Cab Pack based on Guns N' Roses: "ML - Mikko N' Fortus - Impulses for Destruction"

Discussion in 'Axe-Fx II User Cabs and IRs' started by ML SOUND LAB, Nov 21, 2017.

  1. willowdale

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    Great release Superman(aka Mikko), I'm really enjoying it!......do a Van Halen release next......get Ted Templeman or Don Landee to collaborate on it with you!
     
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    Thank you guys. :)

    For Marshalls in general I advice to lower the low res a bit. When it's lower the frequency doesn't really have to be fine tuned much. The impedance curves for Marshalls tend to be a lot flatter than something like a Mesa amp in my experience.
     
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    Since I started lowering low res freq to 75 or 85 hz everything seems so much easier to dial in. Many of the amps I tried were really boomy and this one adjustment made a huge difference.
     
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    Another thing to experiment with is just lowering the low res amount. 75hz is pretty much not a guitar frequency anymore so what you might be experiencing there could be the same thing as turning the low res down.
     
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    Sorry guys. I’m a little confused. Low res as mentioned by ML Labs = Low res freq?
     
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    No just "low resonance" it affects the height of the peak
     
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    Ah. The graph settings. Thanks for enlightening me :)
     
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    This is a good point. I’ll give that a try
     
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    Where do I find this setting?
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Yeah if your low end is boomy you can just lower the amount. Lowering the frequency is sort of doing the same thing... once you go our of your guitars frequency range the low res is essentially off. :)
     

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