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Sep 6, 2011
Owner's Notes
This time I stuck the HM-2 in front of the JCM800 model on Guitar Rig 4.

Level all the way up. Low around 2 o'clock, high around 4'oclock (right before the point to being TOO honkey, although the honkeyness is kind of part of the HM-2 sound), and the distortion off.

guitar ran through HM-2 and pitch shifted an octave for bass just for more filthiness. Although if I had a real bass it would sound much better.
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