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Download 15 GP6 Guitar Presets Free of Charge

Download 15 GP6 Guitar Presets Free of Charge

Following the requests of a great many users, the Arobas Music Artistic Team has concocted a selection of professional-grade presets for you to install into Guitar Pro 6. From Jimi Hendrix to Led Zeppelin or Iron Maiden, enjoy the sounds of legendary guitars when you play or write your music scores.

How do I install new Presets in Guitar Pro 6?

1. Click on the image to download the Presets folder

(Zip file – 17 KB)

2. Go to the Guitar Pro 6 “Preferences”

  • On Windows/Linux: menu File > Preferences > Open the Presets directory
  • On Mac: menu Guitar Pro > Preferences > Open the Presets directory

preset-dialog

3. Copy & paste the content of the Presets folder into the My Presets folder.

4. Load up your new Presets.

On the Effects panel, roll down the menu located above the effects chain, then choose Load user-defined preset.

Enjoy your Presets!

List of Presets

Jimi_Hendrix-Lead_Echoplex.preset
Jimi_Hendrix-Lead_Wah.preset
Jimi_Hendrix-Little_Wing-Clean.preset
Jimi_Hendrix-Little_Wing-Clean_Leslie.preset
Jimi_Hendrix-Little_Wing-Lead.preset
Judas_Priest-Lead.preset
Judas_Priest-Rhythm.preset
Led_Zeppelin-Hot_Drive.preset
Led_Zeppelin-Soft_Drive.preset
Maiden-1.preset
Maiden-Lead-1.preset
Maiden-Lead-2.preset
Nirvana-Distortion.preset
Rory_Gallagher-Lead.preset
ZZTop-Overdrive.preset

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7 comments
  1. Dan Moyer - April 13, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    I’ve got GP 6.1.2 r11038 (03/19/2012)

    Downloaded the presets (Thanks!!).

    Got to step 4: “Load up your new Presets”

    Clicked on every title and button on the screen, and could not produce the menu you show in your screen shot. Could not find “Load user-defined preset”, anywhere. You need to include a “Step 3a: How to bring up the Menu shown in the screen shot”.

    Thanks,

    Dan Moyer

  2. Kartapus - April 14, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    Et une dernière chose, A quand les sous-répertoires pris en compte dans son répertoire My Presets parce que dans mlon cas j’en suis à 213 presets alors je vous raconte pas la fenetre qui s’ouvre dans GP6. Je verrais bien un truc de ce type pris en compte par GP6 (je crée mes répertoire sous Windows et GP6 peut gérer l’exploration) :

    My Presets
    |
    – Guitars
    |
    – Nirvana
    – Metallica
    – …
    – Basses
    |
    – Nirvana
    – Metallica
    – …
    – Drums
    an so on … so let’s go please 😉

  3. adrien - April 15, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    Hi Dan, which language do you use to run GP6? I advise you to contact us on the support attaching a screenshot of your interface: http://www.guitar-pro.com/en/index.php?pg=contact. Thanks.

  4. wiat - September 17, 2012 at 9:08 pm

    hey awesome thanks!!! please make some blink presets!

  5. Soul - February 12, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    how can i create my own presets and then upload them?

  6. adrien - February 13, 2013 at 10:10 am

    Hi Soul,

    It’s quite simple actually:

    1. create your own preset on GP6 by going to the effect area (effect pedal pictogram on the left side of your interface). Here, you can add various amps, effects and master tunnings to your guitar tracks to work on your sound.

    2. to save a preset, go to the drop-down menu on top of the effect area (by default this drop-down menu should display a mention like “Steel Reverb Pick”) and click on “save a user-defined preset” option.

    3. then, to use a use your own preset in the future, go back to the drop-down menu and click on “Load user-defined preset” to look for your preset among the list.

    Hope this helps,
    Thank you.

  7. Johnny Paulick - July 3, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    Kommer til afsnit..2..Kan åbne mappen “present” hvor jeg kan se alle de hentede filer …Jeg kopierer dem …Men hvordan sætter jeg dem så ind… Der er ingen steder jeg kan indsætte filerne..?

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