I am very flattered! Glad you liked it. I did try the bias trem in the amp block. It didn't quite do it for me, so went for my own version. Cheers.I stayed up just 'cause you said you were close to posting this and I wanted to hear it before I knocked off for the night.
Was not disappointed.
Edit: Try the bias trem on the AMP block.
It's a single-ended power amp with negative feedback and bias tremolo. Subtle is the only possibility with this configuration. Bias tremolo works by modulating the quiescent operating point of the power tubes. With a single-ended power amp with negative feedback the gain doesn't change much as you change the operating point, hence the tremolo effect is subtle. Bias tremolo works best on amps with little to no negative feedback.From what i read, Clapton specifically requested the bias trem to be added to the Champ, and wanted the effect to be subtle.....and it is, nicely so, IMHO
Thanks, still am a "no-limit" fan of your twin preset BTW (FW5). Your patches always have that right dose of amp breakup, whatever the axe I plug into the axe fx.I was so impressed with it I just had to belt out a blues jam and write a preset. So, here it is...
The preset: http://axechange.fractalaudio.com/detail.php?preset=5461