Attenuators

The name says it all! Discuss Steve's studios, your studios and gear set-ups, amps and effects here. This is not for discussing guitars (Steve's or otherwise).
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Bryceybhoy
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That's what I found. If you turn the drive past 6-7, it gets flubby.

When I plug in the DS-1, I'll give you another update.....
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Bryceybhoy
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Just plugged in the DS-1......and have to say I'm back in the game!

It sounds awesome. I cannot believe how such a slight tweak of the knobs on the legacy makes such a massive difference. You really need to be selective about your preferences. The presence knob is sooo touchy, but sounds amazing in different settings.

I'm able to get a really thick Vai-like tone...and with a few tweaks....a Waiting For The Punchline Nuno tone. Awesome. Totally loving it.

I am, officially, a very happy Scotsman.

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paulh123
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hey,glad you like it :D

you are right the legacy is very sensitive to subtle changes,

different valves and speakers also can make a difference(btw using 97db ie greenback speakers makes a difference to the loudness of the amp)
johnbowman
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Not an attenuator . . . But useful to record or listen to yourself via headphones . . . and it's the sound of your amp . . . nothing more

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JLR :guitar
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