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Here I Go Again - Whitesnake

cdub

Member
Using the Carvin Legacy Amp block. I used some of the recommendations in the guide to all the amp models thread in the Axe Discussion forum which really helped this amp come alive. I could never get this amp to sound good before reading that thread. I can't seem to get the tone spot on, but I think it is pretty close. The patch is attached - used scene1 to double track the rhythm & scene 2 for the lead.

 

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ToneRanger

Inspired
Its pretty much a must to keep the master volume low. It fuzzes really bad above 4. I actually did the same thing you just did a few weeks ago. A buddy wanted to do a recording of it with him on vocals. I originally used the Mesa Mark IV sim but tried it with the Legacy. It worked pretty good too.

Here's my original recording.
 

cdub

Member
Its pretty much a must to keep the master volume low. It fuzzes really bad above 4. I actually did the same thing you just did a few weeks ago. A buddy wanted to do a recording of it with him on vocals. I originally used the Mesa Mark IV sim but tried it with the Legacy. It worked pretty good too.

Here's my original recording.
Nice work! Sounds good.
 
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