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#1 drschultz

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 07:50 PM

OMG what a huge difference.  I know I saw a thread about this earlier but I had not done the 2.20 patch until recently.  I now have my DT25 master cranked to about 2  - 3 oclock and, using the master on the HD500, I can really get some nice organic tones without breaking windows.  This amp and board combo really is amazing.  I wonder what would have happened if line 6 would have done this in the beginning.  Its like its a sleeper now and with the new stuff coming people may never know what this setup can really do.

 

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 08:04 PM

It's a big improvement IMO too. I'm using the DT50 Head and DT25 Cabinet and man it sounds great. Have you tried using the DT edit software to access the other goodies that came in the update? Don't need it when ya have a HD500 or the like.


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Posted 08 January 2014 - 08:10 PM

It's a big improvement IMO too. I'm using the DT50 Head and DT25 Cabinet and man it sounds great. Have you tried using the DT edit software to access the other goodies that came in the update? Don't need it when ya have a HD500 or the like.

Yeah, I used DT Edit to setup channel 2.  That way I can have some nice tones just by directly plugging in.  I like being able to reallyy customize the reverb too bad that can't be done with out midi.  I also setup the reverb on channel 1 so I can save on DSP.


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Posted 08 January 2014 - 08:17 PM

Yeah, I used DT Edit to setup channel 2.  That way I can have some nice tones just by directly plugging in.  I like being able to reallyy customize the reverb too bad that can't be done with out midi.  I also setup the reverb on channel 1 so I can save on DSP.

 

Good idea. Love it!!


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