|Tone Name||Punchy EQ'd|
|Created with||Bass PODxt Live|
Note this should not be pushing your speakers to sound like crap, if it is, perhaps your input gain is higher than mine. This is a tone i made years ago and i have made some minor improvements. The AMP controls the compressor onoff. The comp is pretty transparent, but adds a little umph. The AMP serves as a preamp, not doing a whole lot besides adding some bass and treble, the EQ has scooped mids boosted highs and lows, giving an overall clean, punchy sound. The STOMP throws on a bit of gain without distortion, really punchy sound. The MOD is a subtle Flanger, and the DLY is a digital dely set to quarter notes (tap the delay length) and is mixed so that it does not muddy up your sound. Enjoy, -Sam
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