TSE X50 is a digital emulation of a famous US guitar amp.
Because two almost similar amps were made, both red channels are modeled. The green channel is modeled after the first make. You can't go wrong with this amp for metal! Read the included manual for more info. Modeled/Programmed in C++ by onQel (John Adrian Johansen).
- Input Level: Control the incoming (guitar) signal. Value of 1.0 = +0dB and 2.0 = +6dB
- Output Level: Control the outgoing (amp) signal.
- PreGain: Preamp gain, this is the main dirt control of the amp.
- Low, Mid, High: Tonestack/Equalizer
- PostGain: Volume/PA overdrive.
- LowEnd: The amount of resonance in the (modeled) speaker (~70Hz)
- Presence: The amount of presence, 1kHz and up
- Red Ch. Mode switch: Change between MK1 and MK2 version of the red channel (only)
- PreAmp switch: Bypass the preamp-section. Read more about this further down!
- PowerAmp switch: Bypass the poweramp-section. Read more about this further down!
- PowerTubes switch: Change between 6L6GC/EL34 tubes in the PowerAmp model.
- Quality switch: 'LO' and 'HI' setting. HI setting removes additional aliasing.
- Stereo switch: Process two guitars at once. They must be hard-panned left/right to avoid
- bleed between channels! Panning should be done in the IR-loader or by channel routing.