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Offline jolam1431

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« Reply #6975 on: June 20, 2017, 03:53:24 PM »
not sure lang kung naka SMT na si zoom. pero try mo sa DEECO or ALEXAN. cubao and raon respectively.

Salamat po Sir Ralph, kasi sa tingin ko hindi pwede ang regular na mga microphone jacks. :-( proprietary ng zoom halos lahat ng replaceable parts.

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« Reply #6976 on: June 20, 2017, 04:55:26 PM »
Salamat po Sir Ralph, kasi sa tingin ko hindi pwede ang regular na mga microphone jacks. :-( proprietary ng zoom halos lahat ng replaceable parts.
email mo sila tol. alam ko they are nice enough na magmail sayo ng parts na kailangan mo. :) if I recall correctly may nagsend ng email kay zoom to ask a footswitch. nabigyan naman siya.
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #6977 on: July 10, 2017, 10:32:08 AM »
email mo sila tol. alam ko they are nice enough na magmail sayo ng parts na kailangan mo. :) if I recall correctly may nagsend ng email kay zoom to ask a footswitch. nabigyan naman siya.

Problem solve, salamat po Sir Ralph, now I have another problem. The volume Pedal become scratchy. Search mode muna ako sa google, hopefully I can find some ideas on how to fix them myself.

Maraming salamat po at God bless.

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« Reply #6978 on: July 10, 2017, 10:34:25 AM »
Problem solve, salamat po Sir Ralph, now I have another problem. The volume Pedal become scratchy. Search mode muna ako sa google, hopefully I can find some ideas on how to fix them myself.

Maraming salamat po at God bless.
try mo kaya muna contact cleaner? baka makatulong.
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #6979 on: July 10, 2017, 10:55:31 AM »
try mo kaya muna contact cleaner? baka makatulong.

Try ko mamaya Sir pag uwi, thanks again for your help :-)


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« Reply #6980 on: July 12, 2017, 08:51:45 AM »
@ Sir Ralph_Petrucci Tried using the contact cleaner but to no avail. Pansin ko lang Sir may isang specific point na nag iingay siya. say if the volume has this range 0-100 pag natapat siya sa 10 doon siya may cracking noise. para ang sumasabit siya, but for the rest, 20-100 okey naman.

TIA

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« Reply #6981 on: July 12, 2017, 10:42:49 AM »
@ Sir Ralph_Petrucci Tried using the contact cleaner but to no avail. Pansin ko lang Sir may isang specific point na nag iingay siya. say if the volume has this range 0-100 pag natapat siya sa 10 doon siya may cracking noise. para ang sumasabit siya, but for the rest, 20-100 okey naman.

TIA

bro kung gusto mo tlaga matanggal yan, baka pwede mo dalin kay Mang Raul or kay Pie-key.
hahaha ako binibiyak ko muna yung wetpaks para makita kung may yellow thingy hahahaha

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« Reply #6982 on: July 12, 2017, 10:44:23 AM »
bro kung gusto mo tlaga matanggal yan, baka pwede mo dalin kay Mang Raul or kay Pie-key.

Ok Sir, yan din ang pinag iisipan ko other option is bili na lang ng separate na volume pedal :-)

Maraming salamat po Sir Ralph. :-)

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« Reply #6983 on: July 12, 2017, 12:44:52 PM »
Here are my latest set of settings for the Zoom G5, G3/X, G1/Xon, MS100BT, MS50G, and the MS70CDR (modulations only).

Notes:
1. This was tweaked using a humbucker-equipped guitar. Some sounds may need tweaking depending on what guitar you use, or tonal preferences.
2. The settings were developed through my A/B/X/Y method B (http://talk.philmusic.com/index.php?topic=291551.0) of comparing a digital unit to analog pedals using an A/B switcher pedal (i.e. Boss LS-2).

