Tone stack

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A tone stack is a specialized type of audio filter incorporated into the circuit of an audio amplifier for altering the frequency response of the amplifier. The term is primarily used in reference to instrument amplifiers such as guitar amplifiers.[1]

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  1. ^ Pittman, Aspen (September 2003). The Tube Amp Book. Hal Leonard Corporation. Retrieved April 2013.