I love the concept Sag= bloom? And an option to explore the bits, thanks for the Brit Silver fix Cliff, I am now ready to partake 5. And I know I cant blow up my virtual Sag control, soooo.....
Yeah, it's for killing overtones. I've never had to use one on my two Les Pauls, but I do use it right after the nut at the headstock. It's an absolute must on my Fender Telecaster (I can tell a big difference). I use Fret Wraps. I've heard good things about the Jimmy Clip, too.Very huge Jon - what is this black something behind your bridge - is it for damping the strings?
I thought the same thing.. seems to lose definition over the low strings just a touch.Only had an hour with it last night.
Is it just me or does the bass seem more prominent now? I had to up the low cut on the speaker block on a few amps.
I'll try again tonight. Maybe just tired ears...
No @Toopy14, my point is that the maximum has DOUBLED... therefore to keep the SAME sag as previous FWs the figure should HALVE... mine appears to have QUARTERED.If I understand correctly, I believe this is the reason;
Increased maximum amount of virtual power amp sag in Amp block. The maximum amount of sag is now twice what was previously available. Existing presets will automatically be adjusted to compensate for the increased range of the Supply Sag control, i.e. if the Supply Sag was set to 8.00 it will be adjusted down to 4.00 so as to yield the same amount of sag. High values of Supply Sag can be used to make the feel “easier” and/or replicate the behavior of other products that intentionally exaggerate compression."