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I aint a reverb person, Timeline and WET

mcdes

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But..............................

put them together into stereo amps......... dear lord i wee'd!!

First time trying it out today, and I tried to turn the stereo WET off, but i couldnt!!!!

What has afflicted me???

Matching the stereo delays like pattern with it, well, just about anything really................ WOW!

BRB, gotta get me new undies......
 

effectsman

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Yeah the right amount of reverb and delay on a guitar through a stereo rig is an "AHAH" experience. I love reverb especially on Strats to fatten up their thin single coil tone.

Try using your timeline and wet in a wet/dry rig if you can. The difference between the dry signal through one amp, and the wet signal through the other is really pleasing to your musical brain. I love it! Try it if you can.
 

mcdes

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I think most of it is the TimeLine! there are delays in there, that when played in stereo, sound so different, and 100 % better! its awesome! the panning is awesome, and the reverb filling it out. killer!
 

your name here

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I think most of it is the TimeLine! there are delays in there, that when played in stereo, sound so different, and 100 % better! its awesome! the panning is awesome, and the reverb filling it out. killer!
Yup. I love using the Timeline in stereo. It runs into a blueSky, but I must admit I'm really curious to try the stereo Wet... I guess I'll just have go buy one to compare. I can't decide if I'd like it over the blueSky, having not heard it in person.
 




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