How close to a DMM has anyone got with the Flashback?

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  1. telewacker

    telewacker Member

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    Toneprint? Toneprint editor?
     
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    The default toneprint that comes with the Flashback - also downloadable at their page - and the Pete Thorn one are the ones that come closest (Pete Thorn's has the specific vibrato setting that I am also using in my big box). There is also one exclusive DMM toneprint in the Alter Ego, but I can't tell you if it's decent or not since I haven't tried it. As for the previous two, they get the flavour to a good degree but they don't go further than that - the warmth (while still preserving clarity), harmonic richness, 3D spaciousness and very "alive" personality of the original is missing. But that's the case with most digital sims anyway...
     
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    The alter ego preset sounds great. Natural.. useable. But it doesn't quite get there for the DMM.
     
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    I prefer the chorus for modulation, so the Pete Thorn toneprint didn't work for me.
     
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    Dumb question. I'm using the Toneprint app on my HTC phone...where can I find the Alter Ego preset?
     
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    Ah, different pedal I see. Never mind.
     

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