#1
I am planning in the long run to run my guitar through two seperate outputs to basically thicken my tones, most likely I'll run one into a Vox AC30 and the other into a marshall. Considering I'm the only guitar in my band, it would seriously help out. The problem is I know what I want to do but, I'm broke.... I was wondering if anyone had an idea of a way I could do this rather cheaply, or if there was some kind of modeling gear that could emulate this? Honestly, any advice would be nice.
#2
PODs?
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Girl (Ned/chav) annoying me on the bus.

Me "Have you ever bled out your arse-hole?"

Her: Facial expression was priceless - "What??! Noo!"

Me: "Well if you want to keep it that way, **** off."

She then turned away and whimpered.
#3
There is modeling gear that claims it can copy Vox and Marshall but they are usually rubbish. The only thing to do is save up the money really, i mean you could do with one or the other for the moment
MIA Fender Strat
Yamaha FG-450S
Crafter 12 string
Orange Rocker 30 combo
Vox AC30CC2
Epi Valve Junior
Fulltone Clyde
Danelectro Free Speech
T.C. Electronic Vintage Dual Distortion
Boss MIJ GE-7 (c1987)
Boss TU2
MXR Phase 90
Artec delay
#4
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PODs?



+1 line 6 has their stuff down
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neither is great. The Fender is bad though, unlike the Behringer which sounds so bad that it makes you want to stab out your own eardrums with a blunt pencil . hope that was helpful.


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