Tone Details

Tone Name All Jazzed Up!
Created with Vetta II Head
Author scottpolk
Scott Polk
Jazz in Minor, Major, and 7ths.
Me of course!
Amp '67 Fn Black Dual Show, '67 Fn Black Dual Show
Variax setup 1957 Gibson ES-175 Neck position. Guitar is customized in Variax Workbench with following settings In Phase, Pickups in Series, both PU's active and stacked at position 6.10, Capacitor set to 22nF, VolTone pots set to 500k. I wrote this patch playing all 7th type chords by picking with my thumb and middle finger on the notes of the chord to get the type Jazz affect I wanted. A good speaker or monitor seperation of 4 feet or more in Stereo brings out this patch.
Date 2/13/10
Downloads 49
Vetta II Head

All Jazzed Up!

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