Clean Green/Orange

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Clean Green/Orange

Post by Bailz » Wed Nov 20, 2019 8:40 am

Hello everyone,

I've been doing some experimenting with my JVM and I was wondering if anyone was using their's on Clean Green/Orange to get more of a Superlead kind of sound.

I'm tempted to try one of these channels just on the edge of breakup and then push it over the edge with a Tubescreamer. Anyone ever tried this and what were your experiences?

I've tried using OD2 with a low gain setting, but it always seems to have slightly too much sizzle/growl.

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Re: Clean Green/Orange

Post by mohi » Sat Mar 21, 2020 11:44 am

I had a Superlead (YJM) and though tried to emulate the tone with the JVM, never got close. perhaps it is because my JVM is a combo and the YJM was thru Greenbacks. But probable working with tone on Clean Red with very low gain you can get close.
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