#1
i found this on youtube and tought you guys might be intersted to see what the results would be.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCi48KHyiek&NR=1
the rest were very close to the originals, they didnt get the rat quite right doe.
its funny how the metal zone still sounds like crap on the line 6, dead on.
Last edited by THEKID546 at Oct 11, 2008,
#2
Uhm, link?

or is this a joke?
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#3
I'd be interested if I had a link to the video.


Edit:


Pretty cool. From what I've heard so far, the DM4 does a real nice job of simulating the pedals.
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Last edited by SSL27 at Oct 11, 2008,
#5
Hmm, interesting.

Cool find, I was surprised to be honest. I knew their pedals are pretty good, but I didn't think their multi distortion unit would be that good.
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#6
^series i was thinking of buying a multieffects for the stopmboxes, but comparring the originals to the analogues your just blown at way at how authentic they sound and how cheap you could get a unit for used.
i think even at 200 its cheap for what you get out of it.
#8
^yah but they do the original pedals justice maybe more so than copies from other compnies.
the procorat wasnt spot on but the rest where pretty damn close if not identicle, like the first pedal was dead on the spot.
#9
Not at all. None of them were "Dead on the spot" they were dull and lifeless compared to what they were trying to emulate, but i agree, they were better than certain other emulations.

Play the real things yourself and you'll see what i mean.
#11
line 6 high end stuff is great
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#13
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^yup, yup, for metal and better than all right blues and classic sounds a flextone is awesome

line 6 flextone versus Mesa boogie roadking


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bttjg4DCTw


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir0YdxAQyjs

i dont think you could sday either one is better than the other.


Ok, thats where there you are wrong. Sure the flextone has quite a few features that the roadking doesn't have such as onboard effects and a direct recording out, however, there is no comparison in tone at all. Effects can be emulated and relpicated fairly easily, amp's tones however don't really. The roadking is pretty damn nice, the flextone is good for $500, but it can't touch the roadking at all.
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#14
yah i know, the flextone isnt bad sounding, and its everything short of amazing, but for a fraction of the price its nice to know you could emulate something like that for cheap, and get pretty close while not spending a gajillian dollars.
like some other guy said close, but no cigar