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I want to get a killer clean sound (Fender 60's clean), light crunch sound (Stones) and heavy overdrive (Green Day/Blink 182).

 

Are you guys using a clean amp and then adding pedals or are you using 3 amps and switching between them (is this even possible with the DSP).

 

Thoughts?

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hey Aaron,

you can run 3 amps on separate paths to spread the DSP usage out. To my understanding, path 1 and 2 have their own dsp so you can route it between them :) I think there is a preset which does this? I could be wrong though.

 

So far, iv relied on amps more than pedals for gain - some of the amps have fantastic drive in them so give them a go! If you crank the master on some of the crunch amps it really gets the amp going :)

 

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You probably won't be able to use 3 amps due to DSP but also it's very tricky to get 3 amps to play nicely together in one patch.  Too hard to figure out switching on and off.  However, using two amps is a breeze and you can easily get what you want.  You can also do what you want with just one amp and stacking pedals in front.  Try Red Squeeze into TS808 into Minotaur into AC-30 or Div by 13.  You can also assign amp Drive to the expression pedal to go from clean to full gain.  Lots of tricks with a little planning to easily get the 3 tones you are looking for...

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