Does anyone know, in order to accurately recreate the pull gain on each channel what you would need to raise the input drive to? I thought I saw it mention by @FractalAudio in another thread but I cannot locate it. I know I can use my ears, but I am curious what would accurately recreate what the actual amp does.
I think for pull gain you go to the ideal page and increase the Input Drive by 1 or 1.5, Shred Mode is different.NOTE: To emulate the “Shred” mode turn the High Treble control to approximately 3-4 dB (or adjust to taste, you are not limited by a single switch).
look closer: the second one usually doesn't cut the mids as much and boosting the 240 a tad more to thicken up the tone. One mm can be a lot on those faders...So the JP2-C has two seperate EQ's so you can have different EQ profiles for different channels, but looking at those instagram posts he sets them pretty much identically anyway?
That's it, I feel it's way far from there...I am struggling to get the sound (growl, very rich harmonics) which can be heard in this clip at 3:45
John Petr Guitar Lesson — 5 Guitar Tips
Tried a lot of different settings and ir.