channel Volume: Max Reverb: 10 o' clock Thanks in advance. I appreciate your help! :)
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