Joey Bradford (The Used) - ToneHub Pack

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Joey Bradford

Joey Bradford is the lead guitarist for US rock band The Used.

Pack features

As lead guitar player for The Used, Joey Bradford has a wide variety of tones in his palette. Joining the band for their ‘Live At Maida Vale’ EP and the tours that preceded it in 2018 he had a 7 album back catalogue to be able to replicate. Prior to this Joey learnt his trade having served tenures with both Thrice and Atreyu. This is all experience Joey has drawn upon with his writing debut with The Used on their 2020 album, Heartwork. This variety of influences and range of tones are all represented in his Tonehub artist pack, which has a total of 44 presets from Joeys personal amp and cabinet setups.

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Included with your purchase of the ToneHub plugin, get the Joey Bradford Preset Pack, absolutely free! Simply add this pack to your cart, along with the ToneHub plugin in the same purchase, and enter ‘STLTONEHUB’ discount code at checkout.
Note: this offer does not work in conjunction with the Rewards Program discount. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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System requirements

  • STL ToneHub Plug-In is required to use this preset pack.
  • We have a strict no refund or exchange policy, all sales are final.
  • Minimum Requirements Mac OS 10.9 or Windows 7
  • Free iLok License Manager and iLok account needed.
  • No iLok usb dongle required.
  • 3 activations available per user. 


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