Browse Helix Models and Effects
Helix currently supports 72 amplifier models, 194 effects, 37 speaker cab models, and 16 microphones. On top of all that you also have the ability to load Impulse Responses (IRs) that you can grab from free or paid sources. Go have fun.
Tweed Blues Nrm (Fender® Bassman® (normal channel))
The Bassman is a legendary, iconic guitar amp built by Leo Fender. It started its life as a bass guitar amp, but was loved by guitar players as well. The 4x10 Bassman is perhaps the gold standard for blues and rockabilly players. Future designs of Marshall Amps would begin with the Bassman and take it to the next level.
This model represents the amp's tone plugging into the "normal" input, meant for bass guitar.
View the Fender Bassman product page on Amazon.
Image source: Chicago Music Exchange
From Joost Assink: I had set myself the goal to master all the parts in the epic final solo of Hotel California in my downtime during this crisis. I found out there are 11 parts!! (6 electric guitars, 2 acoustic guitars, 1 bass part, the organ part and of course programming drums). Well, it took a little longer than expected. I recorded all electric guitars and the bass using line 6 helix into an Apollo X8. I recorded the acoustic guitars with a stereo set of Neumann KM184s and I mixed everything in the new Universal Audio Luna DAW. I used a custom patch based on the tweed amp with a custom IR for all the electric guitars and I use the standard Cali 1 bass preset for the bass guitar. For the solos, I enabled a tube screamer, and for the telecaster parts, I added the script mod phaser pedal. For the reggae rhythm, I enabled the Wah pedal in a fixed position and for the supporting electric guitar lines, I added a little bit of chorus. Here's a free link to the IR used in the Youtube video:Youtube
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Dimed Tweed Les Paul
|Direct (Recording, Headphone, PA)||From Joost Assink: I had set myself the goal to master all the parts in the epic final solo of Hotel California in my downtime during this crisis. I found out there are 11 parts!! (6 electric guitars, 2 acoustic guitars, 1 bass part, the organ part and of course programming drums). Well, it took…||Jorge||204||1|
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