Jon Deiley of Northlane has joined forces with STL Tones to create his own personal Signature Axe Fx Bundle. Using 5 of Jon’s go to guitar amp/cab/pedal setups, we worked together in the studio to create a signature collection that cater for all of Jon’s playing styles, wether it be in a studio, or for live shows. Jon’s personal bundle contains 68 presets.
The producer series, developed by STL Tones, is a series of meticulously crafted Kemper and Axe Fx bundles, combined with state of the art outboard gear, microphones, pedals, and mixing tools, implemented to get you as close to the producer's personal guitar tones as possible.
Jon Deiley is the main songwriter for ARIA award winning, chart topping prog metal band Northlane whose name is synonymous with complex rhythms, thundering hi-gain, detuned riffs, sparking delay and reverb combinations.
Please note, there is no post-processing done in any of our audio reference clips. These are the raw profile tones.
THE PROCESS -
We used a unique routing design with custom Pink Noise and Sine Sweep samples, that allowed for maximum clarity and accuracy when creating these presets. With constant adjustments and multiple tone matches to ensure we got optimum results.
- Axe-Fx II MKI/II, XL/XL+ Quantum firmware 10.0.1 and up.
- AX8 presets included.
- Axe-Fx III Presets included.
NOTE- You will receive detailed instructions on how to correctly import the presets.
MKI/II Axe-Fx users should note that User Cab memory for your units only go up to 132 cabs. To compensate, these presets are bundled 1-100, 1-50 in 2 different folders, for any artist or producer bundles that are above 100 presets.
All amp brands are trademarked by their respective owners and are in no way affiliated with STL Tones. You are purchasing a license to use these profiles for your own personal and/or professional use. These profiles are not for resale or any unlicensed distribution, free or compensated. The Fractal Axe Fx simply seek to re-create the sound of the amplifiers listed and any use of the brand names is strictly for comparison and descriptive purposes.