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I also wouldn't do that.
If the Super Comp is anything like my Nitro, it will sound like **** with V30s
Yeah, I tried my Nitro with a bunch of V30 loaded cabs and they all sounded equally horrible with it
G12T-75s and Greenbacks were the best Celestions. Eminence Texas Heats in the Krank cab were the best sounding though imo.
I have massive GAS for a Chadwick - it's pretty much my perfect amp. To me, it's what the 2 channel JCM800 should have been.
Really, I owned a 6505+ and it seemed right there in the ballpark with the Krank, although the REV definitley has a different top end. Maybe its just me, oh well.
Ill tell me bandmate about the customer service, thats good to know. They do have a reputation for breaking though around this forum, so it beats me.
Def not. I recommend getting something other than a krank. They sound great, my bandmate has a REV1+, but to no surprise on my part, it broke within a few months. Also, they are ridiculously overpriced for what you get. A 5150 or 6505 will get you very close to a Krank sound, as I've tried both.
That has to be one of the most powerful active EQ's I've used. Even mesa's don't get that much volume drop when you cut out frequencies.
I know im just messing with ya... Stuff like that always trips me out.. Especially the ones that the picture moves but its just a picture. And I still cant see the ****ing space ship by looking through the picture
Pfft you photoshopped the the picture at the bottom.. I still dont believe it
Perception is a funny thing.
In this picture square A is the same exact shade as square B
a 50w amp is still only 50watts, and will be 50watts if you where to run it into a 1x12 or a 4x12. But because there a more speakers, more sound is being distributed in the air.
A tube-amp-building friend of mine has a 5 watter that sounds like a full stack, when played through the right speaker/cab. There's a lot of great tone left to be found, and only a few amp builders are trying to find it.
Blackstar uses a 12BH7? Cool! Great sounding tube...
you're catching up to Eric pretty quickly
well, it is almost a prestige. i am gonna get an ofr when i get the money. and new tuners. that will make it yolked to be sure
i know. but it made them affordable, they woulda been upward of 1000 with any decent hardware
bad tuning. feels good for a while. i blocked. but i love my xiphos too much to rid myself of it
I know exactly what a noise gate is, seeing as though i own several.
And yes noise gates and reducers can help you clean up your playing actually, as some of them have a threshold parameter on them that will cut out feedback on unmuted strings whilst you're playing. In my opinion cutting feedback with your hands is the proper way to play. Not saying don't get one, just saying it can make you think you play cleaner than you do.
Being that I dont have a rack, I probably wouldnt be getting the ProRack. However, who has tried that "g-string decimator" version?
I guess it has extra inputs so you can run it before the input and in the loop like the prorack, but its still a stompbox.
Which one do you think holds tuning better? The LSR roller nut or the Graphtech nut?
Also, do you know if either of them cause any tonal difference, 'cause I've heard the graphtech makes for a slightly darker sounding guitar
A properly oiled graphtech nut should be able to do what a lsr does.
really?? thats cool too know.
btw your netmusicians recordings are insanely awesome!
It makes sense to me. Bass amps are usually quite clean, I don't think they'd produce those speaker destroying lows with a bass guitar run through the amp. I mean, what kind of speakers are people using in bassmans, super basses, and YBA-1s?
also i forgot to mention - i tried out the ehx micro pog, and all i can say is it's AMAZING. perfect tracking, and it's so musical. like, it sounds great, and you can play anything and it still sounds good. unlike with the whammy it can sound like crap and be hard to make real music
also used the mxr zakk wylde overdrive with the blackheart head + 112 cab since the blackheart doesn't have any gain/drive - it's just a clean amp. overdrive sounded good, can use just as a distortion, it's powerful enough. mxr makes great pedals.
The way I learned it is Z=1 / (1/Z1+1/Z2), but I believe your formula makes sense. But there's a much easier trick. When you have 2 impedances with the same values in parallel, the equivalent is half of that value. In this case, two 8 ohms cabs=4 ohms.
the 550's better. it's a better guitar, the 320 is a mid-range guitar with an upgraded trem. EDIT: though if eric says it hung with his 1570...
^ so what should i go for??
your guitar or save up for the RG550
ummm the Guy with the RG 550 doesnt want to trade with me anymore he wants $650 for it but i dont have the money...........
and the guy with the RG320FM still wants to trade (he is MESAexplorer)
his RG320FM has EMG 81/89, Edge Pro tremolo, Killswitch, Push Pull volume/coil spil and he is throwing a JEM case.....
so should i go with MESAexplorer's offer or save up for the RG550
i also found these RG's in Craigslist.
are they any good??