#1
I just purchased a Blackstar HI-DIST pedal the other day, and I LOVE the tone. The sound is just ultimately clear and the ISF is really fun to play around on.

I also love the fact that it's powered by a tube, so now my Peavey Studiopro 112 can finally get a true ballsy tone.

With tube heads, you can change tubes and get completely different tones of course, is that the same way with the Blackstar? Would changing the tube in the pedal completely alter the tone, or is the difference extremely minimal since it's one tube?
-GEAR-

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#2
It's minimal difference, and I hate to break this to you but you'ren ot powered by a tube at all. Your signal just goes through a tube circut, that tube's not doing too much.
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#3
The difference will me extremely minimal since the tube isnt really getting enough voltage to actually work like a tube in the first place... The tube adds a little warmth but thats it so changing the tube wont make any difference...
#4
Are those blackstar pedals not highvoltage. If I remember they may well be.
#5
Quote by stujomo
Are those blackstar pedals not highvoltage. If I remember they may well be.


They are. >_>
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