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Kenneth Kotsay


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Davie/Ft Lauderdale, Florida
Post  Posted 7 Nov 2019 12:41 pm    
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Been at it for two days now trying to get the settings & sound for this amp. I have set the following settings which I'm satisfied to a degree with, I would like to know what settings are being used by steel players who have already purchased this Tone Master amp, also the guys that have the older Fender Twin Reverb tube amps.
Whats' your settings??

My are are:
SETTINGS FOR PEDAL STEEL:
Vol = 3
Treble = 5
Mids = 4
Base = 10
Rev = 2
No Bright
22w & sometimes 40w
No Speed or Intensity

ELECTRIC GUITAR SETTINGS:
Vol = 2
Treble = 6.5
Mids = 5.5
Base = 8
Rev = 3
Bright on
85w sometimes 22w
No Speed or Intensity
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Brooks Montgomery


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Idaho, USA
Post  Posted 7 Nov 2019 12:53 pm    
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As per Rick Heins w/ Fender, I tried the following and like it.

Twin Reverb Tonemaster with Zum Encore

dial the attenuator for the room size 22, 40, 85 etc.

(using input 1 on the tremelo/reverb side of the amp)

volume 5
treble 7
mid 6
bass 6 (I increased to 7 and liked it)
reverb 2-3

and I use a Boss digital delay, all knobs at approximately 11 o'clock.
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Dave Campbell


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Nova Scotia, Canada
Post  Posted 8 Nov 2019 2:50 am    
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it's my understanding that these amps have neo speakers, which normally require a fair bit of break in. something to consider before going mad with tweaking.
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Brooks Montgomery


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Idaho, USA
Post  Posted 8 Nov 2019 10:36 am    
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Dave Campbell wrote:
it's my understanding that these amps have neo speakers, which normally require a fair bit of break in. something to consider before going mad with tweaking.


What’s to tweak?
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Dave Campbell


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Nova Scotia, Canada
Post  Posted 9 Nov 2019 2:45 pm    
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i guess i mean you can hunt for a sound with the knobs til you go nuts, but until the speaker is broken in things aren't going to sound their best.
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