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  1. So, I too was having problems w/the sound of the Strat using HD 2.0. After working on this issue for quite some time w/the HD Editor, I could not get position 2 of the strat to stick (in other words, I could get it to sound decent, but when I unplugged from Workbench, no dice). So, on a hunch, I moved the Neck Pickup on the strat directly over the top of the bridge pickup, set the position and slant the same...also set it to the Strat Bridge pickup. Finally, I unselected the original bridge pickup and enabled the neck pickup (now in the bridge position). Low and behold, it now sticks and sounds like my 2007 Strat Deluxe on position #2. Also, I boosted the middle pickup and lowed the volume of the lower four strings to around 50%...also raised the volume level to 5.0. Hope this helps others!
  2. So, I too was having problems w/the sound of the Strat using HD 2.0. After working on this issue for quite some time w/the HD Editor, I could not get position 2 of the strat to stick (in other words, I could get it to sound decent, but when I unplugged from Workbench, no dice). So, on a hunch, I moved the Neck Pickup on the strat directly over the top of the bridge pickup, set the position and slant the same...also set it to the Strat Bridge pickup. Finally, I unselected the original bridge pickup and enabled the neck pickup (now in the bridge position). Low and behold, it now sticks and sounds like my 2007 Strat Deluxe on position #2. Also, I boosted the middle pickup and lowed the volume of the lower four strings to around 50%...also raised the volume level to 5.0. Hope this helps others!
  3. So, I'm not sure this has been requested before. Please add more controls in the Workbench in order to shape the sound. Example: a 5-10 band graphic eq on each pickup in order to boost/cut frequencies. This and other tone shaping tools would allow us to build the equjivalent of "active' guitars and custom models that don't actually exist. Thanks.
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