I've just uploaded into Rig Exchange some DA profiles I've made yesterday from my ENGL E580 preamp into the power section of my Hughes & Kettner Triamp Mark III.
The profiles were made from the standard presets available in the preamp.
Personally I love this preamp and might shoot some more when I get the time.
Just search RE for "DA ENGL E580"
I hope you guys and enjoy and find a use for them
Below you find some description about the presets, taken from the E580 manual:
Lb1: Modern Eddy
Latter day brown sound; just add a pinch of pitch and delay
to tap your way into the hearts and minds of your audience.
Lb2: Full Shred
Shred is not dead, it just nodded off. With this one, all pickers who thrive on
speed, accuracy and great tone will wake up to some hip hi-gain lead sounds.
Lb3: Classic Lead
Typical retro lead sounds of `70s vintage harking back
to the first amps equipped with master knobs.
Lb4: Moore Lead
Gary's notion of tone: Les Paul plus gobs of gain equals endless sustain.
Lb5: Angel's Rhythm
Straight-up, mids-heavy hi-gain rhythm. Great contemporary sound
for guitarists who like to stand out in a crowd. Creates a wall of sound
Phil Spector would have been proud of.
Lb6: Devil's Lead
The evil twin of preset Lb5. Modern hi-gain lead sound with a bulldog's bite
and balls to boot. Packs a mighty punch; great stuff if your band mates
won't back off the volume when it comes for you to strut your soloing stuff.
Lb7: Ultra Sandman
In all humility, this one may set a new standard for ultramodern heavy metal
riffage. Punchy low midrange, tight bottom end and sparkling treble. Tweak
the presence knob and shape to taste. That should do it then ....
Lb8: The Healer
Searching for a singing Latin rock lead sound? Search no more. Particularly
owners of set-neck mahogany-body guitars will appreciate this one. Sustain
like there's no tomorrow, notes may actually hang around until the next day.
Lb9: Strat Lead
Plenty of punch to beef up every single coil-equipped guitar. Remarkable
dynamic range, much like a hard-working British amp cranked to the hilt.
Try an arpeggio or two and revel in the power and definition ...