Tone Details

Tone Name SRV SNAPS
Created with POD Go
Author lukesalas
Guitarist
Stevie Ray Vaughn
Song
Band
Amp
Guitar
Strat (Texas Special pickups)
Tuning
Style
Rock/Blues
Comments
Here is a SRV patch I made with my Mexican Strat loaded with Texas Special pickups. It is set up to be used with a DI in snapshot mode. Snap 1 being cleanest, Snap 2 for a crunch rhythm tone, Snap 3 for a SEARING TEXAS lead sound and Snap 4 with a fuzz pedal in front just for fun. It also has a pitch shifter in pedal board mode to take your guitar down a half step if you're lazy like me and don't want to tone your guitar down haha. This patch was DESIGNED to go DI straight to monitors, or a powered speaker, so that's where it will really shine. Results may very with going into a guitar amp. Saludos from South Texas.
Date 3/22/23
Downloads 322
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SRV SNAPS





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