#1
Hey guys,

Bit of a random idea:

The BBE Sonic Stomp tweaks the signal and add's clarity from using it normally in my setup.

I don't know whether or not this would acheive anything or not, but...

How about sticking the BBE between the amp's speaker output and the speaker??

So the final tone before being sent to the speaker would be ran through the BBE?

Apologies if this is a bit odd and it may not even work / blow something up! haha!
#2
Something might get fried, so I suggest you don't try it.
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#3
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Something might get fried, so I suggest you don't try it.


Yeah, i wasn't sure, but i'm not gonna risk frying my dual recto,lol!

Just an idea!

Cheers
#5
It'd be ideal to have it between your preamp and poweramp, I love that thing though.
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Both the amp and the pedal will die loudly and violently.


Yeah. If you do it, make sure you get it on video.
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Yeah. If you do it, make sure you get it on video.


Good idea.
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You never know... you guys will get a good laugh out of this! When I was like 19 or so (years ago!), my rig was a '79 100W Marshall re-amped into a '73 Fender Dual Showman head, then into 2 4X12s. No one ever told me I had to use a load box or anything with the pre-amp out I added to the Marshall. I ran that Marshall almost wide open for OVER A YEAR of practices & gigs before it finally blew the output transformer. Nothing connected to the speaker outputs AT ALL!! What an idiot I was. Oh, well. It cost me a week's pay to fix it, & the tech clued me in about amp loads. That's certainly a testament to the quality of the OLD Marshalls.
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#10
Stomp boxes are made for the low signal level of guitars not high wattage speaker loads. First your box would fry then with no load the amp.
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Both the amp and the pedal will die loudly and violently.

Quite. Either "buzzzzAAAT hisssssshhhhh", and then fire, or "crrriiiccccccrrrkkk keerrrrZAWWWP" and electrocution death.
#12
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It'd be ideal to have it between your preamp and poweramp, I love that thing though.


In other words, in an effects loop! Does your amp have one?

I use a BBE Boosta Grande that I use to boost my signal for solos without changing the tone to any really noticeable degree.

Because my amp is Solid State (Randall G3), putting it in line between the guitar and the amp makes f-all of a difference. There is so much gain on that amp, that driving the input to a hotter level is just plain silly. The net result is just more fuzz and not any more level.

I put it in my effects loop (between the preamp and the power amp), which simply drives the power amp harder, and the difference in level can be as huge as I want it to be. The boost is, as I wanted, tonally quite transparent.

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