Uploaded clips featuring Engl Savage 120

Posted on Jan 8, 2011
Owner's Notes
Similar to other ENGL clip, but, with this one I rolled off the volume knob most of the way on the guitar and lowered the master down to 3.
Avg Rating: 7.75
by: john
Posted on Jan 7, 2011
Owner's Notes
Gain test. The gain is on 10, boost button on pressed, and the lead gain on 10. Master almost 5. Channel volume about 3. Playing gets really weird, but, I thought it sounded kinda cool in a whole un-listenable sorta way.
Avg Rating: 7.2
by: john
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
Owner's Notes
recorded whisper quiet. This amp can really sound like you have a distortion pedal or something.

tone: 5 for all, gain:4 leadgain:5 presence:7, master 1.5, lead vol 1.5
Posted on Dec 1, 2010
Owner's Notes
I used 2 mics on this, one close a shure sm 57 beta (top right speaker) and the second 57 was about 2 to 3 feet back. No post EQ or effects. My room does not sound so good, but, this technique seems promising.

Settings: Gain 4: Lead Gain: 8, Presence:1, All tone controls 5 and channel volume 5 and master volume 5.
Posted on Nov 17, 2010
Owner's Notes
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Posted on Nov 16, 2010
Owner's Notes
Channel 3 (crunch 2) gain on 2. rest of the tone on 5 and presence off.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
Owner's Notes
Short snippet from Symptom of the universe. Channel 3 (crunch 2) used with gain on 4 all tone controls 5 and pres 3.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Owner's Notes
Small snippet of all the small things. I was curious if the engl savage could get a sound close to this. This is channel 3 (crunch 2). Gain on 5 and presence on 5. B:5 M:4 T:5.5 HB:5 Vol:6 Master:6
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Owner's Notes
Snippet from sweet leaf, gets old real quick without vocals.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
Owner's Notes
Engl Savage and Rectifier cab test.

Channel 4: G:3 LG:5 B:5 M:5 T:8 HB:5 Master:7 LeadVol:7
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