#2
the lorenzo hyperdrive is a bloody beast, tis awesomes
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#3
ive read teh reviews on the lorenzo hyperdrive, sounds awsome, but ive bought a boss MT2 just for distortion tones so i cant really buy the hyperdrive now
howbout the other ones? like envelope filter, chorus, compressor and ovtaver?
#4
ive heard good things of the chorus and compressor.... bur seriously..... ditch the mt-2 and get the HD, its sooooo much better (try it first tho, make sure its for you)
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#5
If your interested there is a Mp3 on my profile of me mucking around with the recommended settings on the HD, I love the pedal, it is so versatile.
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#6
I was reading about that ashdown compressor, and apparently, it is pretty good for the price.
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ive heard good things of the chorus and compressor.... bur seriously..... ditch the mt-2 and get the HD, its sooooo much better (try it first tho, make sure its for you)

i really like the MT2's distortion tones tho, its awsome for pulling teeth so im not gona ditch that.

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If your interested there is a Mp3 on my profile of me mucking around with the recommended settings on the HD, I love the pedal, it is so versatile.

it sounds better as a overdrive pedal than distortion on your recording. im not sure if i should get the boss bass overdrive of the HD, the digitech bass multichorus of the ashdown one alot of trying out to do.
thomann raised the price of all the ashdown pedals as well they are all £73 now