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High Gain Crunch

Probably attainable with any humbucker equipped guitar but I definitely can’t get it with my Strat. My guitar is D-tuned and this probably has a lot to do with the sound.

This sound uses the lead channel of the 8080 with parameters set as follows:

Gain: Max
Bass: Max
Middle: Just below 12 o’clock
Treble: About 1 o’clock (maybe 2 o’clock if your strings are a little worn)
Contour: In between 1 and 2 o’clock
Volume: Just over 2 o’clock

Use the Master to control output.

Oh yeah, there’s a push button on the lead channel to select OD1 or OD2. I can’t remember which is which but use the heavier one, it’s easy to tell the difference.

I run a Cry Baby between the guitar and the amp and a Zoom 1010 in the loop with the effects mix at about half dry, although I only really use it for clean sounds…speaking of which I can’t get any.

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