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Elantric

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Flash Jazz 335
« on: February 25, 2008, 01:30:46 PM »

Gibson 335 through a Jazz Combo

Brent Flash wrote:
All Flash patches have the GK-3 volume disabled and is a tone and most have the switches changing the pickups. Keep the GK-3 volume knob (now tone) about half way to start out and adjust from there. Also these patches are not intended to be used with the regular pickups. If you use a mix of GK and regular pickups on any alternate tuning patches they will sound pretty bad. I programed these with the FC-300 but have put some features on the VG-99's control buttons. There is also a tap tempo that controls the delay in some cases on Control 2 on the VG. If you are using the FC-300 with your VG-99 and are using extra switches and CV pedals you will find that there are solo, effects levels, etc. assigned to the external controls. You can look in the editor to see what is what or just experiment to see what happens. If you have any question please feel free to post them. I hope everyone will find these useful.

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Re: Flash Jazz 335
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2008, 01:24:07 PM »

This is a new jazzy patch that I created after Moonie made me a template for the EQ control of the patch live on stage (F1 - F6 knobs). Basically it is somehwat light sounding jazzy patch and as the name implies the L4 and ES335 are mixed with your native PUs (LP in my case) through relatively clean jazzy combo amps.  Davor
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