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FlyingSquirrel last won the day on May 27 2017

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  1. Does anyone want to share a screenshot of just their EVH Unchained settings for the Grey Flanger? Didn’t want to download a whole preset with all of the other components just for the one effect/setting.
  2. This is so helpful, thanks so much!
  3. I'm considering upgrading from my HD500X, and considering the multiple input/output options, one of my considerations is to eliminate my Morley ABC pedal that I use to select between Wireless A, Wireless B, and Cable. Is it reasonable to consider that I could route the output of Wireless A to Return 1, the output of Wireless B to Return 2, and have those footswitch assignable so that they precede the guitar input when on, and when each footswitch is off, that the guitar input takes precedence? If so, then I could mount my G30 wireless receivers more discretely under the pedal board with the Freidman power supply, and have an overall smaller pedalboard footprint.
  4. Not seeing any mention on the site.
  5. I would just say that "less is more" when it comes to gain. On its own, I sometimes think that I don't have enough gain in my guitar tone using the Uberschaal model, but when I record & hear it back, it's plenty fine, and dynamic. My recordings are in the 2 guitarist perspective, ala Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, etc... and my recordings always remind me that I am serving the recording best with the sweet spot of gain. Yesterday, I was playing on my church worship team, and I ran across the same scenario playing along side an acoustic, J-Bass, Keys, and a drummer with 3 vocalists. During sound check, again, I'm thinking, "do I have enough gain?", but then when the rest of the band fired up, I quickly put those concerns to rest as my tone fit the entire band mix appropriately. Because I spend a great deal of time creating my presets in a recording environment in a band mix context, FOH barely does anything to my signal other than a slight rolloff of some low end, according to their room, and a unity gain signal. That's it, no gate, no comp, just good gain staging with minimal subtractive eq.
  6. I had similar questions a while back. Here's what I found.
  7. I recently added Amp B in conjunction to Amp A for my lead function, that way I can have my lead tone as a function of FS4 within my crunch preset, with just a touch more gain & mids on Amp B and to me it sounds more consistent to Amp A when A/B'd. The settings for Amp B are pretty much the same, with the sag dialed back a touch & more mids/gain.
  8. Now, if you could adjust the taper of the pedal's movement between these two extremes, it would be quite useful. That middle position could yield some useful blended tones if the level remained at a useful level. Something akin to EMG's ABC control:
  9. Just with regards to end users who aren't using the 81, which is EMG's highest output humbucker. IE, I use a 57/66 combo, so once I would download your preset, I'd have to make a slight compensation in drive. Is this available on Custom Tone?
  10. Not bad, what pickups are those? May help with addressing differences in output. Have you uploaded this to Custom Tone?
  11. I prefer his Diary tone over Blizzard. Blizzard seemed far too harmonic & compressed. Diary was more organic and dynamic.
  12. I only have it on my iMac studio computer, and cannot install it on my Macbook Pro for the very same reason, but my Macbook is full on the startup disc anyway. I'd be curious if any mods have any suggestions.
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