Mertay's Question
Phil66
Feb 3 2019, 09:25 PM
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Over in THIS topic, Mertay asked a question about my patch that I was using.

QUOTE (Mertay @ Feb 2 2019, 03:26 PM) *
Interesting, do share when you get back about the patch I'm curious


Here is everything in the chain order with the exception of the noise gate at the beginning.

AMP: Brit Plexi NRM (Marshall Super Lead 100 normal channel) Drive 2.8, Bass 4.2, Mid 5.4, Treble 8.2, Presence 8.8, Channel vol 6.0, Master 10.0 Sag, Hum,Ripple, Bias x all at 5.0 and Bias at 6.5. The things in italics are out of the box, apparently, they come set how the amps left the factory as much as is known but they mean nothing to me so I leave them alone.

Simple Delay mono (Line 6 Original) Time 6.5ms, Feedback 0%, Mix 100%, Level 0.0 db, Trails OFF

Simple Delay stereo (Line 6 Original) Time 543ms, Feedback 35%, Mix 17%, Level 0.0 db, Scale 100% Trails OFF

Reverb Hall (Line 6 Original) Decay 3.5, Predelay 10ms, Low & High Cut OFF, Mix 32%, Level 0.0db, Trails OFF

I hope this makes sense to you Mertay, a lot of it means nothing to me rolleyes.gif

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Phil

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Feb 3 2019, 09:49 PM
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Thanks for the reply! smile.gif

I'm guessing the P90's made the big difference as I don't remember a superlead sound like that, although your tone has fx on it still has a dryness to the tone I really liked.

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The P-90s are the secret.
If you really want the 50s sound, set your delay for one 1/8 note repeat (mix at about 50% or 60%) and a little spring (or plate) reverb.

*A real non mv 'superlead' with it's volume at 3 or below can have a great clean tone (or cleanish tone). The Marshall cleans in most modern software, profilers and modelers actually do a pretty good job of replicating this normally difficult to find tone.

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QUOTE (Mertay @ Feb 3 2019, 08:49 PM) *
it still has a dryness to the tone I really liked.

Please elaborate Mertay, I'm interested wink.gif

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QUOTE (Phil66 @ Feb 3 2019, 10:14 PM) *
Please elaborate Mertay, I'm interested wink.gif


As someone who didn't live that era or have much experience with the gear (as the originals are very expensive or hard to find today), I take those tones as always having a blend of the guitars acoustic character mixed into the amps sound. Its really not like that I guess when past 80's, I feel I don't hear the guitars character that much. Check Klasaine's youtube video's for more examples!

So thats I guess what I mean by dryness as in hearing an acoustic tone more than usual. And yeah pretty impressive this is coming from a modeller.

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