#1
HEY! I have a nice old 60 watt pearl amp(it was my dads) and well i was wondering if anyone as any experience using a route 66 pedal with a solid state amp... im looking for a nice drive sound kinda faces ron wood or later tim rogers(who i know uses this pedal) i cant afford a valve amp now but will be getting one when i get my job (amp after my new acustic) thanx all!
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#3
yea but from listenin to the samples online i assume there using valve amps and tim rogers uses a valve amp....so would this pedal still give me that soud i have heard from it and liked??????

(and i Know the pedal will differ greatly from an amp let alone valve 2 solid state)...... it is and OD pedal and im lead to belive they are made mainly for valve amps correct?


Ty airborne for ur quick reply
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#4
Bump........anyone?
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#5
Yeah, the Route 66 isn't built for SS, it's effects will be limited.

I suggest saving up for a nice tube...140 bucks is a big step towards a tube amp, you can get a used Blues Junior or Peavey Classic 30 if you save up another 140.
That's what I'd do.
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#7
thanx That_Pink_Queen. spose my only prob is i live in Australia and for a decent vavle combo im lookin at like $1500 atleast....is a blues junior loud enough to play in a band (with drums?)
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#8
^Yeah, it should work for up to a small gig, and you can mic it...
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#9
cool! but what about just in my garage? and what are the laney vc 30's like? i play alot of who, beatles, stones and you am i stuff
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#10
Maybe getting a tube-driven overdrive instead of a new amp.
There are several.
Seymour Duncan just released the Twin Tube Classic
All Tonebone stuff.
Mesa V-twin
Electro-Harmonix English Muff'n

Those are just a few that come to my head.
Fender '82 Walnut Strat
Fender '65 Twin Reverb Reissue
Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive
EHX English Muff'n
Boss DD-6
#11
ty....does anyone no any thing bout the vc30's?
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