Andromeda SAMPLE SETTINGS
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01B – Analog
Andromeda’s analog delay setting is modeled off of our Vapor Trail bucket brigade delay for warm, rich repeats that gently decay into gorgeous lo-fi analog bliss.
02A – Mod Digital
Andromeda’s pristine digital delay is paired with lush chorus for added depth and sparkle.
02B – Mod Analog
Subtle modulation and saturation combined with a slight roll off of the tone control creates a very vintage analog delay sound.
02C – Reverse
A swirling, dreamy reverse delay that’s perfect for psychedelic guitar solos, ambient soundscapes, or shoegaze strumming.
02D – Tape Delay
Using Andromeda’s digital delay engine, combined with the Saturation, Tone, and Modulation controls you can emulate vintage tape delays.
Killing Floor Gain Boost SAMPLE SETTINGS
Take a classic rock rhythm tone and push it into 80s metal territory. If you’re using humbuckers, try adding the high boost for extra clarity.
Forza Overdrive SAMPLE SETTINGS
Tight Metal Boost
Use this setting in front of a high-gain amp to tighten up the bottom end and add thickness and compression to the mids while keeping pick articulation clear.
Use this setting on top of your overdriven or distorted rhythm sound to add punch and sustain, or to turn a great rhythm sound into a great lead sound.
Palladium Gain Stage SAMPLE SETTINGS
Catalina Dynamic Chorus SAMPLE SETTINGS
The controls set at noon is a perfect starting point, adding just the right amount of depth and dimension to your sound without becoming overpowering.
A unique, organic and liquid sound with over the top 'sea-sick' pitch bending warbles.
Deep 80's Goth
Lush, deep modulation with sparkly top-end - best when played with plenty of eyeliner
Simulates a second guitar track for a thicker, fuller sound - perfect for making solos sounds huge.
Evokes the vibe and mojo of a rotating speaker cabinet
Classic 'watery' chorus that evokes the distinct 90's Seattle sound.
805 Overdrive SAMPLE SETTINGS
Valve Howler (Thank you, Mr. Thesaurus)
Push your amp’s front-end into overdrive, with some additional rich, tasty grit from the pedal. The personality of the tone will depend upon your specific amp and... Read More
Keith Merrow recommends:
“I have the following setting, which I use for a tight modern metal sound in front of a high gain amp.”
Vapor Trail Analog Delay SAMPLE SETTINGS
Run to the Edge
Need we say more. Start picking some eighth notes and hear the magic!
Classic long delay with light modulation gives an atomsphereic vibrato effect.
Sparkle & Shine
Light, airy delay with a lush and ambient trail off.
Long and Liquid
Heavier amount of classic delay that hangs in the air long enough to play off of.
Classic delay and modulation warmth, reminiscent of classic tape delay sounds.
Rich, modulation delay that delivers the classic rotating speaker vibe.
Studio Bass Compressor SAMPLE SETTINGS
Add just a little compression to your overall tone to even things out.
Add a little sparkle and punch to your top end without sacrificing any of your low end tone!
Give your sound that fat bottom end you need to have for Reggae, Funk and World music.
Round and Fat
Great for ballads, Motown, and anytime you want a vintage tone with a nice even amount of top, mid, and bottom.
Add an aggressive midrange punch to your overall tone while maintaining a fat bottom end.
Shape Shifter Stereo Tremolo SAMPLE SETTINGS
Classic American Trem
To achieve the lush, vibrant tremolo found on classic American amplifiers, try starting with these settings.
Classic British Trem
British tube amps put their own spin on tremolo and the results have fueled many timeless hit songs. Here’s where you can get a touch of that UK Magic.
These settings give a cool, warbling quality to single-note lines reminiscent of organs and vibraphones.
This is a more radical version of tremolo that produces an on/off stutter to really drive your sound into madness.
Pickup Booster Hi-Def Boost & Line Driver SAMPLE SETTINGS
This setting, with the Resonance Switch on “0” and the Gain control all the way up, gives maximum saturation and sustain to a humbucker.
Vise Grip Compressor SAMPLE SETTINGS
Dirty Deed Distortion SAMPLE SETTINGS
Fat Rhythm / Lead Tone
This is a great all-around sound for power chords, arpeggiated rhythm lines and leads alike. Big, fat, and saturated.
This tone scoops out more of the mids while bumping the lows and highs for a mean, aggressive sound that’s razor sharp.
Big Saturated Solo Sustain
This lead tone will sing and cry all day long. The saturation will make it easy to play legato lines but the clarity will let fast picked passages jump right out... Read More