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Gimme your EBS Fafner settings...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Beammeup, Feb 3, 2004.

  1. Beammeup


    Oct 7, 2002
    Hi Guys,

    I've seen a few members post their Fafner settings, in different forums and subjects.

    My grand masterplan is, as a service to all Fafner users, to compile these settings in one big list.

    This makes it a lot easier to review and test different sounds and settings.

    I hope that you will be helpfull and post your favourite Fafner settings in this thread.

    I'm looking forward to see your settings :hyper:

    Kind Regards
  2. well....

    i run everything at12 o'clock except the drive knob usually at around 9 o'clock..

    i like to EQ off my bass because the EQ on my GB is more powerful than the Fafners....but quite often i find my self...boosting them mids to around 3 0'clock and bass to about 2 o'clock...using an EBS 4x10. 1x15 (15F) setup....it was different when i just had a 4x10....hehe..
  3. RAM


    May 10, 2000
    Chicago, IL
    Depending on whether I'm using my Spector NS-4 or my Jerzy Drozd Mastery VI...

    Bass @ 1:00
    Mid Frequency @ 400 Hz
    Mids @ a hair past 12:00
    Treble @ between 10:00 and 11:00
    Drive @ 4
    Neither Bass nor Treble boost engaged

    Bass @ 1:00
    Mid Frequency @ 300 Hz
    Mids @ 1:00
    Treble @ 1:00
    Drive @ 3
    Neither Bass nor Treble boost engaged

    With both basses, I leave the compressor @ 10:00 and the bright @ 11:00.

  4. My last used settings are:

    (Yamaha TRB5P bass)

    gain: 12:00
    comp: 9:00
    bright: 12:00
    Bass: 2:00
    Lo Boost: OFF
    Middle: 10:00 or on stage: 2:00
    Mid Freq: 1:00 (400 Hz?)
    Trebble 11:00
    Hi Boost: IN
    Drive: 10:00-11:00
    Char: OFF
    410 Cabinet Horn: 3:00
    volume: .......about 12:00-1:00

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