36 tones found
Tones by chrisjw5
|chrisjw5||I made these "+" patches so I'd have a set of default patches to use almost as a 4 channel amp. I set them up in Bank 1, channels 1-4 so I have a variety of go-to tones when I'm out. Each tone is set up with a distortion at FS1, delay at FS4 and various other FX at 2&3. Try 'em. I usually run Bank 1 as A) +Vox (or +Hiwatt) B) +Fender Deluxe, C) +Marshall D) +Mesa (or + Engl)||3/19/11|
||STP||Dean DeLeo||Stone Temple Pilots||Angel F-Ball||Rock||1305|
|chrisjw5||Use FS1 to add compression, FS2 for Screamer and FS3 for Flanger (Sex Type Thing, Army Ants)||2/26/11|
||LA Metal Mick||Mick Mars, CC DeVille||Girls, Girls, Girls; Talk Dirty To Me||Motley Crue, Poison||Brit P-75||80's Metal||2525|
|chrisjw5||I use this as a generic 80's Metal tone. Hair band purists will find it doesn't nail any one specific tone, but it does cover a wide variety. Use it for live covers of Motley or Poison or Warrant. I based it on CC's "Talk Dirty" tone and Mick Mars' "Girls" sound. You'll find a Screamer for solo boost at FS1, Phaser at FS2 and Flanger at FS3 -you can even knock out some DLR-era VH with these. Another choice is to pick which one you'll use least and sub it out for a longer delay to trigger at FS1 for a more "LA" solo. Your call.||2/26/11|
||Hiwatt Clean||Hiway 100||Rock||863|
|chrisjw5||Shimmery (but not too much so) Hiwatt clean. Great for the intro to Stairway to Heaven all the way up to Far Behind by Candlebox.||2/20/11|
||-13 Crunch||Divide 9/15||Rock||736|
|chrisjw5||You can use this for almost anything with moderate crunch. I play older ZZ Top on it, all the way up to Bryan Adams' Summer of '69.||2/20/11|
||Another Brick||David Gilmour||Another Brick in the Wall||Pink Floyd||Hiway 100||2006|
|chrisjw5||Step on FS1 to engage the overdrive and turn off the chorus for the "All in all..." part. I use this to play the song live, as it's not nearly as dry as the album (which I think doesn't translate well on stage).||2/20/11|
||ZZ Fender||Billy Gibbons||ZZ Top||Blackface 'Lux / Blackface 'Lux||4867|
|chrisjw5||I was looking for a Billy tone that I could use for all of the ZZ periods, from La Grange to Afterburner. This isn't exact for any one album, but I modeled it after the Live in Texas DVD and the VH1 storytellers. Coupling a Fender Deluxe with a Jumbo Fuzz gave me a good "Billy Live" tone. Throaty enough for Tres Hombres but hot enough for Stages. Check out the FX to gunk it all up. Step on FS2 to toggle on both the Digital Delay and Dimension Chorus for some Rough Boy.||2/20/11|
||Boston Acoustic||Tom Scholz||Peace Of Mind||Bsoton||Line 6 ACO 2||Rock||321|
||Motley JCM800||Mick Mars||Motley Crue||Brit J-800||Metal Shred||442|
|chrisjw5||Good general 80's metal tone||6/23/09|
||Kings X Ty Tabor||Ty Tabor||King's X||MS-Diamondplate||Metal Shred||274|
|chrisjw5||Stomp for solo boost Modified Brian's a bit||6/23/09|
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