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Traditional Strat Tone

Traditional Strat Tone

Description: The traditional Strat tone – treble heavy with strong highs and light low – mids. Think 60/70′s rock. Channel Used: Overdrive without fx Gain 2: 6 Bass: 5 Contour: 7 Treble: 8 Volume: 8 Reverb Level: 2 Volume: Optional, < 7 preferred to avoid noise Notes: Bridge or bridge/mid pickup best

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Grunge Tone

Grunge Tone

Description: Deep low and mid region, plenty of distortion and no treble in sight. Channel Used: Overdrive without fx Gain 2: 7 Bass: 9 Contour: 9 Treble: 3 Volume: 7 Reverb Level: 6 Volume: Optional – Low though, or else you’re going to give your ears a hard time!

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Distorted Rhythm Tone

Distorted Rhythm Tone

Description: Makes chords a little more interesting, with light distortion added to a well-rounded tone. Channel Used: Overdrive without fx Gain 2: 3 Bass: 7 Contour: 8 Treble: 6 Volume: 4 Reverb Level: 7 Volume: Optional Notes: Neck pickup gives a bassy tinge, bridge gives a more tinny edge, whatever is suitable.

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Blues Tone

Blues Tone

Description: Thick, driven bluesy tone Channel Used: Overdrive without fx Gain 2: 3 Bass: 7 Contour: 9 Treble: 7 Volume: 4 Reverb Level: 10 Volume: Optional, < 7 preferred Notes: Best used with neck pickups for stronger mid and bass.

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Lead Clean Tone

Lead Clean Tone

Clean, well rounded with a little punch at the top end – suited to playing clean leads or arpeggio’s over a backing.

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70′s Rock Tone

70′s Rock Tone

Description: Driven, 70′s rock tone Channel Used: Overdrive without fx Gain 2: 8 Bass: 4 Contour: 8 Treble: 10 Volume: 9 Reverb Level: 4 Volume: Optional, < 5 preferred (For the sake of the neighbors!) Notes: Bridge or mid pickups best, humbuckers even better.

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