Crunchbox trimpot

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  1. j_m_s

    j_m_s Member

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    Hey guys. Just wanted to ask whats the stock position for this?
     
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    12:00, I believe......move it to the left to gain some high end
     
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    oh cool.
    Hmm, i found my bass abit flabby and loose. To tighten it up, i gotta increase the high end aye?
     
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    i don't know for sure but the trim pot i believe to be a presence..control does not affect the bass....

    crunch box has good tight bass to it...if your bass is flabby take a look at your amp or your pickup in your guitar. Use a humbucker in the bridge position and a good tube amp and you should be good.
     
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    Ah. Im not on a tube amp but ive got my fender stock humbucker in my bridge.
     
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    I heard the MI Audio Crunch Box for the first time, at the recent NAMM. I thought the bass was tight! The CB sounded great through the new MI Audio "Revelation" amp, too. That was the best-sounding amp at the show, IMO.
     

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