Patches for guitar effect processors

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by ananth222, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

    In my recent research on effect processors I came across some pages for patches for some processors. Thought these might be of help to someone, since lots of ppl here own these processors. I have not tried these patches myself, so don't know how good they are. They may just help u get started.
    Maybe we can start our own patch-forum or thread to share patches for desi songs...

    Korg AX1000G, AX1500G:
    http://www.mfblues.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/korgpage.html
    http://www.geocities.com/korgrd/
    http://www.geocities.com/t_jauhari/

    Korg AX1G
    http://www.geocities.com/slayer17m/patches.html

    ZOOM 606
    http://dlugo.host.sk/index.php

    ZOOM 707
    http://gfx.curvedspaces.com/

    BOSS GT-6
    http://www.kissdominion.com/GT6.HTM

    Line 6 ofcourse, has www.customtone.com which is a dedicated forum for line 6 related patches (which can be downloaded to your computer and directly transferred to the processor.. pretty cool!)
     
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  2. tejas

    tejas ..........

    Cool post Ananth. Helps a lot.
     
  3. Addy Pant

    Addy Pant Highway Star

    Are there any links to pages having patches for the Zoom 505II? I'm asking coz I own one. I found pages for the Zoom 505 but none for a 505II. I can use 505's patches but my 505II is a little different.
    :shock:
     
  4. chintan9

    chintan9 yay! i won the ipod!

    I suggest you guys make your own patches. I mean the satisfaction you get after creating your own sound is second to none. I remember the day I made my rhythm patch(on my zoom gfx8) it was so freakin good that I just couldnt stop playing my guitar.

    PLUS you will understand your processor much better and will always have a unique tone.



    P.S- Ready made patches are for lazy bums ;)
     
  5. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

    @Addy: I was under the impression that 505II is almost same as 606 except for the expression pedal. maybe you can try the 606 patches?

    @chintan: y don't u post ur patches? its good to know the possibilities. you ofcourse have to tweak it to get your own tone.
     
  6. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    the link u gave for ax100 g and 1500g patches ahs no patches for the 100g
     
  7. Addy Pant

    Addy Pant Highway Star

    Actually, one thing in the Zoom 505II is different from the 606 i.e. the ZNR/Amp.
    The options are more in the 606. Just looking for some specific site. Right now I'm using patches taken from my friend's 606.
     
  8. Addy Pant

    Addy Pant Highway Star

    I found a link to a page for Zoom 505II's patches:
    http://www.bmpsystems.com/zoom/
    There is no search for patches (just 31). I didn't like the page at all.
     
  9. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

    sorry it was supposed to be ax1000g not ax100g. I've corrected the typo.
     
  10. d_ist_urb_ed

    d_ist_urb_ed Genuflect b*tches!

    Any more links to AX1G patches would help. I've already programmed all the patches on the above link to my processor. A good heavy wah with distortion would be amazing, as i need it to play Satriani's love thing.
     
  11. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    ya and pls can some1 give me alink to 100g patches? i cant find them newhere
     
  12. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

  13. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    thanks a lot!
     
  14. ronnieanand

    ronnieanand n00bier th@n th0u

    I always have one clean patch and one distortion patch. I assign the expression pedal to volume pedal, so that I can boost during the solos. I really dont go behind any artist sound. I make my own and as Chintan says it's a nice feeling altogether of having your own sound. With my same distortion patch, I play Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Clapton, Hendrix all in the same settings. I am planning to cover Johny B Goode - Chuck Berry and I will use the same distortion for that too :beer: . What works for Hendrix need not work for you ;).
    I'd rather say, listen to artists to get idea of his sound but create your own 'cos it's impossible to get their on any of the best processor. Check out the Chorus driven sound of Randy Rhoads or Flange driven sound of Jake E Lee / Dave Gilmour or the phaser driven sound of EVH. If you think you can create the perfect Steve Vai patch by playing a Zoom 505 and a Tansen guitar, please tell Steve Vai himself. He might dispose all his expensive guitars and racks and will purchase a Zoom 505 and a Tansen guitar to get the same sound.
     
  15. ananth222

    ananth222 Beginner

    of course! I completely agree with you.
    But some of us don't have the time to sit and tweak settings all day. Its really handy to just copy a patch in a minute to practise. Ofcourse if you want to take it to the stage you need to sit and tweak it.
    Sharing patches just gives people more options and ideas without having to reinvent the wheel.
     
  16. ronnieanand

    ronnieanand n00bier th@n th0u

    I wouldn't agree that people dont have time to setup a good patch for them. When you can chase an artist sound, it'd be much easier to please yourself with your own sound. I'd rather feel that maybe you like the artist so much that you would want to sound like him rather take influence from him. Having influence and trying to come up with your own could take your miles. It's my opinion. I could be wrong.
     
  17. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    oth sides ahvea point - personally - all my fav. patches are my own - but foten ive ahd this little curiosity - wat exactly is this guy doing - and then i try to find it - thats all i want aptch libraries for
     
  18. sayanakaharry

    sayanakaharry Forum Leader

    anyone knows any place for zoom 707II patches??
     
  19. aysh

    aysh -|h3 ori9in4| (ui!aris-|-

    and rp200a also plz
     
  20. deathdr_87

    deathdr_87 Awesome Guitarist

    rp and zoom patches are easily avialale on the net - do a search or check out harmony-ceentral
     

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