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TONE NAME: DR Z RT66

  • Created with: Helix LT
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  • Date: 1/4/21
  • Downloads: 422
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  • Comments:
    Dr Z "Interstate" based patch that is relatively CLEAN but gain is brought in with three levels of overdrive, one is an Amp Gain increase (at unity volume) controlled by FS7; then two levels of low-gain (Minotaur) and mid-gain (Compulsive Drive set fairly low) overdrive on FS8 and FS9 respectively. A 3dB clean boost (output block level increase) is controlled by FS10. Also, a POST Amp Volume Pedal is assigned to Exp 2. This volume pedal is both a level increase and it also changes the Amp EQ and the Delay Pedal for a solo boost that doesn't get too raspy or treble-ish. It is set with limits from 70% (heel down) to 100% (toe down), so it is not ideal for swells, but works fantastic as a lead boost that can be controlled at varying levels of volume increase. Reverb and Delay are always on (but Delay time changes w Exp2) and there is a Tremolo, a Chorus, and a Flanger assigned to FS 2-4. The Cab Blocks are IR's - I'm currently using an Ownhammer dual cab set up, but you can insert any of Helix's stock cabs here and set to taste. This patch was set up using a QSC K10 as the FRFR, and using a HSS S-Type guitar (Tuttle Custom) with vintage-style pickups. With this set up it is VERY amp-like and sits very nicely in a band mix.

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