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chast
post Sep 21 2007, 05:39 AM
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Hey Gmc'ers,

I have a Digitech GNX 3000 (Is anyone interessted in a review?) here and I am happy with it, but I dont know how to get a neo classical sound out of it, there is a preset, which is ok, but I want to have my own smile.gif
But I have no clue which settings I should make, are there any basic settings like much treble, low bass or something else you could tell me ?

Thanks

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post Sep 21 2007, 05:51 AM
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QUOTE (chast @ Sep 20 2007, 11:39 PM) *
Hey Gmc'ers,

I have a Digitech GNX 3000 (Is anyone interessted in a review?) here and I am happy with it, but I dont know how to get a neo classical sound out of it, there is a preset, which is ok, but I want to have my own smile.gif
But I have no clue which settings I should make, are there any basic settings like much treble, low bass or something else you could tell me ?

Thanks

Try to get yoru guitar sound like a strat. Higher end guitar. And, I think if you look at one of Marcus's things. In the instructor board. He tells his settings for his. So maybe you can get soemthign from that.

Also you need a neo-classicalish chord progression, and certain scales to get a good strong neoclassical sound.

https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...?showtopic=6194

Try that link out

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