1. ProgressiveRocco

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    thanks man!:)
    nope, just go to the second PEQ block. Go to band 2, (it's the only unused). By default is set to 400hz, just change it to 518.6hz, apply the 1.52db notch and you're set ;)
     
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    NightWalker

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    ahh ok !!thanks.

    edit:just to be sure,please look in the attached image.
     

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  3. scottp

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    Crazy good! Hell Yea!!
     
  4. Steve Miller

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    I’m using an Ax8 also and instead of the third pq block, I used the 10 band variable eq. With the 500hz notch down 1.5 dB and the q set to 1.23 or whatever it was in the original. I didn’t think of Rocco’s idea to just add the notch with PQ 2. Think I’ll go back and do that too. It’s a great preset and highly recommended. Can’t wait to see what he comes up with next!!
     
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    I just found all the VH tab books in pdf format too so I’m going to go shred this beast as soon as I can. It’s worth five bucks to have a look at how these presets are constructed. It’s well worth it just to learn what goes into getting these tones with no trickery like tone match which I haven’t had much luck with
     
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