#1
i got my keeley twilight modded metal zone a month or two ago, and the triple diode mode is what my heart desires

sound clip here: http://www.robertkeeley.com/product.php?id=16 (at the top)


however, playing the pedal on my black star ht-5, it doesn't have that huge tone that the sound clip does. i'm thinking/hoping its because i have a 10 inch speaker, and that sound clip was likely recorded on a 4 x 12 cab?
Last edited by SpeedLives at Nov 20, 2009,
#4
From experience: 4x12 cabs sound much bigger and fuller than smaller cabs. When I record, I record one guitar track with a 4x12 and one with a 2x12.
#5
I would not use a distortion pedal with the HT-5 because the onboard gain the amp has is better sounding.
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#6
You absolutely do not need a 4x12, no. Even a 1x12 will sound a lot fuller, as 10" speakers are brighter and considerably less bassy than their 12" equivalents.
Also, the clips probably are less to do with the speakers used, and more to do with the amp itself.

I recommend a 2x12 if you can afford it, otherwise a 1x12.