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[PLAY] Helix enciclopedia #1 US Princess (Fender® Princeton Reverb) - Free Helix patch - No speech! MM Luke Welcome to the first video of the "Helix enyclopedia" playlist. After updating the firmware to the new 3.1 i decided to run a test on EVERY AMP modeled in the Helix. Today we have one of my favorite amps, the US Princess, modeled on a Fender® Princeton Reverb. The amplifier interacts well with the pedals, i chose the ones I liked the most. The guitar is a Music Man Luke III 2014 PDN "Neptune blue" The patch can be downloaded at this link: https://line6.com/customtone/tone/5428078/ - Benvenuti al primo video della playlist "Helix enyclopedia". Dopo aver aggiornato il firmware al nuovo 3.1 ho deciso dieseguirò un test su OGNI AMP modellato nell'Helix. Oggi abbiamo uno dei miei amplificatori preferiti, lo US Princess, modellato on a Fender® Princeton Reverb. L'amplificatore interagisce bene con i pedali, ne ho scelti alcuni tra quelli che mi sono piaciuti di più. Ho utilizzato la mia Music Man Luke III 2014 PDN "Neptune blue" La patch è scaricabile a questo link: https://line6.com/customtone/tone/5428078/ https://youtu.be/bnp0uTKALOk
I've been fooling around with the pitch shifting options a lot, and thought y'all might enjoy this preset. If you're not familiar with Nashville tuning, it has the same 1st and 2nd strings as a regular guitar, but uses the octave-higher strings from a 12-string set for the 3rd - 6th strings. This creates a bright, present sound that's been used on a number of hit songs in both rock and country . A Nashville tuning part is usually layered with a standard rhythm guitar part, so this preset mixes the dry guitar and the "faux" Nashville tuning sound. It's not totally authentic, because the 1st and 2nd strings are an octave higher too. Then again, if it was possible to do that with a regular guitar, maybe that's what Nashville tuning would be using. This preset is designed for the bridge pickup, and strummed chord parts. I hope you enjoy it! NashvilleTuning.hlx
Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bfibnuenvsp7bwo/ML Sound Lab FREE Recto.zip?dl=0 Try it with this better free IR as well: http://bit.ly/MLSoundLab So I've been tweaking modelers for a long time and the way I build presets is pretty unique. I have a bunch of real tube amps around and there's nothing quite like the satisfaction of capturing that sound and recreating it perfectly with a modeler. Anyways have fun with the free sample of an ML Sound Lab Amp Pack and if you want to hear more about it please visit: http://www.ml-sound-lab.com