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post Oct 3 2008, 01:27 AM
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Hi Muris,

I just got the Pandora PX4D, which is awesome biggrin.gif ! I'm still getting used to changing around the settings and what not. So I was wondering if you could help me with getting the sound you have for the Bb minor phrasing lesson. I've looked through some of the previous posts including the one where people asked about different settings, and going from what you said just changing a few setting from the one you posted for the SRV sound isn't getting me the sound I want. I'm new with this thing so I could just be doing it wrong sad.gif .

I hope I'm not re-posting something that has already been discussed. Let me know if I should read a different post if this has already been discussed wink.gif .

Thanks Muris,

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post Oct 3 2008, 01:39 AM
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Hi Alex. smile.gif

Try these settings,should be 80% the same as in the lesson you're working at.
SGL > HUM 10.0
US HI-G Gain 6.3 Bass 2.0 Middle 6.7 Treble 7.0
JAZ 1x15 8.0
Chorus 1 0.32
PPDLy3 5.3
PLATE 2 4,3

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post Oct 3 2008, 01:57 AM
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Thanks for the welcome biggrin.gif

Ok so put in the settings, I'm getting some hiss from my cab i turned my tone down all the way on my guitar and I am playing from my neck pick up. Any other suggestions to get rid of the hiss?
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post Oct 3 2008, 02:30 AM
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From cab,you mean you're using it through a guitar amplifier?

If yes then those settings might not work for you
cause I made the tone for direct recording.
But anyhow,try to cut some treble and turn off first fx in chain,SGL>HUM,
you'll probably get less hiss that way. smile.gif


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Ooo much better smile.gif . I turned SGL>HUM off and turned treb down and now its much better. Now that I have the sound all I need to get it the playing perfect lol.

Thank you for the help!
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