I hear ya, I'm going to keep playing with it. I think I got a little closer today, I'll post another clip later tonight when I get home.This sounds good, but it seems to be missing the throb and the almost mangled tone he achieved. You can really hear the vibe clearly in Pete's Dry Bell demo.
I feel like I just can't get enough with the vibe in the Axe. It seems like there must be a way, I just can't quite get it yet.
I often struggle with the phaser and flanger too, in that respect. I also can't nail a certainly type of spring verb (check out the Big Sky demo for a great example).
Are you placing those behind or before the Amp block?And, I am beginning to understand how to get more out of the phaser and flanger blocks. One thing that helps is to lower the output volume of the amp block and increase the effect block volume (either series or parallel). So, as with many things in the Axe, gain staging is extremely important.
Try phaser and flanger before the amp.Vibe before the amp. And, I've got it now. The right amp and IR make all the difference.
Regular phaser/flanger after the amp, and again the right amp (with the right settings) and IR make a huge difference.
No problems here anymore. Still learning, with miles to go. I'm enjoying the ride. This is just an awesome guitar product.
Your settings, and all the work you do, is much appreciated. Using your settings from Post #28, I was able to finally find something I liked with the Vibe. I attached the speed to my expression pedal and the next thing I knew I lost an hour from my day......which is never a bad thing. Thanks again :encouragement:Post #28 is all you need.
Post #28 is all you need.
"Damp" is also a parameter on the Modifier page. It controls how quickly the Axe reacts when you move the expression pedal. See the manual for more info.Hi Yek, could you elaborate on this a bit more please? Is the rate slow and fast what you indicated above? And are you attaching a modifier to expression pedal on the damping parameter?