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Fill the atmosphere
by naruto177 on 2011-10-14 06:44:21

I heard Lincoln Brewster play in concert last month and his sound was soooo full and thick and even one note took my breath away lol. What effects or what make a sound so heavy where it fill up the whole audience and  where you can just play one note and still be sooo full. I dont know how to add it to my patches. If you can help me out I would highly appreciate it!

Re: Fill the atmosphere
by pratikb on 2011-10-14 17:30:46

i have the same concern.. with my HD500 how to get the huge headroom?


Re: Fill the atmosphere
by Nick_Mattocks on 2011-10-15 01:07:15

Have you got a link to something by Lincoln Brewster which outlines what you mean.

We don't tend to hear much of Lincoln Brewster's music here in the UK

When I think of a big and thick sound from single note playing, I normally think in terms of a fairly lush chorus followed by a big spacey type digital delay and some reverb but I'm not sure if that's the kind of thing you have in mind.


Re: Fill the atmosphere
by naruto177 on 2011-10-15 05:04:09

I went to his concert and sounded soooooo much better and was amazing thick tone but this is the best i found if you listen to the beggining but of course sounded soo much thicker and heavier in concert

The first notes he plays whenn plugs in guitar

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Re: Fill the atmosphere
by johnpicton on 2011-10-15 07:09:44

Not your fault - but that video has been blocked in the UK. So Nick wont be able to see that one!

Re: Fill the atmosphere
by 98line6 on 2011-10-15 09:34:26

Here'shis setup AND patches
Enjoy & God bless

Re: Fill the atmosphere
by naruto177 on 2011-10-15 09:52:02

John-Icant find any UK ones

98line6- Thanks i just want to find out what gives you that big thick tone so i can add it with all my patches.

Re: Fill the atmosphere
by 98line6 on 2011-10-15 13:54:38

Mostly the "Hall" reverb at 21%

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