#1
I was messing around the other day and I was about to plug in my rp80 (ya, it sounds like crap but its fun to play with) and I didnt cuz I wasnt sure if it would be bad for my amp. Is it okay to run it through a tube amp?
#2
It will not hurt it.
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#4
rp80's don;t sound like crap...it's just a matter of tweaking. And yes they are fun to play with. What I hate about a lot of digital processor is the delay between switches. It won't hurt it as long as you don't have the volume settings too high on the rp 80...I think. What I hate about tube amps is probably the same thing everyone else hates...the tubes. Tubes are a bitch to replace and expensive but the sound you get out of a tube amp can not be emulated no matter what kind of processor you have. Crank the drive, sit back and take the ride!
#5
Quote by WeR138
rp80's don;t sound like crap...it's just a matter of tweaking. And yes they are fun to play with. What I hate about a lot of digital processor is the delay between switches. It won't hurt it as long as you don't have the volume settings too high on the rp 80...I think. What I hate about tube amps is probably the same thing everyone else hates...the tubes. Tubes are a bitch to replace and expensive but the sound you get out of a tube amp can not be emulated no matter what kind of processor you have. Crank the drive, sit back and take the ride!
Tubes arent really hard and expensive.
#6
depends how many bulbs you have to replace and if you don't know what your doing then you have to pay some tech to do it for you. I like to keep it simple.
#7
^Lol, bulbs.
But, unless you have a higher wattage tube amp, you usually don't have alot of tubes to replace.
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