Here we have the Sub Pro set up with the drop D string going to a Sub octave and the trebles strings running through a compressor, expression, delay, overdrive and reverb. hear how the Sub pro can isolate the strings and fully reject those that the effect is not intended to be applied to. Three channels of audio here: An acoustic guitar, 'bass guitar' and 'lead guitar'.

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Written by Pete Roe

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