#1
Im buying so much shit its ridiculous as many of you know I just got a Friedman PT, and ive also been keeping my eye out for a multiamp as ive heard great things, and let me tell you, its better than most people say, its better than what I thought it was going to be. Its so easy to use, sounds great, has a built in poweramp which I LOVE. Its stupidly loud, the best tone in it in my OP are the boogie style tones, they nail it here, the cleans are great, it does marshalls very well also. If you know how to use it, it can hold its own against an axe fx, I actually prefer this over the axe fx, mainly because of how much more simple it is to use and its half the price, it might not have as many options in it but to me the axe fx has a bit too many but thats just me I would HIGHLY recommend this to anybody, I paid 800 for it. I got the stereo version but I run it mono through a 4x12. The effects are very good too, its replaced a lot of my pedals, but I still use my wah/digitech drop. LOVE IT!!!!
#5
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I'd kill to have the money he's thrown down on gear the last week or two
(don't mean it insultingly or anything man

Its cool, actually made me laugh out loud, bravo my dear sir!
#7
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Seriously though man
You've got one hell of a set-up now
Congrats man!

Thanks!
#8
Again

HNAD
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#10
Someone had one of these Multiamps at a booth at NAMM. I think they're Italian, right? It's Yet Another modeling gizmo, and I think we're going to see a tsunami of these showing up over the next few years, because the DSPs are becoming more powerful (and cheaper) and the algorithms easier to duplicate.

There's a definite marketing gap between the Mustang/Line 6 Spider style cheap combo modeling amps and the higher end Pod/Axe/Kemper type in terms of simplicity of operation with better sound quality. Probably see a dozen or more of these at the next winter NAMM as manufacturers scramble for market share.
#11
Nice score man. HNAD
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#12
nice
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#13
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Someone had one of these Multiamps at a booth at NAMM. I think they're Italian, right? It's Yet Another modeling gizmo, and I think we're going to see a tsunami of these showing up over the next few years, because the DSPs are becoming more powerful (and cheaper) and the algorithms easier to duplicate.

There's a definite marketing gap between the Mustang/Line 6 Spider style cheap combo modeling amps and the higher end Pod/Axe/Kemper type in terms of simplicity of operation with better sound quality. Probably see a dozen or more of these at the next winter NAMM as manufacturers scramble for market share.

Yep, its italian, I like higher end modeling stuff so Im excited to see whats gonna come up.