dude. make all our fantasies come true and just post some youtube videos!! haha.I have to go to the studio today and I just want to stay home and play. I played for a couple hours last night testing all the amp models and it was really fun. I was actually laughing at times when A/B'ing with the real amps because I kept guessing wrong. Some of the models sound better than the real amps, IMO.
The bass in Fender amps is big and bold, and starts to clip at higher Volume settings. It's not a high Bass setting that causes it, it's the loudness of the input signal and the Volume setting.I didn't post because they are untouched factory presets:
Factory Preset Bassguy
Factory preset Deluxe Tweed
Factory preset 5FB tweed to name 3.
Tried both.Same results.
The Deluxe Tweed was just installed from the zip file link you just sent me.
The PRESET 1 CLEAN is my preset for super crisp clean sound. No change and it is now way too much bass.
I discovered that pretty much any preset that has an amp master volume that defaults to 10 has too much bass and is very loose sounding, border line blown speaker. So I was wondering if before this setting was ignored in all amps that normally don't have a master volume. And now it is not being ignored, possibly causing this anomaly.
Why don't you start another thread. You're the only one having problems and I've gone through all the amps and they sound great.PRS HFS and vintage pickups. I never boost any signals, input default, and all other default. I set the level in the amp to what's needed. No clipping on any meters.
I grabbed the other FXIII that was not firmware updated since 3. I played, using my same guitar (Paul Reed Smith Custom 22), the CLEAN PRESET 1. It was perfect sounding. I updated to 4.x official. The same preset has too much bass even on the single coil setting on the bridge pickup, and is a total boomy disaster on the neck HB pickup setting. I either have to turn down master volume to 5 and increase the level accordingly, or set bass to 0 to 1.
It is definitely tied to the master volume. Maybe something is reading it differently or it was ignored before.
As I mentioned, since the AXE III is being updated quickly, and I like to stay updated, I don't adjust any factory amp settings, except gain and level. That way any updates that affect the amps will be incorporated, and I don't have to remember settings like master volume, presence, etc. ---- Thanks