Boost Tone Control

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  1. Jace Nuzback

    Jace Nuzback Senior Member

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    Everyone,
    Here's some useful information for you!
    The TONE knob in the BOOST effect (for ALL models) is a HPF (High Pass Filter.)
    Setting the knob fully left at 0% is your tone without any filtering.
    Turning the knob to the right starts rolling off the low frequencies.
    100% is the low frequencies fully cut.
    Most might assume that setting the knob at Noon(50%) would be neutral and then you would cut or boost
    the chosen treble frequency. That is NOT the case!
    This makes a significant difference in tone!
    Try setting that tone knob to 0% and then set it to 50%.
    See what you think about the difference.
    Cheers,
    Jace
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2018 at 6:59 PM
    Yeah, Mbsurfer and DreamTheaterRules like this.
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    Jace Nuzback Senior Member

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    Clint Martin Well-Known Member

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    I've had mine at 20% all along. Good tip!
     
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    cragginshred Active Member

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    I am trying this over the weekend -Thanks You!! HPF's are so powerful ....great to know!!!!
     
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    Slartibartfarst42 Well-Known Member

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    I had no idea it worked that way but I have certainly found that adjusting the tone control has a huge affect on the overall sound.
     

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