Forty Six & 2

Discussion in 'Zoom B1/B1X Four' started by StingRayBassGuy, Nov 22, 2020.

  1. StingRayBassGuy

    StingRayBassGuy New Member

    Forty Six & 2

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    Device: Zoom B1X Four
    Firmware: 2.00

    Name on device: 46 & 2
    Optimized for: Guitar Amp

    Effects chain:
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    Patch comments:
    Attempt at replicating Justin Chancellor's tone for Forty Six & 2.


    Effect: "ZNR" (Dynamics), active - "yes"
    "Detect" = EFXIN
    "Depth" = 100
    "Threshold" = 20
    "Decay" = 2

    Effect: "Defret" (Sfx), active - "yes"
    "Sense" = 30
    "Color" = 6
    "Tone" = 48
    "Volume" = 99

    Effect: "SuperCho" (Modulation), active - "yes"
    "Depth" = 47
    "Rate" = 56
    "Tone" = 100
    "Mix" = 42

    Effect: "TE400SMX" (Amp simulator), active - "yes"
    "Style" = FINGER
    "Bass" = 0.0
    "Middle" = 1.0
    "Treble" = 0.5
    "Gain" = 56
    "Shape" = 2
    "Volume" = 32

    Effect: "ModDelay" (Delay), active - "yes"
    "Time" = 2
    "F.B." = 23
    "Mix" = 23
    "Tail" = On

    Patch Volume: 100
    DSP Load: 47%


    Note: This is a patch file, you will need to download and install the ToneLib-Zoom software to use the patch.
     

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  2. StingRayBassGuy

    StingRayBassGuy New Member

    hi all. I've been looking to try to get as close to Justin's tone. I took a look at his bass tech's video, as well as a few other preset settings and put this together.

    Also, a few people (including myself) requested a patch for his tone and a different thread. This is my first patch attempt for sharing, so please let me know your thoughts and if you have any issues. Thanks!
     
  3. ViqBoi

    ViqBoi New Member

    Hello, I just got my B1X four today and It seems that I cant import patches into the guitar lab app, like for example, Ive downloaded this patch and when Im dropping it into the patch pool section nothing happens, any advice
     
  4. Hans van't Hag

    Hans van't Hag New Member

    Shouldnt you use the Tonelib-zoom tool rather than the guitarlab tool?