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 #117153  by JonnyBoy
 Tue Aug 07, 2012 3:07 pm
I have tried a cyber twin at a music store about a year ago to try out a guitar, so I really don't have intimate knowledge of what it can do. I would try the bass down almost off, the mids around noon and the treble about 8-fullblast. The only factor would be how the tone stack interacts together (or if it even does) to get the sound like a vintage twin. I would try those settings as a starting off point tho...Good luck!
 #117419  by highgate
 Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:59 pm
the way the amp works is. it has a tube preamp with DSP effectts. Its like a modeling amp but slithly differrent. when i call up a 65 twin reverb or 66 super twin it reconfigs all the circutry to that exact amps spec. really unlimited sounds you can get from it. I did turn the bass loooow, and the mids on 5 with the treble rockin 8-10.
made a total difference. what a nice tone.. played with those settings at practice and got great feedback on the tone. thanks