Four Degrees Of Saturation

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  1. Demioblue

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    I just put this together, to show that one pickup can deliver so many kinds of drive tones, with the right pedals. You don't need a high-output pedal to do metal. Just a good metal pedal.

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    What you are hearing are Seymour Duncan Seth Lovers running through an Ibanez TS808HW, a Hardwire Tube Overdrive, Valve Distortion, Metal Distortion and the Chorus.

    On all pedals, the gain was only at half. The chorus settings were done to emulate a "Leslie".

    Guitar -> TS808HW -> HWCM2 -> HWSC2 - > HWTL2 -> HWCR7 -> PODXTLive -> PC

    TS808HW
    OD: ZERO
    Tone: 3' o clock
    Level: 12 oclock

    CM2
    Level: 9 oclock
    Low: 1 oclock
    High: 3 oclock (plus some)
    Drive: 12 oclock

    SC2
    Level: 9 oclock
    Low: 3 oclock (plus some)
    High: 3 oclock
    Drive: 12 oclock

    TL2
    Level: 9 oclock
    Low: 2 oclock
    High: 4 oclock
    Mid: 2 oclock
    Mid Freq: a little less than 12 oclock
    Drive: 12 oclock

    CR7
    Mode = Boutique
    Level = 11 O'clock
    Speed = 3 (plus a little) O'clock
    Depth = 3 Oclock

    The bright picking tones were the courtesy of a 4.10mm V Pick.
    :rockin
     
  2. Thor

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    Great playing.

    Got a little dizzy from the hard panning back and forth in the first half of the clip.
     
  3. Demioblue

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    Hahaha... Sorry about that. Thanks for listening...
     

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