24 tones found
Tones by thewhites
||bass on guitar||Tweed B-Man Nrm Pre||469|
|thewhites||fender p bass on your guitar!! this patch was written going direct in pa. output of hd500 should be set on direct out use 2nd position on pickups||3/8/12|
||Stuck Like Glue||Stuck Like Glue||Sugarland||Tweed B-Man Nrm||Country||605|
|thewhites||You have to upgrade to new variax firmware for this patch. The acoustic guitar "capoed" at 6th fret so you can play it open. I created this with the Variax JTV89. Run direct or with headphones.||5/9/12|
||KOO Celebration||Charles Smith||Celebration||Kool And The Gang||Super O||Funk||303|
|thewhites||This patch is for use with the variax in middle position as default. During the bridge I switch to 2nd position strat. This patch is purposely written in mono. Also you can turn the phaser on using FS1 for added umph in the main riff.||7/14/13|
||Dreams||Lindsey Buckingham||Dreams||Fleetwood Mac||PhD Motorway||1242|
|thewhites||To make this sound right I have added a Univibe. Use the Volume pedal to slowly swell each note in and mixed with the light delay it gives a very close Marshalesque haunting sound like the record. I am using a JB humbucker pickup in the bridge position for this one. Also lay off a bit on the volume knob and let the Overdrive do the dirty work. I am using a JB humbucker running the Pod HD500 in stereo using the XLR jacks and running into a pair of QSC K-12 speakers.||12/29/10|
||Marshall Lead||Any 80s Hair Rockers||Any 80s Metal||Any 80s Hair Bands||Hiway 100||3535|
|thewhites||This is my best creation yet. I found the Marshall lead tone by using other amp model speaker combinations. It has gain for days with a touch of reverb and a ducked delay so when you do the fast runs the delay doesnt mush your sound but it is still there, just transparent. I am using a JB humbucker running the Pod HD500 in stereo using the XLR jacks and running into a pair of QSC K-12 speakers.||12/29/10|
||Lights||Neal Schon||Lights||Journey||Hiway 100||Rock||830|
|thewhites||This tone was written using the JTV Variax into the HD500 in studio direct mode into the Line 6 L3t speaker in monitor mode. Strat position 5 will automatically pull up when you select patch. Back off your guitar volume knob to around 70% until the solo. For the solo pull volume all the way up on guitar and click fs1 to turn on screamer.||7/13/12|
||Wallflowers Solo||Class A-30 TB||5429|
|thewhites||This sound closely resembles the short middle solo to One Headlight by the wallflowers. I used a 5 repeated delay mixed with very thick short reverb. Use your second position pickup on a strat and roll your volume knob back to around half to get the correct sound for this. Also I have found that using my fingertips to pick the notes gives it the same deadened attack as the record. I am using a JB humbucker running the Pod HD500 in stereo using the XLR jacks and running into a pair of QSC K-12 speakers.||12/29/10|
||Where Streets Have None||The Edge||Where The Streets Have No Name||U2||Class A-30 TB||Rock||989|
|thewhites||This patch was written using the James Tyler Variax spank position 2 running into the HD500 to L3t cabinet||6/23/12|
||Where Streets Ha||The Edge||Where The Streets Have No Name||U2||Class A-30 TB||Rock||873|
|thewhites||This patch use JTV Variax in Strat position 2 into POD HD500 in studio direct mode into Line 6 L3t cabinet set to monitor mode. If you download this tone please take a second to rate it.||7/6/12|
||Smooth Lead||Class A-15||410|
|thewhites||This is one of my lead patches. It was written using a JTV Variax into POd HD500 in studio direct mode into L3t speaker in Monitor mode. The expression 2 pedal controls the amount of mix of delay. If you turn on FS4 you the treble on on your variax will turn into a whammy pull up bar and the volume on variax will dive like a whammy bar. Make sure both vol and treble knobs are set at full on position b4 you engage fs4. The more you move them to the off or zero position the more whammy effect you will have. To enhance this even more use the wah while using the whammy effect and also play with the delay mix on expression 2||7/19/12|
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