There is not a factory reset feature of the ToneWoodAmp as all settings can easily be reverted and saved to their default settings. 

In most cases, this is all that is needed. If somehow the firmware or effects become corrupted, a USB Reprogram can be performed. 

Please contact support@tonewoodamp.com for assistance with this process. 

 

Effects Parameter Values (Factory Settings):

 

There are 8 built-in effects with 3 Parameters, Volume/Gain, and 10 memory slots per effect. Each effect has its own dedicated memory locations.

 

When you adjust the settings for any effect, those new values must be saved to memory or they will be reset to the default values when the ToneWoodAmp is turned off.

 

Remember to save these settings to Memory#1 (using overwrite) in order to create your new "default" settings.

 

Additional effect settings can be saved to other memory locations (2-10).

 

For instructions on overwriting effects, please watch the following video

How to Save and Load Effects.

 

*The numbers in brackets are the default factory values of each effect

 

Hall Reverb (Gain 12, Volume 20)

 

Decay – Length of the reverb (18)

Pre-delay – How quickly the reverb gets triggered (10)

Hi cut – Attenuates the treble, acts as a filter from bright to dark (5)

 

Room Reverb (Gain 10, Volume 20)

 

Decay – Length of the reverb (22)

Pre-delay –How quickly the reverb gets triggered (4)

Hi cut – Attenuates the treble, acts as a filter from bright to dark (25)

 

Plate Reverb (Gain 9, Volume 20)

 

Decay – Length of the reverb (23)

Pre-delay – How quickly the reverb gets triggered (0)

Hi cut – Attenuates the treble, acts as a filter from bright to dark (10)

 

Delay (Gain 10, Volume 18)

 

Speed – Time between repeats (11)

Feedback – Number of repeats (11)

Reverb – A basic reverb on top of the delay (9)

 

Tremolo/Delay (Gain 15, Volume 20)

 

Rate – How fast/speed  (9)

Depth – How noticeable or aggressive the tremolo is (25)

Delay – Time between repeats (5)

 

Leslie Style Tremolo (Gain 12, Volume 20)

 

Rate – How fast/speed (9)

Depth – How noticeable or aggressive the tremolo is (25)

Reverb – A basic reverb on top of the tremolo (25)

 

Auto-Wah (Gain 12, Volume 20)

 

Sensitivity – Effect sensitivity to your playing (25)

Envelope – Attack, decay, sustain, release (23)

Reverb – A basic reverb on top of the effect (10)

 

Overdrive (Gain 19, Volume 18)

 

Drive (25)

Filter (25)

Reverb (16)

 

DSP Bypass (Gain 15, Volume 0)

   

DSP Bypass is not an effect. Is it useful as a method of muting or bypassing the internal DSP Effects. 



Other Default Settings:


Master Gain (Global Settings)


Default Master Gain: 50%

 

Notch Filters

 

Notch Low (Cut 0)

Notch High (Cut 17), (Frequency =930Hz)