Moke's 'Brit-800' V3 - For Humbucker Pickups (Axe-Fx lIl) 'Clean to Mean' - 16.05
My '80's modded' take on a 'Marshall®' JCM-800® preset.
Now available in multiple versions. For 'High Output Humbucker Pickups' (the original version), 'Medium Output Humbucker Pickups', and 'Low Output Humbucker Pickups'.
I re-dialed the scenes in a 'Clean to Mean' configuration.
Created on an 'Axe-Fx III' and an 'Ernie Ball Music Man' 'Axis' guitar with stock 'Humbucker' pickups through a 20-ft long cable.
Now available in three different versions. For 'High Output Humbucker Pickups' (the original version), 'Medium Output Humbucker Pickups', and 'Low Output Humbucker Pickups'.
Try all three versions to see which one works best for you. You can also mix and match them to work with multiple guitars.
Note ….. Use 'Scene Controller #2 (attached to the 'Vol/Pan block 'Level' parameter) to adjust the level in each scene to suit your needs.
Any included 'Custom' IRs should be imported into the same 'User Cab' slot(s) (if currently unused) listed below. If the 'User Cab' slot(s) are being used in your unit, you can use any other slot(s) that you wish. But you must go to the Cab block(s) in the preset and set them to use the new slots that you are now using.
Cab block #1 (Cab 1) Channels 'A' and 'B' both use the 'M/H75+SB (Moke)' IR.....('User Bank 2' slot #619)
Cab block #2 'A' (Cab 1) uses the 'M/H75+SB (Moke)' IR.....('User Bank 2' slot #619)
Includes Two versions of each preset.
One with 2 'External Controllers'........
External #1...Wah w/auto engage at 95%.
External #2...Overall volume (Vol/Pan 1)
One with (nec) added to the name with 'No External Controllers' for ease of use. The 'Wah' operates as an 'Auto-Wah' in this version.
Scene #1....Lowest gain
Scene #2....Medium gain
Scene #3....Highest gain
Scene #4....Solo. Adds 'Drive' and 'Delay' blocks
Scenes #5 through #8 are duplicates of #1 through #4 with the addition of a 'Chorus' in front of second Amp block, and the new 'Stereoizer' Enhancer block. And the two Amp blocks are fed into hard panned Cab blocks ( Cab 1, Channel 'B') for a 'Stereo' dual guitar effect.