a merged profile using the Toneforge Misha and the Richardson plugins as well. Somehow half of the info is about what reference profile I used, There are a few vairations, but I'm sure there be at least one in there you find usable and pretty good sounding. I was happy I was able to not only have that sound on my computer, but also my Kemper rig. I was going to make a playthrough video to show what they sound like doubled and recorded hard left and right but I didnt end up having the time, so I'll have to add that later...in the meantime , here they are.Fortin Nameless and Satan and Toneforge Misha and Richardson....hope you dig them. Merry X-mas!
Thank you, Marc!
Look forward to your play-through vid, assuming you find the time to make one; always love to hear your playing, man.
Somehow half of the info is about what reference profile I used...
OK, I've retagged them as best I can without making too many assumptions. I'll share this with the community as-is 'cause it's good-enough for me for search purposes, but you may want to grab 'em and further refine the tagging, Marc:
Comments in Cab and Rig fields done.
Minor changes such as capitalisation of lowercase letters where appropriate.
Amp manufacturer, model, name and comment fields done in the Amp section.
Looking forward to trying these. While I love my vintage amp sounds, Misha knows how to get guitars to sing in a super heavy and gainy mix. My band is loud and I’m learning to appreciate some of the things you have to do to your tone to keep everything separated and articulate in a live setting.