Tone Details

Tone Name Timmons Drive
Created with POD HD500
Author radatats
Andy Timmons
Dual amp patch using Treadplate and Solo-100 Crunch for FRFR and JTV
Amp Treadplate / 458849
This patch uses the Red comp, color drive and 2 analog delays. The Red comp and Treadplate drive are linked to Exp 1 to increase drive and saturation while the color drive is on FS2 for that bit of dirt he gets too. The delays are both on FS3. The Analog Delay w/mod is set to 300ms and the analog echo is set to 500ms just as Andy uses them. This is a dream rig patch so if you are using a JTV with VDI it will select Tele 1 for you. Clean is exp 1 heel down, guitar vol backed off a bit; drive is vol up, exp toe down and hit FS2 for a bit more. If you need more bass, adjust the CAB DEP, I have Low Cut set to 150.
Date 7/26/14
Downloads 3106

Timmons Drive

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