Moving time + don't play so much anymore = stuff has to go. All pedals come with velcro on the bottom. Prices do not include S&H. Wilson Funk Factory Wah (comes without feet) - $120 Great versatile wah based on the Ibanez WH-10. Works well clean or with gain. Wilson Delay - $120 Wilson Sparkling Blue distortion - $100 Versatile distortion with 3-band eq and mid scoop switch. Voodoo Analog Chorus - $80 Based on the Boss CE-1. Phase90 clone (I forget where this one came from) - $80 MXR MCE401 - $50
Used Randall RM100 with 3 preamp modules. Since you have a nice budget I would suggest getting 3 modified modules rather than 3 stock modules. Check out http://www.salvationmods.com to get an idea of some of the replica tones you can get. He's based in Europe too.
Look into a Randall MTS amp; they have swapable preamp modules so you can literally customize each channel to sound like anything you can find a preamp module for. With a Fender module and a Marshall module you can nail all of the stuff you want. If you go used it should be no more than $900 or so.
Another option to consider is a Randall RM50 1x12 with two preamp modules, one for cleans and another for the distorted tone of your choice. There are three modules I know of that are designed to sound like the Mesa Mark series. With $1000 you should definitely be able to get yourself set up.
Disclaimer: I'm selling an RM50 1x12, no modules though.
For sale is my Carvin DC127. The stock pickups have been replaced with the Air Norton/Tone Zone combo as well as the Duncan Liberator system for easy pickup installation. I'm asking $550 shipped and Paypal'd in the continental U.S. International buyers can contact me individually. I would be interested in partial trades for a good reverb pedal or modified Randall MTS modules. Pic:
Hi all. I'm looking for a midi foot controler with the following characteristics as I'm planning to transition to an Axe-fx II pretty soon. There are quite a few that meet some subset of my requirements but I'd love to know if there is one that does exactly what I need or if I will have to go custom: *Built-in expression pedal with stomp switch (think wah pedal) * No scrolling. When you're blind scrolling is a recipe for disaster because you have no idea where you are. * two or three rows of buttons that aren't cramped too close, maybe an inch or two between them. If anyone is aware of something that fits I would love to hear about it. Thanks.
I've never played with that particular amp, but have you tried boosting the base a bit? I have a distortion pedal with 3 band eq and the bass actually contributes to the midrange honk I can get out of it; dropping the bass entirely yields a tinny sound no matter where the mids are.
I'm blind so can't comment on how the power tubes look. The preamp tubes all sound the same and there's no weird humming or nonsensical feedback squeals. Power tube bias is in the middle of the acceptable range.
Nope, switched out the cable and it still happens. It happens at random intervals though- in this case I played for a good five minutes before it started to fart and the volume started changing . Also the fart only occurs when a string is vibrating.
Hi guys. My Randal RM50 1x12 just started doing this weird tremolo with the occasional distortion that sounds like a bad fart. Obviously something is failing but I can't find any info that points to what causes the volume to go haywire like that. Any ideas?
I made some yesterday and they turned out pretty tasty. Cleanup was relatively painless too. The coolest thing is I have a talking thermometer that will announce the temperature both when you push the button and when it changes significantly. Anyone else ever make them?
It sounds similar to when my amp had a microphonic preamp tube. Tap on each one with something non-conductive (typical suggestion is a pencil) and if you hear the tap through the speaker at an unusually loud volume relative to the others, replace it.
If you can scrape up an extra $50, get one of these: http://www.wilsoneffects.com/FunkFactoryWah.html Wilson funk factory. It's supposed to be a WH-10 on steroids. I found a setting that lets me get a real strong sound with both clean and high gain. Oddly enough I never bothered to find out which setting was the WH-10 setting after I found my favorite.
Classic rock sucks. Low gain distortion sucks. Blues sucks. Jimi hendrix was brilliant but got it all wrong except for All Along the Watchtower. That was perfection. The guy from Pink Floyd can't sing. Radiohead is boring. Tool have three good songs but pretend they have more. Early RHCP is retarded except for Knock me Down. Again, perfection. John Frusciante's solo stuff is pointless except for four songs off shadows. More to come.