Been doing some EZdrummer shenanigans tone testing for a demo for a band im playing with.
Guitar was Gibson V with standard, passive pickups it was shipped with, tuned to dropped A with 11-56 strings.
Amp settings: 10 watt (triode), bypassed loop, full power.
One track IIc+ mode (left channel) and same settings for Mark IV mode (right channel) just flipped the mode switch.
Treb: 12 o'clock
Mid: Inbetween 8-9
Gain: 2 o'clock
Master: Inbetween 8-9o'clock
Pres: Inbetween 3 and 4o'clock
80hz: Halfway between mid and top line
240: Level with the 80, but half a slider's width down from there
750: Halfway between middle and bottom
2200: Slider's bottom on the mid line
6600: Slider same as 6600, but bottom of slider level with the top of the 2200
SM57 on the dustcap of a Marshall valvestate 4x12's top left speaker virtually 'touching the cloth'. :p
It sounds real aggressive, in the room, live and achieved extra fatness with a little post eq in the lowend, and with low and high pass filters employed, touch of compression. (also experimented with copying those tracks to additional left/right with a tight room reverb.) The philosophy was tight and aggressive and add lows, rather than try to ram the reg lows down the sm-57. The two channels of combined mid gain sound huge, to my ear, when combined in the mix with the bass guitar and thudding kicks, sitting on the rest of the frequencies. May add a third track with the recto 2x12 on crunch soon too...