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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by M3CHK1LLA, Feb 28, 2013.
Waiting on tax money. I'll post for real pics when I get it.
Just ordered an Oni Essi 8. And ordering a DD500 later today probably.
My behringer chainsaw pedal is glitching out (surprise!! shock!!) so I'm on the hunt for a real Boss HM-2.
Incoming Peavey Triple XXX 120-watt head with black diamond face-plate.
I always loved those kinda mods on the XXX.
scored a revv 100p
tryna find an amp with a similar flavor to the peavey jsx but with with a bit of a different lean. probably just gonna buy another jsx after I get a recording PC set up lol
This thing is awesome.
How do you like The Wash?
It’s the one Verb/Delay combination pedal i actually find interesting
Considering grabbing one of the Mooer micro pre-amp pedals to try and improve the bedroom chugability of my Yamaha thr10x. Not sure if I need the Radar cab/poweramp sim, or if just one of these lil thingies directly, using the yamaha as a speaker, would be sufficient.
It only does one thing but that one thing is really cool and nothing else does it. If you put a chorus before it on some extreme settings it sounds like a swarm of whale calls, which is totally useful.
Whale call metal... taking the crown from djazz
This just made me want it more I’ve got an E-Bow too so whale calls here i come.
Fudjent the Whale chugz the hits.
Hendrix kick + Peter Thorn mention took me to a Keeley Monterey Rotary Fuzz Vibe
gojira did it first
I kinda want to try a Tech 21 Blonde or Joyo American Sound as a clean preamp.
I really want the Keystone Exchanger.
I picked up this obscure hand built, single channel, 100w head and matching 412 oversized cab. I’ll probably make a thread for this once I’ve had a little time to figure out what the hell it is
It kinda reminds me of my old VHT Deliverance 120, but maybe in form moreso than tone. The pots are usable across the entire sweep, and actually sounded pretty fucking awesome dimed (minus the master and boost). Master volume is excellent. Now that I’ve got it clean, new tubes, and verified that it’s safe to operate, I want to crank it when I get home from work.
Very interesting, all point to point, has aspects that look like it’s from the 50’s and others that make it look new.
Wooden standoffs do kinda make it look like a home made job.
The dual eq’s is really cool. What’s it like? Big loud clean amp, or any significant level of gain?