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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Michael, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. cardinal

    cardinal F# Dive Bomber

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    Hope I'm finally set on my bass rig.

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    StevenC SS.org Regular

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    I am so jealous of your Cali76!
     
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    narad Owned a Zune

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    Don't you have one?
     
  4. cardinal

    cardinal F# Dive Bomber

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    It's pretty cool. I'm still working with it to see how best I like to use it. Right now it's just acting as a limiter, only really lighting up when I'm hammering away on the low B string or digging in with the Q-Tron active.

    But it's hard to make sound "bad," but it definitely can do a variety of different things to the tone and feel of things.
     
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    kreaturesleeper SS.org Regular

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    I spent a good amount of time consolidating my pedal board. Here is my minimalist setup at the moment. IMG_20191018_124817_214-1209x1437.jpg
     
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    cardinal F# Dive Bomber

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    Pretty cool! Love the SD-1. How are you using the dbx? In the amp's loop? For limiting? I've been kicking around tying out a 160xl
     
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    kreaturesleeper SS.org Regular

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    I run it in the loop as a noise gate
     
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    StevenC SS.org Regular

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    Yeah, but not a big one. Bigger gear=bigger tone, haven't you figured out that's why you like your VH4 so much? Ever heard of oversized cabs. There's more headroom inside.
     
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    ricky bobby SS.org Regular

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    Basement rig is a hot mess right now. Heres whats left of my sanctuary.
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  10. narad

    narad Owned a Zune

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    How do you feel about the Rockerverb vs the other Oranges? Just missed out on an mkII for $750 I was really debating about.
     
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    You would think that having 4 Orange amps laying around the house I would have played a Rockerverb at some point but I have not. With that said I haven't played an Orange I haven't liked so I'm sure the Rockerverb is solid. Personally I'm a huge fan of the preamp in my Dark Terror. I'd love to get my hands on a Dual Dark and see what those are all about.
     
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    narad Owned a Zune

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    The Dual Dark is actually the only one I've tried, in a loud music shop. It didn't really impress much. I had pretty high expectations, but the channel with the proper EQ I could have thrown out entirely. The other one with the weird midrange control sounded a bit better IIRC. I know that's on another amp - maybe the TH series? But maybe the Dark Terror pre as well.

    I could have liked the amp much better in a different environment though, hard to say.
     
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    Yeah the Dark Terror and Thunderverb both have the single eq control. It's pretty much useless on my Thunderverb but i like it quite a bit on the terror. Bummer about the Dual Dark. Maybe it's magic in the terror is you can crank the power section. I'll have to wait until I can try one out.
     
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    It'a Roland TD15 drum kit with Roland cymbals and Karrace pads
     
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    66905D42-9B13-4B47-B6D3-7AC7AF4E820B.jpeg Ran Crusher 8 and Kemper rack unit through a Mackie monitor.
     
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    297ED2A1-94E0-4520-92D7-D3E544F36F4D.jpeg Ibanez RG9 through a Krank Nineteen80 halfstack.
     
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    @zwen Well-Known Member

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    Strictly 7 Cobra custom build into an Axe FX Ultra running through an Atomic tube powered monitor.
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    SloeGin SS.org Regular

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    What Mackie monitor is it?
    How do you like it?
    Thanks!
     

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