|Song||Time Confortably numb|
|Comments||Made vor Variax Spank all position and Lester 12 is a very nice lead tone for Floyds song but also for heavier rock stuff|
|Comments||please mail comment to 2davidfrisurfno|
|User||David Andr Erichsen|
|Comments||used a Soldano and T75 Cab to create the tone that the Darkness are using can be used for any driven rock song|
|Comments||A try to catch the acoustic Martin D18 With a Strat on Neck pos Tone 7 Vol 10 Master 4 for room practice scoop the mids for gig|
|Comments||Using a Fender Malmsteen Strat this comes pretty close Quite a good shreddy sound for hotter pickups as well|
|Song||Always with me Always with you|
|Comments||A nice sounding patch for the beautiful song Allways with me wlways with you performed by Joe Satriani Its very good also for hard rock soloing and 80 stuff|
Model Packs increase the number of Amp or FX Models of a GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt, PODxt Live or PODxt Pro, for a wider variety of tone possibilities. When a particular tone in the library relies on a Model available in one of these packs, you'll see symbol(s) to indicate which Packs: MS (Metal Shop), CC (Classics Collection), FX (FX Junkie), and PP (Power Pack).
The models within the FX Junkie Model Pack are already included in PODxt Live, and offered for purchase to add-on to GuitarPort, TonePort, PODxt and PODxt Pro.
Variax is the uniquely flexibile guitar from Line 6. Our Vetta II amplifier includes a digital connection for the Variax that lets you store settings for both your amp and your guitar in the Vetta II so that when you call up a Vetta Channel Memory your amp and guitar can change sounds together. Vetta II Tones marked with this guitar symbol include this Variax data.
For each tone in the library, you'll see an icon for either a single coil or humbucker pickup. This tells you whether the tone is best for use with a single coil pickup or a humbucker, so you can select the appropriate pickup on your guitar when using this tone.
Attention POD 2.0, Flextone and HD147 owners... Your hardware doesn't do Stomp effects, so you'll hear something different than what was intended. Try increasing the Drive or choose a higher gain Amp Model to get the right sound. The other aspects of the sound should translate as expected, so you'll at least get a great starting place for tweaking.
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