Cornford with Creamback 65 Preset

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    So... using the Dumble preset I posted. I made this preset using a Kornfield preset Jace made, and changed to a Celestion Creamback 65 IR.
    I tweaked the amp, and cab settings a bit, then adjusted the Delay and volume. Sounds nice. Took 5 minutes.
     

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    Yes, adjust to taste. Change IRs whatever. Just trying to show how quick and easy it is to work with the Amplifire once a new owner gets used to the workflow. Copy and paste effect blocks, Amp blocks. Super easy.
     
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    Nice tone .....
     
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    Thanks for sharing
     
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    I dig the preset too. Any chance you could make a mono version for us Firebox users? Not sure the IR is summing quite right.
     
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    I DL'd this weeks ago and got side tracked and forgot to try it. I finally did the other night, at gig volume.

    I made some changes and might put it back up here for you and others to compare. First thing of course was the level. You run yours extremely low as we've discussed. I turned it up to about -5dB which then matched my typical preset level. I added -3dB ducking to both verb and delay, and it was still a bit wet for me so I tamed those a bit. Then I opened up the top end some (don't know what guitar you used, but I was using my EBMM Axis, so hot humbuckers). I'm wondering if you made it with singles, as it wasn't very bright.

    I might load it back here, if you don't mind, for people to try, because the end result with just a few tweaks was really good. Too me. We all tune them to our tonal preferences AND to the gear we're playing them with and through. I liked the amp/cab-IR combo a lot once it was more tuned my way.
    Thanks for sharing, Clint!
     
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    Feel free to post it! We all want different things, and it's all good.
     
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