Gilmourized

Discussion in 'ToneLib-GFX presets' started by BookOfTaliesin, Jun 4, 2019.

  1. BookOfTaliesin

    BookOfTaliesin New Member

    Gilmourized

    GFX version: 3.0

    Preset name: Gilmourized
    Optimized for: Phones/Speaker

    Effects chain:
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    Patch comments:
    Standard sound clean and, if needed, some Fuzz and Phaze =)


    Effect: "Noise Reducer" (Dynamics / Filter), active - "no"
    "Sens" = 50
    "Mode" = Hard

    Effect: "Fuzz Smile" (Overdrive / Distortion), active - "no"
    "Drive" = 8
    "Tone" = 40
    "Level" = 72

    Effect: "Fd Twin" (Amp simulators), active - "yes"
    "Gain" = 10
    "Bass" = 46
    "Middle" = 85
    "Treble" = 18
    "Presence" = 10
    "Master" = 100
    "Output" = 50
    "Level (dB)" = 20

    Effect: "Guitar IRs Cab" (Cabinets), active - "yes"
    "Model" = Fender Deluxe Rev (1x12")
    "Mic Position" = Middle
    "Mic Distance" = Near
    "Low Cut (Hz)" = 60
    "Hi Cut (kHz)" = 20.0
    "Mix" = 100
    "Level (dB)" = 0

    Effect: "Spring Rvb" (Reverb), active - "yes"
    "Time" = 2.2
    "PreDelay" = 0
    "LoDamp" = 44
    "HiDamp" = 32
    "Mix" = 26

    Effect: "Plate Rvb" (Reverb), active - "yes"
    "Time" = 6.0
    "PreDelay" = 0
    "LoDamp" = 37
    "HiDamp" = 35
    "Mix" = 54

    Effect: "TapeEcho" (Delay), active - "yes"
    "Time" = 458
    "Feedback" = 60
    "Tone" = 39
    "LoDamp" = 32
    "Mix" = 43

    Effect: "Phaser" (Modulation / Sfx), active - "no"
    "Model" = MXR Phase 100
    "Speed" = 6.3
    "Depth" = 78
    "Reso" = 37
    "Freq" = 8.0



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

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  2. Ben_Martin

    Ben_Martin New Member

    Very good effort to get a "David Guilmour" soud. It misses more "sustain" but it is a very good chain.
     
  3. BookOfTaliesin

    BookOfTaliesin New Member

    Hi Ben, try the Compressor between the Noise Reducer and the Fuzz. If that doesn´t work, try another OD Pedal. Otherwise you have to change the Amp, but Gilmour plays always clean Amps, so I wouldn´t do this =)
     
  4. Ben_Martin

    Ben_Martin New Member

    Hi,
    Yes. Based on your idea, I modified it a little (in attach) but I confess that I already lost my "perspective" and cannot differentiate if it is more accurate than your approach, anymore.
    :)
     

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