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El Chiguete

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clean patch Tube Dist with OD2 at 0
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So yesterday I had a very unexpected but GREAT result! I was looking for a clean tone and started with the Clean Tube voicing but that didn't give me what I was going for... maybe it is because the Clean Tube voicing is more of an ¨american¨ tone (Fender). So then I put my main Tube Dist patch and started loweing the OD1 and OD2 to see what I get out of it. First I lowered the OD2 then lowered a little OD1 (from 4.0 to 2.0) but it was still not enought, then I started from 0 OD1 and I knew there wouldnt be no sound and with a real low setting it was clean but the tone was too thin maybe, SO NOW FOR THE INTERESTING PART, I lowered the OD2 setting to 0 and to my amazement there was still sound coming out!!!  :amaze: :amaze: :amaze:

So in the end using this patch I really got a great ¨british¨ clean tone (Marshall)  :metal::

OD1: 2.0
OD2: 0.0
Mas: to the level you want
Bas: 2
Mid: -8
Tre: -2
Pre: -2

Guys try it out and tell me what do you guys think?
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Gonna try that!
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Re: clean patch Tube Dist with OD2 at 0
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Go El... I'm going less gain these days myself, will try it on MikeBs MP1 if I can
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Re: clean patch Tube Dist with OD2 at 0
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Wow -zero  on  OD2  , it works !

Thanks I NEVER would have thought of this .

Very creative ! my pickups are medium  output Carvin AP 11s  on a Bolt , but  far down from strings (  Stratlike )  and I can go to about

2.4  on OD 1   and very very similar to  "Hey  Joe " .  I  wonder if  Jimi  actually used a Fender on that tune.

I see what  you mean by  Marshall Clean - it's Clean  but has that  slighly brittle feel to it.

Very cool.

I bet some cool cleans are available this way with a Zero  on one side  or another  in Tube Clean ? !

I  am surprised that sound comes out  this way-  interesting   gain staging.

IF ADA  had continued with Todd Langner  they would have come up with more amazing stuff  IMO.
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Re: clean patch Tube Dist with OD2 at 0
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Yesterday I was playing around with this on the neck pickup but depending the pickup you might want to play around with the Bass settings, I finish playing with the Bass at -9 and I was blown away by how clean it sounded!!! I have on that guitar some SD Hot Rails and before it was just too much bass in the tone but now it's just perfect!

I'm really surprised on how for 5 years I didn't think much of actually understanding how the settings work on the MP-1 and experimenting around them and just the last year I really feal that I'm getting the best tones I've ever had with patch settings TOTALLY different then what I had before! I'm now more happy than ever with my sound :)
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