3 tones found
Tones by rodschlock
||boober utter||E.T.M.||losers||Bomber Uber||Metal Shred||43|
|rodschlock||just an hd-147. thats it. no pod no port no gearbox no farm. just an hd 147 and line 6 edit. i think most of the tones on here (even if they're not marked) are done with something else. hope so anyway cuz they usually sound a bit shitty. poo.||7/4/10|
||bomber foocker||Bomber Uber||Metal Shred||46|
|rodschlock||more buger uber||4/6/10|
||boober unger||Bomber Uber||Metal Shred||30|
|rodschlock||love me the bomber. hooked up in stereo 4ohms to my randall warhead cab wvintage 30's (re-wired it for 4ohm stereo) i can't put the master past 4 cause it curdles my milk. also had to put locking 14" jacks on my cab so the cable would stop blowing out the cab's normal jacks around 2 12 on the master||4/6/10|
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