"Distortion 1" - my go-to distortion preset for leads and rhythm, this models the sound of my main distortion pedal, a modified MI Audio Tube Zone. Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Squeak:
* Gain 75
* Tone 100
* Level to taste
2. ParaEQ:
* Freq1 100Hz
* Q1 0.5
* Gain1 12
* Freq2 3.2kHz
* Q2 0.5
* Gain2 negative (-) 3
* Level 100

"Distortion 2" - my "Marshall" themed rock/metal distortion settings. The first Dist+ models a DOD YJM308 overdrive/boost pedal. The second Dist+ models a runoffgroove.com Thor (http://www.runoffgroove.com/thor.html) Plexi emulator pedal. Together, they produce a sound reminiscent of 80's rock and metal tones, and is perfect for shred/neoclassical lead playing. Turn off the first Dist+ for a really good medium gain rock tone.
Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Dist+:
* Gain - 15
* Tone - 100
* Level - 150
2. Dist+:
* Gain - 60
* Tone - 20
* Level - to taste

"Fuzz" - This models the sound of a silicon Fuzz Face circuit. The compression characteristics are very close to the real analog pedal, but the cleanup sound is a little different.
FuzzSmile:
* Gain - 70
* Tone - 100
* Level - to taste

"Katana Boost" - models the sound of a Keeley Katana with the pull boost knob out (on).
Dist+:
* Gain - 0
* Tone - 15
* Level - to taste

"Tubescreamer" - models the sound of an Ibanez TS808 with all the controls at 12 o'clock.
T Scream:
* Gain - 50
* Tone - 50
* Level - 60

"Small Clone" - models the sound of an Electro Harmonix Small Clone chorus with the DEPTH switch down, and the knob at around 11:30.
Chorus:
* Depth - 17
* Rate - 25
* Level - 40

"Acoustic (neck humbucker)" - models the sound of an Ovation Applause acoustic guitar piezo output. Designed to work best with a neck humbucker position, this may or may not work with single coils. Tweak settings to taste.
1. Aco.Sim:
* Top - 80
* Body - 100
* Level - to taste
2. GraphicEQ:
* 160Hz - negative (-) 6
* 400Hz - negative (-) 2
* 800Hz - 3
* 3.2kHz - 12
* 6.4kHz - negative (-) 10
* 12kHz - negative (-) 8

buti napasilip ako ulit dito. ma-try nga to bukas! ayus! salamat paps!
Yeah man! I'm gonna put on some 2" steel cables so I can tune to drop Z- flat, 17 octaves down. You won't recognize a single note, it'll be awesome duuuude!!!

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« Reply #6984 on: August 09, 2017, 10:08:11 AM »
Here are my latest set of settings for the Zoom G5, G3/X, G1/Xon, MS100BT, MS50G, and the MS70CDR (modulations only).

Notes:
1. This was tweaked using a humbucker-equipped guitar. Some sounds may need tweaking depending on what guitar you use, or tonal preferences.
2. The settings were developed through my A/B/X/Y method B (http://talk.philmusic.com/index.php?topic=291551.0) of comparing a digital unit to analog pedals using an A/B switcher pedal (i.e. Boss LS-2).

"Distortion 1" - my go-to distortion preset for leads and rhythm, this models the sound of my main distortion pedal, a modified MI Audio Tube Zone. Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Squeak:
* Gain 75
* Tone 100
* Level to taste
2. ParaEQ:
* Freq1 100Hz
* Q1 0.5
* Gain1 12
* Freq2 3.2kHz
* Q2 0.5
* Gain2 negative (-) 3
* Level 100

"Distortion 2" - my "Marshall" themed rock/metal distortion settings. The first Dist+ models a DOD YJM308 overdrive/boost pedal. The second Dist+ models a runoffgroove.com Thor (http://www.runoffgroove.com/thor.html) Plexi emulator pedal. Together, they produce a sound reminiscent of 80's rock and metal tones, and is perfect for shred/neoclassical lead playing. Turn off the first Dist+ for a really good medium gain rock tone.
Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Dist+:
* Gain - 15
* Tone - 100
* Level - 150
2. Dist+:
* Gain - 60
* Tone - 20
* Level - to taste

"Fuzz" - This models the sound of a silicon Fuzz Face circuit. The compression characteristics are very close to the real analog pedal, but the cleanup sound is a little different.
FuzzSmile:
* Gain - 70
* Tone - 100
* Level - to taste

"Katana Boost" - models the sound of a Keeley Katana with the pull boost knob out (on).
Dist+:
* Gain - 0
* Tone - 15
* Level - to taste

"Tubescreamer" - models the sound of an Ibanez TS808 with all the controls at 12 o'clock.
T Scream:
* Gain - 50
* Tone - 50
* Level - 60

"Small Clone" - models the sound of an Electro Harmonix Small Clone chorus with the DEPTH switch down, and the knob at around 11:30.
Chorus:
* Depth - 17
* Rate - 25
* Level - 40

