I am not sure which preset would be best...it may take some trial and error. I was thinking of preset 23 (Originally for an AKG 451). The reason I say this is because the comparative frequency responses are similar, not exact though. I notice that both mic's seem to have a boost in the highs.
I would also like to leave this open for anyone who may have other preset suggestions for ST...
Help him out y'all...
I play a Digitech GNX3 through my PAS. So far there hasnt been a tone I wanted that I could not get. The sound is huge. The band that I was just recently playing with disbanded so now I am forced to audition again. I will be doing that withing the next couple of weeks. The first aud is with another guitar player who plays through 2 Marshall stacks. Not sure how I will compare, but we will see...
Good luck with the audition.
You could get the people who are "auditioning you" to
walk through the 170 degree sound field of the PAS (in a close radius, say 5-15 feet so they can experience what it be like to play beside you onstage.
Then if there is room, have them do it again with with as large a radius as possible so they will experience what you will sound like - all through the house - vs. the "sweet spot".
That should blow the doors off the stack.
Here's an update on the Mesa Boogie V-Twin with the PAS.
It is wonderful!
If you like the sound of a Boogie. That's not a complaint by the way.
I got the volume differential (clean vs. lead) sorted out. You can read the details in the troubleshooting thread
I picked up a second PAS yesterday and the first experiment was to see if I could actually fit two of them in my car.
So I drag the rack back into the house and that's how I ended up running the V-Twin last night.
2003 PRS Custon 22 Artist Series
2001 Taylor 615 with Fishman Blender
POD XT with Longboard (have it from Vetta Amp that is no longer in use)
POD xt run into channel 3
Taylor usus by-pass setting on pod
Someone here said they cut the top of the Vetta off and ditched the speaker section...wish I would have thought of that before buyinh the POD!
Lets see. Of course the Bose system with a B1, Schneider DS-1 Small Jumbo acoustic ( Schneider Guitar / Cincinnati Ohio) K&K Western pickup, Avalon U5.Run to channel 1 with 00 setting ( control setting from the remote and U5 )
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What Electric Guitars, Effects and presets do you use with Bose?
If you were having fun with this one, follow the link above for more.
74 sunburst strat
1999 52 reissue butterscotch tele
takamine Santa fe acoustic
Line 6 floor pod plus
L1 Model 11 with T1and 2 B1's
I mainly play acoustic run direct into the L1 and use ths Taylor setting and no effects.
Vocal is run using the 58 setting and reverb.
I have only just got the second B1 and find it makes the sound "fuller", which is important when playing solo as I do.
I use a lot more reverb than others on here going by comments posted,but it works for me.
I enjoy the challenge of of working solo just me and my guitar.
I'm a solo acoustic guitarist. My set up is very simple:
Guitar (Baranik CX, Baranik Meridian, or Martin OM-28 LJ-Pro)......LR Baggs Anthem pick up....Bose T1....my new L1 ModII or house PA. For very small spaces or when I can't make multiple trips to the car, I use another amp, but still with the T1.
Just picked up a POD HD500 and a Variax 700 solid body electric. Still dialing in some of my own sounds. Running into L1 M2 2B1s and T1. Looking forward to crafting a bucket full of Amp/effect combinations, and setting up all my alternate tunings on the variax. Will be nice to show up at a gig with only 1 guitar.
I love my Variax 700. I purchased it soon after getting my first L1.
You probably know that at low volumes the alternate tunings can sound strange because you are hearing the actual strings. Still, the guitar is great at low volume using regular tunings.
I've said more that once on this forum that it is the easiest to play guitar that I've owned.
I think using 2 B1's will change EQ settings, IIRC.
I've used many things with my L1 system from the Axe-Fx Ultra, preamps (ADA, Marshall, Tech 21), to low end modelers (Vox Tonelab, Tech 21 Character Pedals, Zoom) and they all work out great.
For guitar, I only use 1 B1; for bass or keys, I use 2 B1's. YMMV, but if you are using 2 B1's for guitar you may want to have a go with 1 B1 to see how it sounds...and maybe one less thing to carry!
IMO / YMMV
Rickenbackers, Vox, TC Electronics, Zoom & Bose
Bose L1 Model II with 2 B1's and ToneMatch
Still playing my Variax 700
acoustic or my Switch Electric - both with Roland GK pick-ups added for synth control.
Now and then I pick up my GOldtone 6-string Banjitar -
but for simple.. I still love my Breedlove Focus using one of the first Taylor tonematch settings. yum.
orange TH30H through a 4x12 cabinet on stage and 2x12 extension outfront (not mic'd) Taylor 414e les paul and strat
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