I can put the old model back in as a new model. The old model is an original, hand-built "Marsha". It's MUCH darker than Mark's newer BE/HBE. In fact it's so dark and boomy I emailed Dave to make sure the amp was built correctly. Turns out the snubber cap is the wrong value. But even with the snubber cap corrected it's still very dark and boomy which made me question as to whether there are other components that are incorrect (the guy who built the amp smoked about a pound of pot a day). So we decided to redo the model based on Mark's amp which is the amp that was the demo model at Tone Merchants.
you're right, and that's exactly what I meant. the old model (Marsha) in real life indeed has no Voice switch opposed to the new (BE/HBE) model which was added with the last firmware.I'm not sure if you've misunderstood me or vice versa, but my understanding is this: the HBE model until Q 2.03 (or whenever) was an old Marsha, modeled with the Voice switch to the right.
That model has been removed, in favour of a newer build of HBE which was modeled with the switch right (V1) and the switch left (V2).
That's what I was trying to say with my reply to VegaBaby anyway. I may be entirely on the wrong path here... a quick look at the Marsha shows no Voice switch at all :O
Hey BB... Umm, where can I find Mark Day's patch please?!
It's in AxeChange and here it is - eijoy it.... http://axechange.fractalaudio.com/detail.php?preset=4119
If you have an MK II like me just convert it with Al's Preset Converter as this is an XL preset. Also you have to change the Delay or Reverb block to a serial block - otherwise it will be very quiet and has to much fx mix. I don't remenber which one it was, just swap the block with seriell settings and it works great.
(the guy who built the amp smoked about a pound of pot a day)
Um... Both of the models in this FW are the "new" amp. So what you mean is you like the switch to the right on the new amp.Well, it must have been some good $#!7 because I like the original model a lot.
I spent tonight doing, among a bunch of other things, going back and forth between the two models at gig volume at rehearsal. With the 412 TV Mix cab the V2 seemed to lack balls. Finally settled back on the original because I just couldn't get the new one to sound like I wanted it to.