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> Velvet Revolver Sound
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post Aug 28 2007, 06:05 AM
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Gabriel,
I mistakenly asked a tech question in the main section under the lesson. Sorry I am learning the etiquette as I go. I have learned the Velvet Revolver lesson pretty well but I can't even come close on the tones you get. I am using a line 6 spider 2 modeling amp at the moment. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Maximus


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Hi Maximus! I haven't used that modeler so I don't know it. I can tell you what I'm using for my lessons and you could try to find the simulation in your modeler. I'm using my Marshall Valvestate mod 8080 distortion with this settings: Gain 7 Bass 8 Mid 6 Treb 5 Contour 3 and my les paul studio.

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post Aug 29 2007, 01:20 AM
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Thanks Gabriel. I played around with the settings and have finally come up with a reasonably similar sound.
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QUOTE (Maximus @ Aug 28 2007, 09:20 PM) *
Thanks Gabriel. I played around with the settings and have finally come up with a reasonably similar sound.
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Great! smile.gif . Line 6 has good amp modelers.

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