#1
some of you might have seen the thread i made the other time about me having lost it with tube amps.

i'm going to start exploring modelling technology as a cheap alternative to buying numerous amps and pedals. at the moment it's working rather well in my bedroom.

soon i'll give it a shot at small live shows. i have no idea how it will perform. but i'll have backup amps just in case for now.

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#3
Awesome!

I love those!

Will you run it straight into a PA, or through an amp?


HNPD!

btw- nice pictures

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#4
if i'm going to run into PA, my (somewhat unsure) logic tells me.. everyone else has to be either miced or run in the same PA too. or else it'll be very messy.

but i'm a strong believer of running all instruments into the same output (PA) when it comes to a live show.
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#6
Quote by AkiraSpectrum
can i have it?

^_^



no.


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Last edited by daryle_goh at Aug 29, 2009,
#7
very nice It's actually quite refreshing to see someone on UG not worshipping teh tubeezz!!onE!
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#8
There is a reason why people worship the tube tone.
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#9
Quote by demitriv
There is a reason why people worship the tube tone.

that doesn't mean tube is better, though.

a couple of weeks ago i went back to my old marlin solid state amp just for a laugh and was pleasantly surprised - for a cheap amp, it's not bad at all.

hnpd - i've tried the boss GT-6 and it was alright (actually, it was quite good!), never got to try a GT-10 though - from what i've heard it seems very good though.
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#10
Quote by demitriv
There is a reason why people worship the tube tone.


I know, I'm one of them. Was merely saying a difference in opinon is always nice to have. Personally I quite like SS amps as well as tube so
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#11
Hnpd man
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#12
A friend of mine had one of those.Sounded terrible,but that's probably cos he had no idea how to use it or set it up right in the first place.
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Quote by Ian hawkins
A friend of mine had one of those.Sounded terrible,but that's probably cos he had no idea how to use it or set it up right in the first place.



it's true..... it's not easy to use.

that fact is slow hitting me hard now.
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