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Marshall DSL100 Crunch Mode

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Make and model

Marshall DSL100HR

Description

Two captures of the crunch mode of my Marshall DSL100, both have identical settings but one of them has my BBE 422A Sonic Maximizer in the FX loop. I have included a boost pedal capture from my Demonfx Dualgun pedal, this is from the String-Singer side. The BBE Sonic Maximizer does make a huge difference when used with my real amp. Do you notice much difference with the NAM capture? On the NAM interface I brough the output upto 3.7dB, you may need to increase yours depending upon your own rig and set up. An EQ plug in with HP/LP is also a good idea to refine the sound. You do not need your own IR as an Eminence DV-77 4x12 is embedded into the capture. Information: Reamp Box: Joyo JDI-48 Interface: Universal Audio Volt 2 Load Box: Two Notes Captor X DAW: Reaper Models: Feather Epochs: 200

License

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