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 Post subject: Settings for Blues Deluxe
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:19 pm 
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What are some of your favorite settings for the blues deluxe. I dont know how i would describe this setting but its a pretty good setting that came with my amp b/c it was used.

presence-8
reverb-3
middle-6/7 bass-8
treble-8
drive- 6/7

the guy just marked on the amp at i guess his favorite settings. sounds pretty nice if i dont say so myself.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:38 pm 
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What guitar are you plugging into it?


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2007 11:38 am 
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with my Blues Deluxe i use my Standard Tele.


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Try this setting:

Presence 5
Reverb 4
Bass 5
Middle 7
Treble 6
Gain 5


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 Post subject: Blues Deluxe settings
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:23 pm 
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I used to run this setting with a USA Std Strat and USA Std Tele

Presence = 7
Reverb = 2
Bass = 7
Middle = 7
Treble = 8
Gain = 7
master = 3-4

Used to sound great to me!

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 Post subject: THE BEST
PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 10:30 am 
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This is one of the most versatile set up's I've ever come across the best part is you don't need 15 pedals and you do't have to adjust your guitar tone knob.
Blues Deluxe, Tube Screamer, EQ pedal.

Versatility
Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue:
V : how ever loud you want it
D : 12 Classic Rock
9 Led Zepplin
6 Light Rock
3 Soul & Blues
T : 6
B : 12
M : 12 (so you push those tubes)
M : how ever loud you want it
R : 4
P : 7

TS9:
o'clock
Drive - 3
Tone - 9
Level - 12

EQ :
shape it in the V configuration,
but play with this to make you
metal sound the way you like it.

Combinations:
Clean : Channel 1
Jazz : Channel 1 with EQ

Rock 1: Channel 1 with TS
Rock 2: Channel 1 with TS and EQ
Rock 3: Channel 2
Rock 4: Channel 2 with TS

Metal 1: Channel 2 with TS and EQ

I play a humbucker, Tokai Les Paul
But I've also play this set up with my Strat
and prefer the Strat for the cleaner jazz stuff.
I haven't had the privilege to try out a Tele
with it yet, but I'm sure it would be amazing.

Try it out you will love it
I also use this setting with my Strat on Clean for a Blues, Soul feel
Drive - 9
Treble - 12 o clock ish
Bass - 9
Middle - 3.5/4 (depending on your ears)
Reverb - 4
Presence - 9
It's very dynamic.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:00 am 
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I play only at home. I typically use only the clean channel on my BDRI with a Monte Allums H2O Plus modified Blues Driver. Guitar is a MIM Standard Strat with SCN pups.

Input - 2
Volume - 6
Treble - 6
Bass - 3
Middle - 4
Reverb - 3
Presence - 4

I like clean/lean bass. Besides, if I up the bass any higher than 4, all of my wife's pottery in my studio does a little dance on their shelves. :lol:

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