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Always back to FAS models


Hi all

I don't know for you, but in my case I very often go back to FAS models amps.

They are all really good, with their own character/tone/textures, and in fact, cover a huge tonal range a "guitarist" (blues, rock, Hard R, metal, jazz ??) would want.
Of course I'm very amateur and a poor level player, comparing to all real guitarists on the forum playing gigs and covers, but man, love these amps models.

I made a 2-amp block preset with FAS Crunchy amps, and I'm good to go from Bluesy to old school metal (ie from BB King to early Accept). Use a large number of factory IRs and some I bought, some from that great guy Leon.
Uploaded Preset on Axe exchange: https://axechange.fractalaudio.com/detail.php?preset=7653

Certainely it has been already discussed, but I found interesting to share again, from the FW 11 (12 SOOOOON) perspective.




spend long time playing the Crunch, Rythm & clean with amp boost. with the right IR they are great for AC/DC like tone.
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