Run through a classic amp model, a 4×12 cabinet combined with a tape simulator and a spring reverb, this setting is still relatively clean and shows the nature of the instrument very nicely.
A classic sound for any riff-driven song. This setting includes compression, amp/cab simulation, delay and of course, the unmistakable wah-wah.
A quite distorted sound saturated with reverb, various amp/cam simulation and a knob for an optional phaser effect.
A round but bright staccato-like sound that brings you right back to the golden age of funk in the 70s. Wah-wah and tape delay!
Just like the name implies, this preset brings out the Clavinet’s string-sound in great way. Perfect for rhythmic passages or guitar-like riffs. A true funk sound, at its best!
Tremolo, inverse reverb and a subtle chorus makes this setting the perfect match for a modern soulful ballad.
The factory CA direct in setting.
The factory CB direct in setting.
The factory DA direct in setting.
The factory DB direct in setting.
A quite unfiltered signal amplified by a low-gain amp and a classic 4×12 cabinet. A very allround sound that works in anything from a soul ballad to a funk song.
Direct in signal with optional knobs for tremolo settings.
A stomp box and a vintage amp give this preset an extra gritty sound, perfect for leads, staccato-playing or general riffing.
A classic amp and a 1×8 speaker simulation together with vibrato and spring reverb produce a distinctly distorted, very vintage and organ-like sound. Works well in anything from a ballad-scenario to an uptempo 70s rock song.
Hi Gain Distortion:
A slightly muffled sound with a roll-off on the highs.
With its obvious tremolo and bright reverb, this setting brings out the bell-like sound in the Pianet. Great for a jazzy ballad!
With its strong fuzz and phaser saturation, this sound almost elevates in the stereo field. Great for anything from big, open chords to tight funky riffs.
A relatively clean sound that combines a classic cabinet with a delicate room reverb. Allround!
It doesn’t get funkier than this. Wah-wah, classic amp/cab combo, tape delay and moderate compression produces a sound that brings you right back to the 70s.
A tremolo-driven sound perfect for any ambient composition.