Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

A forum for discussing the Vypyr series amplifiers, Sanpera footswitches and share settings
Big Al
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Wed Mar 18, 2009 11:23 am

Brought together a couple of great settings from Jonny Roxx and Buggy posted up earlier but not caight in the Settings thread. Hope the guys don't mind me including them here on the template. Great settings - give them a spin.
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Johnny Roxx » Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:16 pm

I don't mind at all. It's a great idea to share settings! I'm still amazed at how good the 6505 green channel sounds with the Tube Scrm.. I bounce back & forth with the gain settings though. I use the one you posted above a lot and also back down the gain to 12pm for a "tighter" rhythm tone. Sounds a LOT like a Splawn Quickrod when the gain is at 12pm. Love that tone! The 6505 model sounds good alone too.. Nice punchy tone.

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by denny1945 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 7:35 pm

Excellent!!! Thanks.

What effect could I use to get the sound of rolling the volume on after picking the note, or will I have to roll the volume on? :) This would be in a clean config.

Dennis

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Terbo » Wed Mar 18, 2009 7:53 pm

Johnny Roxx wrote:I don't mind at all. It's a great idea to share settings! I'm still amazed at how good the 6505 green channel sounds with the Tube Scrm.. I bounce back & forth with the gain settings though. I use the one you posted above a lot and also back down the gain to 12pm for a "tighter" rhythm tone. Sounds a LOT like a Splawn Quickrod when the gain is at 12pm. Love that tone! The 6505 model sounds good alone too.. Nice punchy tone.

I've been using the 6505 and TubeScrm for all kinds of things, it sounds bloody wicked. Cranking the drive you can get a real good metal tone that I use for my dropped tunings.
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Thu Mar 19, 2009 3:35 am

My favourite amp model this week is the JSX, it cleans up nicely and gives that breaking-up crunch if you get the preamp level right, just like a heavy rhythm part thru a tube amp should be. In red mode its cutting and rich and just great for lead parts.

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by TerrenceLP » Fri Mar 20, 2009 7:03 pm

CCR settings - General good start! I play on a 1981 Peavey T-60 and a 1995 Ash body Strat, I love warming up with this tone! Any tweaks let me know!
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Big Al
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Sat Mar 21, 2009 4:32 pm

Its a good setting but too much gain for my humbuckers - I dial down the tubescreamer P1 to 1-2 and the pre-gain to 2, to get a nice crunch without too much dostortion. This setting really opens up when you switch to the Brit amp model - makes the Fender types sound quite boxy in comparison.

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Tue Mar 24, 2009 5:03 am

DirtyD wrote:You should add this. :D

http://forums.peavey.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=4515
If you look on the previous page of this thread, you'll see I already did :lol:

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by denny1945 » Tue Mar 24, 2009 5:23 pm

For old gits like myself. Start with this, and then add or take away effects as you need. I like both humbuckers with full tone on each.
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Wolf 6 » Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:00 pm

Here's one for anybody who like AC/DC
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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Fri Mar 27, 2009 6:58 am

Be useful for people posting these to include a quick line about what guitar/pickups you are using for these tones.

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by kwelduvel » Fri Mar 27, 2009 12:25 pm

I really really need some help on finding a good setting with my VYPYR100
I need a sound like Ensiferum, Equilibrium, Lemuria, ... (Black Folk Metal)
Can anyone help me find this? ([email protected], since I won't find this post again in years :p)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5T4w...28F8CAB&index=7

Thanks!!!
It's urgent btw =(

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Manchild » Fri Apr 03, 2009 2:30 am

Hey guy`s I`am picking up my amp on Friday,75 watt.I love the idea of exchanging setting,but taking into the different pickups and guitars I was thinking we should start up different threads for sharing based on guitar pickups,body type,neck type.That way we can share setting that we can use with are setup.I have 2 guitars:1 with PAF style humbucklers that can be used as single coil too.The other with High output humbucklers.I`am new to playing so I value your input. Rock On

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Re: Let's Share Some Vypyr Settings

Post by Big Al » Fri Apr 03, 2009 6:10 am

I don't see any need to overcomplicate things - just post them all on here and include a couple of words about guitar/pickup, its simple enough if you have s/c pickups adapting a HB setting by dialling in a little more pre-gain and maybe a small change to the eq as per your own tastes. Some of the overdriven settings (and lets face it, the vast majority of these settings are all overdriven..!) do sound very different thru a strat than they do thru a dual HB guitar.

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