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I just heard someone mention a modded Keeley TS9 Tubescreamer and since that is the pedal I'm thinking of getting I just wanted some more info on it.
1) What exactly do they do when they mod the pedal?
2) Do you think it's worth the extra $50 for the modded version?
Thanks for all who replies and if anyone wants to give me any other info that would be nice.
I know i'm not the TS, but how does the EVH 5150 III sound compared to the other two?
Take a look at the tuner on the right in this video. It's the fastest tracking tuner I've ever seen. The only potential problem I see with it is it's a strobe tuner, and that's an issue only for people who don't know how to use strobe tuners in comparison to needle tuners.
After listening to a few clips, I'm definitely feeling the Xotic pedals. Thanks guys, I really appreciate this!
The Fender 5F6A Bassman is the single most important amp in rock history
'59 Tweed Bassman was cloned and slightly modded by Jim Marshall into the JTM-45, which was used by Eric Clapton, and turned to 10 to get that classic Marshall crunch that basically started heavy British blues rock.
Tried this, it didn't affect the output signal at all.
Another thing I should mention, the crackling increasingly gets worse the longer the amp is turned on.
All the valves seem relatively firm.
Any other ideas?
the thing about the HT 5 is this... i have heard that the internal circuitory deviates too far from your standard tube amps. as a result, it starts to sound a little bit generic and unlike a tube amp.
this deters me slightly from getting one. if i really cant find a low wattage amp with an FX loop, though, i would either get the HT5 or one of those 120 watt things.
I'm not trying to be condescending, I genuinely want to know: What is the benefit of tuning a 6 string guitar to drop B rather than just using a 7 string or a bass?
The lowest I have ever gone is C standard and even that seemed a little unnecessary.
You need to get a smartmedia card. I got mine off ebay for $7.00. The only problem with them is that they are not available with a lot of memory. Like sim cards are!
I think on mine I can record 4 tracks around 5 minutes each.
^To the poster above me. Two things different between the GNX3 and 4 are the smartmedia card vs flash card and s\pdif out vs usb out.
Hey guys, I have one of the digitech GNX3 pedalboard which I record on using the built in 8 track I want to put these recrodings on my computer but I don't know what the memory card for this thing is. Anyone of you guys have experience with these or know what memory card ithey uses??
Thanks in advance
How much are Mills cabs? Never looked into them although I have heard a few clips on your netmusicians page...
For the year I've been on HCAF, only Juggernaut and Abecon5 have went more amps/as many amps as him.
Diezel Herbert and the matching 4x12 cab.
lol, so he decided to do it
Yeah for sure man, thats a lot for a cabinet, what I can say is that I am absolutely loving it so far, its like night and day from my mesa, I cant see him being disappointed at all! Thing I like best is that it fills the room, it doesnt just sounds good right in front, it sounds basically the same no matter where you are, it sounds great even if I go wandering off haha
Yep, this is probably the newest Diezel Cab in the world, it was only finished wednesday I think haha, tbh no I havent had experience with the older Diezel Cabs So I cant help you, sorry! Actually Pins got an older one, ill see if I can try his out, see what the differences are like
Also to the guy who posted the 7....thats the blackest blackmachine ive ever seen haha
However, their are other amps better than diezels for an alt rock tone that he wants, and if he has the money, he should try everything he can get his hands on.
I've decided to trade in my Knucklehead Tre Reverb because I just can't get the metal tones I'm after. It pains me to get rid of it because it sounds absolutely amazing with rock, cleans, any type of blues, and leads.
Erik - did you have a Quick Rod too or just the Nitro or both? I can never remember.
Question came up (in Colin617s thread) about the Quick Rod doing low gain stuff. In Gear 1 with the preamp down I consider that low gain. Lower than a Crate V. It goes to the question about whether or not Scott Splawn would make a 50w Super Stock.
100 watts - w/ half power switch (triode/pentode)
Channel 1 (clean) - independent EQ with added mid control and gain controls
Channel 2 (overdrive) - solo boost, OD1 (rhythm) /OD2 (lead) mode
3 Button Footswitch - #1 Clean/Overdrive - #2 OD1/OD2 - #3 Solo Boost
Transformer - Heyboer
Series Effects Loop - w/ true-bypass and adjustable +4db/-10db switch
Impedance Selector - 4/8/16 ohms
Main Voltage Selector - 100, 120, 220, 230V
Tubes - Choice of Mullard EL34s, Tung Sol EL34Bs
Price - $1850
I told him to just get a Quick Rod. There are more of them, especially used and I doubt the differences between a 50w SS and a 50w QR would be all that great. Or Competition for that matter - I think he wants the 25w option.
acdcrocks and mcrfobtia were asking
I never said I would take the Orange over the Splawn, I said that the Rocker 30 would also be up my alley, although I fear that it would not have enough gain, and the Rockerverb is out of the question because of the cost. I like the idea of the splawn, and probably would go for the comp, if/when I upgrade, but I will most likly be buying sight unseen which is a bit of a worry. But really as of now I am very content with my Triple X, I have done a few smalls mods to lower the gain a bit and add more of "my style" to it and really its not disaponted me in the tones it produces, and from where I am musicaly "I think the I have a bit of growing to do before I out grow the Triple X", not that I suck, I think I am pretty good, but there are many people that are better than me, plus I enjoy rythm more than leads, IDK why, probably because I can move around more and have more fun if I not so focused on playing leads, I need to grow a bit in this area. Like I said before I am for sure not changing anything untill I know if I going to able to continue to use my amp, or be forced to switch to a modeler, which will probably be a POD X3 Live, which I am not to excitied about.
I think there must just be a general misconception on what 'hand wired' actually means. We know they are hand built. I guess it's safe to say that Splawns do not offer Point To Point wiring.
Thanks as always bro.
I'll update my comments in the Ultimate Manufacterer Thread. I may quote you as back up but I'm sure you won't mind
Also- check out Colin's Rack Plans Update thread thingy on Page 1 right now. He just got a Super Stock and he is a new guitarist on the Taylor Swift tour. Colin617.
1.) I use the Volume pedal trick fairly successfully.
2.) What parts are considered 'handwired' and/or what % has to be hand wired to be considered hand wired? Does it not have PCB too? Dave MC and I had a little discussion on that tonight in the new Only Manufacterer List thread thing IbanezPsycho created.
Great post btw - thanks for posting.