Lead and Rhythm presets switching options with Tube Amp

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  1. Cyborg_Ogre

    Cyborg_Ogre Member

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    Hello

    Currently I'm the only guitar player in the band and I often have to switch between lead and rhythm. Right now I'm doing it with a cheap effects processor put into clean channel of the amp. I have effects (distortion, delay, etc) for both roles and use a footswitch on the processor.

    But our new rehearsal place has high-end tube amps, and using cheap digital effects with them would be a waste.

    So I'm interested in what equipment do I need to set and switch presets, while using distorted channel of the amp.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    If you get a 3 channel amp... Clean/Crunch/HighGain will do you good, unless you also want to change FX in use... Then a loop switcher might be handy, along with your favorite FX pedals... You you'll go this route, search for one with relays for amp channel switching.
     
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  3. budda

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    Presets?

    Set up your dirty rhythm tone. Now grab an EQ pedal, boost the mids a bit and bump the level. There's your lead boost.
     

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