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TONE NAME: Fender Benadrian

  • Created with: Helix
  • Author:
  • Band:
    Pearl Jam, basically.
  • Guitarist:
    Mike McCready - Stone Gossard
  • Style:
    Almost anything rock-based-ish
  • Date: 4/21/19
  • Downloads: 1652
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  • Comments:
    v2 - This is the Litigator, named after Line 6's own - the creator of the sound. This is my catch-all rock patch, but I made it with Mike McCready and Stone Gossard generally in mind. I can play almost anything with this. My Helix is setup as Stomp/Snap, BUT, I made this with the idea that I'd pick a Snap that matches the general level of dirt I need for a song/show and then go into 10-stomp mode and use this as a pedalboard. The IR is the free Line 6/Allure US Deluxe. Note the Ram Fuzz (BP) - BP means bypass. I use the Ram as a smooth fuzz for chording (though the Xotic Boost makes it more Muff-y if you want to go psycho with it) - but the FS does not control the Ram. That's always on. Instead, it controls the A/B switch so I can jump onto the Ram for a solo whenever I want, and then hit the FS a second time and go back to rhythm. The VCR is an attempt to get into the area of the JHS Pedals model that they made for Ryan Adams. It's swirly and 80's. Obviously, feel free to change this around for your needs. I made this on an 86 Schecter PT with splittable Superrock pickups into a Tech 21 Power Engine. I like this a lot. Feedback appreciated.

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