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|robles1999||Tone can be used to play blues on the neck pick up of a Strat with tone volume around 5. Then for crunch dime the volume and switch to the bridge pickup (I normally have the bridge tone around 6) . This is my go to patch when playing live. One preset is all I use, and use the volume for in between sounds. My pick ups are Area 58 Neck and Middle, Area 61 at the bridge.||9/14/12||
|Comments||Tone can be used to play blues on the neck pick up of a Strat with tone volume around 5. Then for crunch dime the volume and switch to the bridge pickup (I normally have the bridge tone around 6) . This is my go to patch when playing live. One preset is all I use, and use the volume for in between sounds. My pick ups are Area 58 Neck and Middle, Area 61 at the bridge.|
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