Help me with my guitar tone

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    lolobol New Member

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    Nile Giver of the Likes

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    Did you do two tracks of the guitar and pan one left and one right? That is generally what people do and it sounds like you have one track and its centered.
     
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    hmm maybe change up the tones a bit? what are you using for amp modelling? pod ?
     
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    Narrillnezzurh Sir Clipsalot

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    What guitar are you using? What amp/cab (or sim/IR) are you using, and what do the settings look like? What's your signal chain look like? If you're miking, how are you doing it? Are you using any EQs?

    More information :squint:
     
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    Sorry for a delay. I use emg-81x on the bridge. Guitar wood is mahagony.
    Here's my pod farm screen:[​IMG]
     
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    You should explain what you mean by saying "Guitar Pro 6 guitars"
    If i understand correctly, it's the unnatural sound of the guitars.
    The main problem (from my point) is what you're playing.
    You're constantly playing the same low string on your guitar.
    That low register tends to sound unnatural
     

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