Paulzx Posted October 14, 2016 Share Posted October 14, 2016 Hello...hoping for some insight with this... I have a pod hd500 with L6 link to a DT50, but I've struggled to get decent saturated distortion tones. Having now realised that using the pre amp versions of the modelled amps in fact doesn't work so well, I've reverted back to the standard amps, even though the pre amps were designed I think to be used with the DT amps, they simply don't give enough punch. One thing that is bugging me a bit is that for some reason, the A string on my guitar really booms through the hd500/DT50 combo, it's quite obnoxious in a very bassy, boomy type way, it doesn't happen on any other string, just the A string? This happens on all my guitars, but not on any other amp, just HD500/DT50 so it must be something to do with the processing through that. You can't really just roll the bass off the amp model (treadplate), as the tone just loses it's punch. Is there any way to EQ it out? But it's tricky because it's just the A string I want to stop the booming sound. Antone come across this before, or know some really good EQ tips without totally killing the tone? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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