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    Here's from the manual about the DV.

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    phat mod = crap, ask Vince. non phat ld1 recto, one of my favourite recto tones, it is awesome.

    reverse the phat mod. do it.

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    It’s just removing a few components, right? Should be easy.

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    I know this is a IV, but if the TriAxis can nail this sound, fucking hell.

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    Yeah, pretty sure it can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zepp View Post
    I have the Version 2 with Phat Mod. Seems a lot of guys reverse the Phat Mod. I just got mine and it’s the first one I’ve owned, so I don’t know the difference.
    Yo Zepp! Congrats on the Triaxis, you're going to love it!! I've owned a few TAs over the years. My current one is the same as yours, V2 with the Phat Mod. James has V2 with the recto board with the phat mod removed, and honestly his Lead 1 Red is superior. I've been considering getting mine modded as the Lead 1 Red mode is really poor sounding, but honestly it's the only mode I don't use, and coupled with the fact that all 3 Lead 2 modes are just so amazing, I just ignore that one mode.

    One more point, I've used a TA with 2:90s, 50/50s, and with the 2:50. All 3 definitely make the Triaxis sound better than running it through an effects return of a head, but I have to say the 2:90 is head and shoulders above the other two. If you haven't played the TA with Deep and Modern turned on, you're missing out!

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Nice!

    Non triaxis owner, what exactly IS the Dynamic Voicing, other than "not exactly the same as a 5-band EQ"?
    A 5 band V with too much bass. I still like it at 7.5 or 8 with a tubescreamer out in front.

    Quote Originally Posted by 7 Dying Trees View Post
    phat mod = crap, ask Vince. non phat ld1 recto, one of my favourite recto tones, it is awesome.

    reverse the phat mod. do it.
    Yep.

    One last point, run the input gain on the Triaxis, the first digital encoder, down at 4.5 or 5, and hit it with a boost in front. Instant glorious metal. If you run it higher at 7 or 7.5, the Triaxis definitely has more input gain, but it's not as tight and focused as running a boost out in front.

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