The Dualgun is based upon the King Tone The Duellist pedal, literally! It has two separate overdrives with drive, volume and tone controls plus a 3 way clipping switch labelled fat, stock and glass. Both drives can be used singularly or both activated. The Heavy-Hand side is their take on a 90's Marshall Bluesbreaker pedal while the String-Singer side builds on the obvious DNA of a Tube Screamer with a tone firmly rooted in Texas, the String-Singer is a more versatile, polished and grown-up cousin, according to Demonfx. The pedal has 4 internal dip switches to add even more tone shaping options. The captures here are with them set in the factory default, I have not gotten round to playing with the dip switches yet. The captures here are the String Singer side Stock mode, a nice variety of overdrive gain and volume. These will work well with a clean amp or an edge of break up amp and should work well with higher gain amps as well as a boost up front. The names of each individual capture contain the settings of the pedal. You may wish to play with your NAM EQ/Normaliser/Volume levels to suit your own set up. The Heavy Hand pack of captures can be found here:- https://tonehunt.org/markswarbrick/d2f099ba-eb50-4046-9f42-97a6297a1b7b Information:- Reamp Box: Joyo JDI-48 Interface: Universal Audio Volt 2 DAW: Reaper Models: Feather Epochs: 250-300
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