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Offline Elantric

Boss GT-100 Videos
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Re: Boss GT-100 Videos
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Re: Boss GT-100 Videos
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2015, 01:33:01 AM »

http://www.bosstonecentral.com


These eight patches from guitarist Freddie Cowan of The Vaccines are inspired from their album tracks and his live rig, carefully recreated on the BOSS GT-100 for you to download.

BOSS TONE CENTRAL is a library service offering the latest sound patches (Live Sets) for BOSS guitar processors and multi-effects. By simply launching the dedicated BOSS TONE STUDIO application and connecting to the internet, you can download any of the free sound patches from our growing collection.

Offline Elantric

Re: Boss GT-100 Videos
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Re: Boss GT-100 Videos
« Reply #6 on: August 25, 2016, 04:14:28 PM »
http://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?threads/gt-100-custom-plexi-demo.1739155/

DigitalPOV wrote>

The sound was mangled in a few places; first by the free screen capture software, and then by You Tube. Sounds like it has a blanket over it, but gives the general idea. Later in the video I cycle through some more "up front" and aggressive settings and they actually sound better in the final video.



The guitar used was an s540 with Dimarzio evolutions. Not the right pickups for this song but the closest I have to an SG. :)

I only used one plugin: NI Solid Bus Compressor (on Mix Glue setting) on the master bus. This helps average out the levels while I tweak the settings. The backing track is just drums and bass with some reverb built in.

IMO, tone compares very favorably against the Amplifire and AXE FX plexi models from this video:




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on the GT-100 - Basically, its the Warm OD with boosted bass and treble to mellow out the Evolutions. I get about half of the drive from the boost, and half from the amp. The Custom Marshall model uses the 8x12 cabinet setting, SM57 on axis and all the EQ is done around that. For lower gain settings its nice to have the larger bottom of the 8x12.

The custom character is dropped -40, and the custom edge is boosted +20. This opens up the sound. This is generally a good idea for any rythym patch, imo.

I keep moving the mic farther from the center of the cone, and using the EQ blocks "high" to keep the tone balanced. Its less focused this way and smooths things out, but if I had vintage pickups I might not have to do this.

The EQ high/low controls are used like resonance/presence to sit the sound in the mix or bring it up front.

To make sure I have the presence right, I listen at low volume and listen and high volume and everywhere in between. I know I have the presence right when the tendency is to want to raise the volume! If the presence is too high, the tendency is to want to lower the volume.

Thats it basically. I'm not sure posting the patch would help anyone because everyone's guitar and ears are different.
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Re: Boss GT-100 Videos
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