"Acoustic (neck humbucker)" - models the sound of an Ovation Applause acoustic guitar piezo output. Designed to work best with a neck humbucker position, this may or may not work with single coils. Tweak settings to taste.
1. Aco.Sim:
* Top - 80
* Body - 100
* Level - to taste
2. GraphicEQ:
* 160Hz - negative (-) 6
* 400Hz - negative (-) 2
* 800Hz - 3
* 3.2kHz - 12
* 6.4kHz - negative (-) 10
* 12kHz - negative (-) 8

Salamat dito boss lolwat! :)
Sir baka pwd magrequest ng patch EJ's Clean at Violin tone. TIA
« Last Edit: August 09, 2017, 01:38:36 PM by halo88 »

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« Reply #6985 on: August 09, 2017, 07:33:10 PM »
Im planning to mod my ms50g by making an external left right foot switch. Any tips mga sirs? Thanks

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« Reply #6986 on: August 09, 2017, 08:19:20 PM »
^the guy behind the pedalbot is the answer. siotiboy if I'm not mistaken is his handle name here.
nood ng TV. usually nasa huling channels yun mga pampatayo ulit e. then, ihahanda ang sandata para sa round 2.

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« Reply #6987 on: August 09, 2017, 09:22:09 PM »
Nice thanks sir

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« Reply #6988 on: August 09, 2017, 10:34:31 PM »
Salamat dito boss lolwat! :)
Sir baka pwd magrequest ng patch EJ's Clean at Violin tone. TIA

Hanap tayo ng hihiraman ng gamit ni Eric Johnson bro, para magaya ko yung tunog sa Zoom. Lahat ng timpla na nasa post ko ay nakabase sa analog pedal na pag-aari ko.

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« Reply #6989 on: August 10, 2017, 05:44:52 PM »
Hanap tayo ng hihiraman ng gamit ni Eric Johnson bro, para magaya ko yung tunog sa Zoom. Lahat ng timpla na nasa post ko ay nakabase sa analog pedal na pag-aari ko.

ah okay sir! Thanks!  :-D

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« Reply #6990 on: October 05, 2017, 06:50:53 PM »
Here are my latest set of settings for the Zoom G5, G3/X, G1/Xon, MS100BT, MS50G, and the MS70CDR (modulations only).

Notes:
1. This was tweaked using a humbucker-equipped guitar. Some sounds may need tweaking depending on what guitar you use, or tonal preferences.
2. The settings were developed through my A/B/X/Y method B (http://talk.philmusic.com/index.php?topic=291551.0) of comparing a digital unit to analog pedals using an A/B switcher pedal (i.e. Boss LS-2).

"Distortion 1" - my go-to distortion preset for leads and rhythm, this models the sound of my main distortion pedal, a modified MI Audio Tube Zone. Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Squeak:
* Gain 75
* Tone 100
* Level to taste
2. ParaEQ:
* Freq1 100Hz
* Q1 0.5
* Gain1 12
* Freq2 3.2kHz
* Q2 0.5
* Gain2 negative (-) 3
* Level 100

"Distortion 2" - my "Marshall" themed rock/metal distortion settings. The first Dist+ models a DOD YJM308 overdrive/boost pedal. The second Dist+ models a runoffgroove.com Thor (http://www.runoffgroove.com/thor.html) Plexi emulator pedal. Together, they produce a sound reminiscent of 80's rock and metal tones, and is perfect for shred/neoclassical lead playing. Turn off the first Dist+ for a really good medium gain rock tone.
Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Dist+:
* Gain - 15
* Tone - 100
* Level - 150
2. Dist+:
* Gain - 60
* Tone - 20
* Level - to taste

"Fuzz" - This models the sound of a silicon Fuzz Face circuit. The compression characteristics are very close to the real analog pedal, but the cleanup sound is a little different.
FuzzSmile:
* Gain - 70
* Tone - 100
* Level - to taste

"Katana Boost" - models the sound of a Keeley Katana with the pull boost knob out (on).
Dist+:
* Gain - 0
* Tone - 15
* Level - to taste

"Tubescreamer" - models the sound of an Ibanez TS808 with all the controls at 12 o'clock.
T Scream:
* Gain - 50
* Tone - 50
* Level - 60

"Small Clone" - models the sound of an Electro Harmonix Small Clone chorus with the DEPTH switch down, and the knob at around 11:30.
Chorus:
* Depth - 17
* Rate - 25
* Level - 40

