@Positive Grid Team --> please add an EQ to lower that Bass and make this Amp Great
simon.kerschbaumer last edited by
Dear Positive Grid Team
Please add an EQ to lower the Bass from the backing tracks etc. or lower it somehow else. Until now you made an Amp with cool features (jamming etc.) but only OKAY soundwise. I know that when u play alone bassy sound is subjective better....but you just put it over the top.
Your amp could be a really great practice amp, but unfortunately it is not at the moment. It's just okay. You have sold so many units and are selling more, not needing any distributers and making a lot of money with it....so please fix this issue for your users who have waited months to get the spark and gave you the money in advance.
Also please fix the volume increase/decrease when changing settings...like with an overall master or something...I don't know...I am not an amp designer. Or put a level limiter somewhere....I dont want to be ending deaf because I changed a preset in your amp.
Thanks a lot if you will read this and take it serious. I dont think I am the only user wishing for this.
madmarcus1960 last edited by
the overall volume is set by the preset creator at the time of the save. You may want to try to balance them yourself, re-saving after finding that balance. I believe this worked for me, particularly when using Tonecloud presets that may or may not have been created with a similar or different type guitar.
daniel.sprich last edited by daniel.sprich
I agree, bass of audio should be adjustable, wrote also to PG, doesn‘t seem that they want to change it. Does not make sense to me. On some songs you want to play with you don‘t even hear the higher tones if you play along because of the massive bass. This kills the fun. And playing along is one of the main ideas behind this amp, right? Such a great device but such a big disadvantage and no reason why it is not possible.
grayaj23 last edited by
I would love to be able to patch a parametric or graphic eq into the signal chain.
wrichard99 last edited by
This to me is the one glaring omission. We really need a graphic EQ.
antti.kero last edited by
+1. The unit sounds way too boomy at the moment.
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folkunlimited last edited by
I play a lot at lower volumes accompanying others who play acoustic instruments. And I use pretty low gains sounds with lots of effects - delay, tremolo, reverb. And for the life of me, I can not get any sparkle to my sound - even though I play a Stratocaster. All the models sound like they need a bright switch, but none of them have one. This is especially noticeable at lower volumes.
I just couldn't stand it. I sold my Spark and went back to my Yamaha THR10. Far less versatile, but much better tones.