#4
haven't been able to play with it yet...will find out after work.

This one is different in that it has an extra switch: Normal <-> MOSFET modes...haven't actually played with them yet, but the mosfet mode is said to "increase muscle and definition in the mid range". It's supposedly not a huge difference, but just something a little extra.
#6
Quote by electrik
Awesome. What will you be running it into?


Epi Lp/Gretsch Tennessee Rose ->

crybaby -> Fulldrive -> Blues Driver -> DD-3 -> DD-20 ->

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe/Vox AC15
Last edited by tstrebeck at Mar 13, 2007,
#8
MOSFET mode? Probably just an area of the tone amplified because a MOSFET is a transistor..

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#10
Quote by mr_hankey
Damn, I need one of those.

Have fun with it!


Definitely will...I was so torn between this and the Modded TS9's...one day I will have a tube screamer, just so I can say I have one. Plus I'm sure I will love it.
#11
Niiiiiiiiiiiiice..
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#13
May I ask how much you got it for?
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#14
Quote by R_H_C_P
May I ask how much you got it for?


yep, 209 including shipping from ebay, brand new.

Also...during lunch I hooked it up to my Vox AC15 w/ my Epi Les Paul and it sounded great, so I am really, really anxious to plug it up to my Hot Rod Deluxe (my favorite) with my Tennessee Rose and the LP....