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Flubby Bass...how to remedy?

paranoid

Fractal Fanatic
there are tons of ways to in the fx-8 to adjust eq, but there is no fits all amps, and effects, and all cabs setting. I would try to get the amp eq as close as you can before adjusting it in the fx-8. Unless it is only 1 effect in the fx-8 that is creating the flub.
 

mr_fender

Fractal Fanatic
Try a filter block in front of the amp set to a gentle low cut filter at around 80 to 100 Hz or so. That should tighten things up. If the tone is then lacking in low end you can then add an EQ block in the Amp's FX loop to boost the low end back up a bit, post distortion.
 

Mark Muldoon

New Member
Try a filter block in front of the amp set to a gentle low cut filter at around 80 to 100 Hz or so. That should tighten things up. If the tone is then lacking in low end you can then add an EQ block in the Amp's FX loop to boost the low end back up a bit, post distortion.
THat worked on a lot of them, Thanks!
 
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