"Acoustic (neck humbucker)" - models the sound of an Ovation Applause acoustic guitar piezo output. Designed to work best with a neck humbucker position, this may or may not work with single coils. Tweak settings to taste.
1. Aco.Sim:
* Top - 80
* Body - 100
* Level - to taste
2. GraphicEQ:
* 160Hz - negative (-) 6
* 400Hz - negative (-) 2
* 800Hz - 3
* 3.2kHz - 12
* 6.4kHz - negative (-) 10
* 12kHz - negative (-) 8

noob here, recently owned a zoom ms50g, question

what do you mean by two pedal simulations po?
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« Reply #6991 on: October 05, 2017, 09:00:43 PM »
Here are my latest set of settings for the Zoom G5, G3/X, G1/Xon, MS100BT, MS50G, and the MS70CDR (modulations only).

Notes:
1. This was tweaked using a humbucker-equipped guitar. Some sounds may need tweaking depending on what guitar you use, or tonal preferences.
2. The settings were developed through my A/B/X/Y method B (http://talk.philmusic.com/index.php?topic=291551.0) of comparing a digital unit to analog pedals using an A/B switcher pedal (i.e. Boss LS-2).

"Distortion 1" - my go-to distortion preset for leads and rhythm, this models the sound of my main distortion pedal, a modified MI Audio Tube Zone. Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Squeak:
* Gain 75
* Tone 100
* Level to taste
2. ParaEQ:
* Freq1 100Hz
* Q1 0.5
* Gain1 12
* Freq2 3.2kHz
* Q2 0.5
* Gain2 negative (-) 3
* Level 100

"Distortion 2" - my "Marshall" themed rock/metal distortion settings. The first Dist+ models a DOD YJM308 overdrive/boost pedal. The second Dist+ models a runoffgroove.com Thor (http://www.runoffgroove.com/thor.html) Plexi emulator pedal. Together, they produce a sound reminiscent of 80's rock and metal tones, and is perfect for shred/neoclassical lead playing. Turn off the first Dist+ for a really good medium gain rock tone.
Two pedal simulations are required.
1. Dist+:
* Gain - 15
* Tone - 100
* Level - 150
2. Dist+:
* Gain - 60
* Tone - 20
* Level - to taste

"Fuzz" - This models the sound of a silicon Fuzz Face circuit. The compression characteristics are very close to the real analog pedal, but the cleanup sound is a little different.
FuzzSmile:
* Gain - 70
* Tone - 100
* Level - to taste

"Katana Boost" - models the sound of a Keeley Katana with the pull boost knob out (on).
Dist+:
* Gain - 0
* Tone - 15
* Level - to taste

"Tubescreamer" - models the sound of an Ibanez TS808 with all the controls at 12 o'clock.
T Scream:
* Gain - 50
* Tone - 50
* Level - 60

"Small Clone" - models the sound of an Electro Harmonix Small Clone chorus with the DEPTH switch down, and the knob at around 11:30.
Chorus:
* Depth - 17
* Rate - 25
* Level - 40

"Acoustic (neck humbucker)" - models the sound of an Ovation Applause acoustic guitar piezo output. Designed to work best with a neck humbucker position, this may or may not work with single coils. Tweak settings to taste.
1. Aco.Sim:
* Top - 80
* Body - 100
* Level - to taste
2. GraphicEQ:
* 160Hz - negative (-) 6
* 400Hz - negative (-) 2
* 800Hz - 3
* 3.2kHz - 12
* 6.4kHz - negative (-) 10
* 12kHz - negative (-) 8

Nice patches! May sound demo ba to sir?


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« Reply #6992 on: October 11, 2017, 05:05:41 PM »
Question:

I've been trying na i-update yung firmware ng ms50g ko, but the prob is,
yung first error was about sa Vcredist package nya, after installing it,
yung may missing dll file nman, sinundan ko yung instruction pero,
i can't seem to install yung effects manager..

anybody who have experienced the same situation and able to fixed it?
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« Reply #6993 on: October 13, 2017, 02:55:30 AM »
noob here, recently owned a zoom ms50g, question

what do you mean by two pedal simulations po?

Kung makikita mo sa ibang settings, dalawa yung nakalista na simulations. Gamitin mo lang yung dalawang yun para makuha mo yung timplahan.