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HX Stomp

HX Stomp

We just want to go over a few things briefly.

  1. This patch requires a Line 6 HX Stomp. These Patches cannot be loaded into a DAW
  2. The purchase of these patches entitles you to use them on ONE HX Stomp at a time. You may not share these patches with anyone else. You cannot resell these patches in any form. You cannot resample these patches in any form/format.
  3. Turn knobs, change settings, combine sounds and Have fun!

    More From Tyler Logan

     
    "The first instrument that I learned was the bass growing up. It's near and dear to my heart. After diving deep with the HX Stomp I figured out a way to add loads of verstility and range with tones, drives, and effects, but still give the front of house engineer everything they need to keep the effects from taking away form the low end." - Tyler Logan
     
    HX - Bass give ysou the ability to be flexible versatile for each song, so you're not pigeon holed to only the same sound over and over. Each pach comes with two separate outputs, one clean, and one effected. Now you can implent the amazing effects founf in modern recordings, but still keep the low end you need in your signal. Music is dynamic, so your bass tone shoud be dynamic as well. 
     

    All volumes are recorded at 3 o’clock volume on HX and with Fender MIM P-Bass Player Series

    - Picking Deep - meant for playing with a pick…deep and warm with crispy top end

    - LR CLN/DRV 1-  My version of the TRL All N One for Bass…it does it all for worship! Comp, EQ boost and subtle drive panned left to give FOH option of how to blend in the drive going through 2 distinctly different sounding cabs

    - LR CLN/DRV 2 - My version of the TRL All N One for Bass…it does it all for worship! Comp, EQ boost and subtle drive panned left to give FOH option of how to blend in the drive going through 2 distinctly different sounding cabs

    - LR CLN/DRV 3 - My version of the TRL All N One for Bass…it does it all for worship! Comp, EQ boost and subtle drive panned left to give FOH option of how to blend in the drive going through 2 distinctly different sounding cabs

    - Massive Passive - Utter bass monstrosity meant to be played loud with Distortion, Sub bass and Auto-wah

    - Sans Bass - My take on the classic direct preamp for bass, utilizing amp turning on and off in the signal 

    - GospelTone - Uniquely catering towards more gospel-style bass playing, featuring Mid boosts and giving clarity to slapping even

      Bass Picking Deep

        Bass LR CLNDRV 1

          Bass LR CLNDRV 2

            Bass LR CLNDRV 3

              Bass Massive Passive

                Bass Sans Bass

                  Bass GospelTone

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