TonePort UX2 solo vid: Floyd tune

Discussion in 'Digital & Modeling Gear' started by jhall, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. jhall

    jhall Member

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    Don't know if I posted this here before. If I did Sorry but I wanted to show this here as it's a digital themed forum:
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    Hope it sounds good to you
     
  2. jhall

    jhall Member

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    Shameless bump
     
  3. Marshalls Law

    Marshalls Law Member

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    Hey there,

    Great playing. I have the UX1 with the Gearbox software and I have the subscription to the backing tracks. I love it.

    I will say that when I got the GTR3 software...it was much better than the Line 6 but that might just be the user interface winning me over too.

    Anyway, nice playing and I love the use of the whammy dives in the solo.

    It would be cool to hear just you and a backing track and not Gilmore behind you...but nonetheless...nice stuff!
    :beer
     
  4. tone4days

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    very cool - nice chops and tone - thanks for sharing it

    i have a ux2 as well with pod farm / gearbox, but i have trouble getting pleasing tone out of it ... not sure if it is my monitors or what, but i end up with a bit too much fizziness on gain settings

    i probably need to just mess with it and record a buncha clips with subtle variations and take meticulous notes to see what works best
     

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