Clean settings for amps

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Dave Nightcaps

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Hi I am new to this and learning both electric and acoustic.

I like the convenience sound of the acoustic however wiukd eventually like rock on the electric.

My question is what is the best amp settings for a clean sound no overdrive

Thanks

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Hi I am new to this and learning both electric and acoustic.

I like the convenience sound of the acoustic however wiukd eventually like rock on the electric.

My question is what is the best amp settings for a clean sound no overdrive

Thanks

johan.vandenborre

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I'd sure consider the use of reverb, if your amp has it built in! it adds some ambience to your tone. I also prefer with a little less mids. But that's my preference, and what might work for me doesn't necessarily work for you.

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I'd sure consider the use of reverb, if your amp has it built in! it adds some ambience to your tone. I also prefer with a little less mids. But that's my preference, and what might work for me doesn't necessarily work for you.

manXcat

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Originally Posted by: Dave
I am new to this

More info required.

Which specific amp, or amps, are you using or wanting to use?

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."

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Originally Posted by: Dave
I am new to this

More info required.

Which specific amp, or amps, are you using or wanting to use?

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."