Tone Details

Tone Name Soldclean SCsnap
Created with POD Go
Author voxman55
Guitarist
Voxman
Song
Non-specific, Demo here: https://soundcloud.com/richard-birch-1/pod-go-soldcleanscsnap
Band
Non-specific
Amp
Guitar
1997 Patrick Eggle Berlin Pro (hardtail)
Tuning
Standard
Style
70's & 80's classic rock
Comments
UPDATE as at 15/8/2020 - I've now prepped a demo of this patch here: [ https://soundcloud.com/richard-birch-1/pod-go-soldcleanscsnap ] I took Chris Elphick's basic idea of using the Soldano for clean as it wasn't an amp model I'd used before, and made my own version of a versatile gig patch that gave me clean with reverb, using Chamber reverb - very similar to Spring, but way less DSP drain (Snap 1), adding some Adriatic delay (snap 2), For snap 3 a very light 'break-up' crunch (adding Compulsive drive to Snap 2), and for snap 4 I pushed the Compulsive drive in Snap 3. In addition, there's a 70's chorus that can be added via stomp and works I think quite nicely with each snap. I also reactivated the volume pedal that seemed oddly switched off in Chris' original patch (set to logarithmic) but left it pre-amp so that there's some easing of gain and volume when you slightly heel back, and it's also great for swells. I created the patch using my Patrick Eggle Berlin Pro and it was created more in mind for the single coil options (particularly position 2 Strat type tone for snaps 1 and 2, great for gentler arpeggios esp with the chorus, and neck pup for snap 3 and 4 but bridge works too. But by switching to humbucker eg on Snap 4 it's like adding a further gain boost albeit the tone is a little darker obviously. So other than the Soldano & EQ I pretty much changed everything but I'm grateful to Chris for the idea of using the Soldano Clean model. Hope you like it, and have fun.
Date 8/9/20
Downloads 1144
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Soldclean SCsnap





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