Chris Laney Signature Presets

Chris Laney Signature Presets
• Go to www.coreblade.net/downloads
• Download CL_Signature.zip to your
local drive
• Unzip CL_Signature.zip to an empty
USB-Stick
How to access the demo presets
Chris Laney,
Below the STICK button on Coreblade ’s
front panel you’ll find a USB port that
accepts a USB stick. You can plug it in before
powering the amp up or while it’s up and
running. The light on the STICK button
flashes three times to tell you the memory
stick is good to go and usable data has been
detected on the memory stick.
The AMP button lights up to tell you that
Coreblade has detected the memory stick.
Rather than automatically switching over
to the memory stick, the amp will continue
using its internal presets. To access the sounds
on the memory stick, all you have to do is
press the STICK button. It will light up and
wait for you to select a preset using the FSM
432 (A, B, C, or D), or copy the presets from
the stick to the internal memory using the
COPY MEMORY function on the back of the
amp, please see user manual.
such as mp3s, pictures, or videos can lead
to data loss.
• Do not connect a mobile phone, digital
camera, MP3 player or any storage medium
other than a USB stick to Coreblade, we
can’t guarantee that another storage media
will keep your data safe.
Please note
Almost all USB sticks formatted in standard
FAT-16 or FAT-32 formats will work, apart
from U3-type sticks that are designed to run
computer programs without prior installation.
They can cause conflicts. Note: The USB
port is sited very close to the bottom edge
of the housing. Very thick USB sticks may
not fit, but this location’s benefit outweighs
that drawback: Standard flat memory sticks
sit securely and snuggly right on the panel so
they won’t break off.
• CL_Signature.zip will create a folder
called Coreblade. This Folder contains the
memory.dat with the signature presets, and
another folder called Backup. Coreblade
automatically saves all internal presets into
this folder when you copy presets from a
stick to the amp, see user manual.
• Don´t rename the folders or the memory.dat
• Please use your chosen memory stick only to
store Coreblade presets. Storing other files
Which USB sticks work
Preset List
Preset
1A
1B
1C
1D
2A
2B
2C
2D
Name
Preset
Rawk Rythm 3 A
Rawk Solo
3B
Rawk Close
3C
Rawk Wide
3D
Who
4A
Doubled
4B
Single
4C
Wide
4D
Name
Preset
Def
5A
Def Twang
5B
Def Anonamyous 5 C
Def Melody
5D
Mega
6A
Mega Solo
6B
Mega Double
6C
Mega Wide
6D
Name
Preset
74
7A
74 Solo
7B
74 Double
7C
74 Wide
7D
Edgesque Clean
8A
Edgesque Dist
8B
Edgesque Mean
8C
Edgesque Killer
8D
Name
Preset
70s Cleaner 9 A
70s Dist
9B
70s Mean
9C
70s Killer
9D
Metal
10 A
More Metal 10 B
Metal Solo
10 C
Ultra Metal 10 D
Name
Turbo Judas
Turbo 2
Turbo Solo
Turbo Double
Scooped
Scooped Dealy
Scooped Phase
Scooped Chorus
Preset
11 A
11 B
11 C
11 D
Name
Weird
Weirder
Even More Weird
Crazy
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