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help me to get to this sound Helix
FranStereo posted a topic in Share your SettingsHola, soy Fran de Argentina, he comprado mi helix lt hace un tiempo y queria ayuda para lograr conseguir el sonido del siguiente video, sugerencias de amps, delay, etc... Muchas Gracias!!! https://youtu.be/UCxMW4nqhKU
Hello Line6 People ! I'm using PODFarm for several years now and i had the idea to share you my last work with PODFarm 2, Here is the link for my new video about my high gain preset and all my settings: I hope u'll like my work and may it help some PODFarm users, let me know what do you think and feel free to ask me if you want to know anything more. here the download link for the preset: http://www.mediafire.com/download/i60284v8528g62e/Mosh%27Pat_HighGain_2.l6t Bye guys ! Pat
I have a guitar with active pickups (Charvel 475 with Jackson JE1200 pre-amp). The guitar jack (TRS) is wired to the guitar pre-amp like this: Tip: pre-amp output Ring: battery negative terminal Sleeve: pre-amp ground When a normal TS guitar cord is plugged into the guitar, the plug sleeve contacts the ring and sleeve of the jack and completes the circuit. Will my guitar work with the Relay G10 without an adapter? If not, will swapping the ring and sleeve connections on the guitar jack fix the problem?
Def Leppard High 'n' Dry tone?
DaProGamer12 posted a topic in Share your SettingsHey everyone. I'm 12 and have been playing guitar for 5 years. I used Rocksmith to teach me the basics and essentials of electric guitar. I mostly play to Def Leppard and Van Halen songs. I am also great at picking out tones from songs. I use a Line 6 Spider III 75 and a Jackson Dinky JS22 and Epiphone Les Paul Special II. I'm wondering how to get the High 'N' Dry tone? I have a good match already but something just doesn't sound right about it: Amp: Crunch Green Drive: 1 o' clock (With drive boost, hold tap and move drive past middle) Bass: None Mid: Cranked Treble: Cranked Channel Volume: Max Reverb: 10 o' clock Thanks in advance. I appreciate your help! :)