#1
Really? I've been reading posts saying that plopping this in front of a tube head makes the gain crazy, but wouldn't it just sound like a complete mess? Anyone have any sound samples? I was curious.
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#2
Depends on the amp I guess. On high gain amps (ENGL, 5150, ...) I doubt it would do much good.
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#3
The trick is setting the level on the TS high and the gain low, so it pushes the pre-amp tibes into more gain. Most metal bands do this, it's the standard technique for getting more gain out of your amp.
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#4
gives it a nice boost, sounds good if you put it in front of a bit of gain
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#5
Well I'm running a valveking head with JJ's and it has enough gain for me really, I'm not a fan of the van halen stuff, just like a deep "breathing" gain.

Tube Screamer fancy that? I'm not about to lug the half stack to the guitar store.
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