#2
cleans seem a bit dark
also you look like Nevel from the harry potter movies.
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#4
Noice mate.
Oh yeah, I still want you to do a chorus review!
Gear:
Ibanez RG550 20th RFR
Traynor YCV50
Fender FMT HH Tele
Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
2 1x12 custom Theile cabs
ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
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#5
^I was filming it, but there is some problems wiht my delay, so I need to have it changed.
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#7
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^I was filming it, but there is some problems wiht my delay, so I need to have it changed.

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Gear:
Ibanez RG550 20th RFR
Traynor YCV50
Fender FMT HH Tele
Mesa Boogie 2ch Triple Rectifier
2 1x12 custom Theile cabs
ISP Decimator
Krank Kranshaft
Boss BF-2 Flanger
BBE Sonic Maximizer
#8
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I was actaully filming the video review of the H2O, to have it ready for next time, but my delay started to fart on low notes, so I need to get it changed.

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nice review man! i got my orange rocker 30 a few days ago and i love it!


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#9
Great review, Gabe. That's one of the amps I've been wanting to hear for ages! Thanks for posting it
#10


Very underrated amp IMO, you don't hear much about it, even though it's such a great amp!
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#11
It definitely seems quite versatile, and I'd love to try one out, though I don't think it would be the kind of thing I'm after. Then again, I could be completely wrong and it could be perfect.
#12
^It doesn't have to be what you are after. Just that I think it's nice this amp does get some attention, it's a wonderful amp.

Next review will probably be Brown Note (if it's done) or our first bass review of a Hartke HA3500!
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#13
Oh, of course. I was thinking out loud, really. It seems to be able to do the tones I want, but I'm not sure it would do them as well as an amp designed specifically for them. That said, the versatility is definitely something that puts it into play. Would you say it would hold up well as a classic rock sort of amp?
#14
Very nice. Wide range of tones you got going there.

You got an issue with your strap though.
all the world's indeed a stage and we are merely players
#15
^I do have an issue with my strap. Hence next review:

NO STRAP FOR ME!
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#16
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^I do have an issue with my strap. Hence next review:

NO STRAP FOR ME!



Maybe you could review the strap? O_o


Nice amp, man. I'm looking forward to more reviews.
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#17
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^I do have an issue with my strap. Hence next review:

NO STRAP FOR ME!



But yeah, it isn't really necessary while sitting down.
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#18
Good review High gain stuff sounded a *little processed, but I'm sure you could change that with a bit of tweaking.

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#20
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Oh, of course. I was thinking out loud, really. It seems to be able to do the tones I want, but I'm not sure it would do them as well as an amp designed specifically for them. That said, the versatility is definitely something that puts it into play. Would you say it would hold up well as a classic rock sort of amp?


Gabe?
#21
Would it hold up for classic rock? Damn right it will!
We play classic rock more or less in my band and it works GREAT for that music. If you doubt me, listen to the Whole Lotta Love and Custard Pie soundclips. IMO it shows it can play classic rock!
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#22
I don't doubt you. Just that I wasn't too sure from the review, because there was a lot of background noise in my house when I listened to it. But thanks for that.

I've been considering a JTM45 clone from Ceriatone and an attenuator, but I was thinking that that would be sort of limited to cleans, blues and classic rock. With the TT, I'd have cleans, crunch and a nice lead for the more modern kind of stuff. It's a toughie... :/