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A quick look at your profile tells me that you're not a true dyed in the wool classical player.
Have you looked at, seen, or heard Cordoba's "Fusion" series guitars? They're equipped with cutaways, shallow radius fret boards, interesting finishes, (their jet black is cool), and available in 12 or 14 fret models.
Just the thing for someone jumping back and forth between steel string and nylon string playing. It seems to me like it would smooth out some of the culture shock.
So you'd like to buy a classical acoustic guitar for 1000 USD!? are you nuts?
i'm out of my league here but isn't the AC more british voiced where the Subway is more american voiced? or are they the same basic circuit/tubes?
yeah im' lazy.
what is on your craigslist/kiji/bay/local?
I have not played the Subway Blues but I personally would take it over the AC15 sight unseen. Don't get me wrong, the AC15 is a great amp but it is no AC30.
Also the AC15 and the Subway Blues will be very loud too - just sayin'
good job with your thread OP, I'm surprised no one chimed in. Maybe someone who has played both will see this.
Are you open to other amps too? Where abouts' are you and what is your top end budget?
Get the script phase 90.
I think Boss's strongest point is their indestructibility. Run it over, it doesn't care. It'll laugh at you. Very good for live situations.
Other than that, they do sound very good for the price you pay for them. They get the job done, and chances are you'll never have to replace them for any other reason than wanting something different effect-wise.
i would almost never go so far as to say one brand is always better than another brand. boss made some fantastic pedals back in the day, and some of the stuff now isnt half bad either. lots of the current production stuff is kinda bad though, especially a lot of the modulation. digitech on the other hand, seems to be getting better. they used to be ok, but something you only went for on a budget. now theyve got things like the bad monkey, which is a very nice tubescreamer clone, and those hardwire pedals which people seem to love.
so especially with things like pedals, you go on sound, not brand. like i love my boss ph-2 phaser, but i wouldnt touch a ph-3.
so for recomendations, i would look at finding a used boss fl-2 for flanger or maybe one of the mxr flangers. delay could be boss dd-3, or maybe the ehx memory boy/toy. for chorus, maybe a small clone, or (i havent tried it though) mxr micro chorus. the boss chorus pedals arent bad either, but nothing to write home about.
if you want phaser, as i mentioned, older boss phasers (ph-1, ph-1r, and ph-2) can be great. otherwise, mxr phase 90 or ehx small stone are popular choices. tremolo, well i dont like the boss one too much, so id go with the ehx pulsar.
i tried to keep all recomendations under $100 per pedal, but there are some other options that are a bit more that could suit you. so keep that in mind when you go try things out.
i love mxr pedals, they are great, the smart gate imo better than the isp, i also love the flanger and phasers by mxr, also electro harmonix is good. Dont forget about trex, they are a bit more expensive, but the quality is there. The trex replica is one expensive but reliable and good sounding delay. it all depends on your use of them. do you want just a jam pedal? live gig? studio?
For us to give you proper recommendations we will need to know your budget.
Well first of all make sure ur adapter is working. Sometimes it may send power to the units but it may be bad. Take one of them to a music store (Lismusica/Musifex if ur in lisbon) they will let u try one to see if works. The boss adapter is not bad, no need to get away from it
Right now I have a huge multifx that has power connections for my pedals. The voodoo work in Europe if u get the 220-240 one.
Here are some options for You from musicstore in germany (they ship to Portugal) by price descending:
This one is from MrJackGuitars in lisbon (Benfica) but it also ships to you if needed:
Artec Check the last pedal on this page.
Hope I helped.
I would love a 30 watt but the problem is finding a good cheap amp for metal thats 30 watts tube. The krank rev jr is the closet thing and its over my budget. My bedroom level isnt really quite, i can play loud but not like blood coming out of your ears loud.
Hey guys i posted a thread asking about what amp to get between the randall rg50tc and flextone. Well i tested the randall rg50tc and was set on getting that but now when i look at other thread it seems like a bugera maybe a better match for the tone im looking for.
But first off, has the reliability on the newer models been good? i dont want a amp that constantly breaks no matter how good the tone is.
Also would 100 or 120 watts, watever it is, be abit much for bedroom use? i want a decent tone at lower volumes at home as well. I dont gig yet but i do rehearse with a drummer. Is the bugera to big and heavy for one person to constantly transport? seeing it is a 2x12 i dont want to have to break my back putting it in the back of the car all the time.
last but not least, what model is best for a tight sound. Kind of like arch enemys older tone.
Sorry for all the text i really need to find the right amp for myself.
im very careful when it comes to using the amp >__>.
i always turn on/use standby when necessary and i dont even crank volume be it channel or master past like 5. what reasons are there for fuses blowing or giving out?
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I am the lead singer/rythm guitarist i a swedish Glam/Sleaze band..recently wanted to go from solid state -> Tube Stack and eventually bought a 333 head along with the Bugera 4x12 cab. I must say that the tone, for all three channels, were everything I could hope for after reading all the good reviews it has been getting here. I hadn't heard of many paople attempting to use this amp for anything else than metal, so I'm chuffed to have been able to incorporate Bugera to our sound..
None of the tracks on our page include any Bugera-clips, but that should not stop you from listening in
So, heres the situation.
Ive got a Epiphone Les Paul Studio, here it is:
Now, i noticed the other day that it looks similar to the Gibson Les Paul Standard Traditional: http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/82108
Anywho, i figured that i may as well keep the look going, and as i already wanted some new pickups, ill get Zebras.
Heres the actual question - Its a decision between Dimarzio PAF/ PAF Pro, or Gibson 57 classic plus pickups. Also not sure whether to put it into neck or bridge, im leaning towards bridge. At the moment, im considering the Gibson 57 classic plus, because of fantastic reviews, and the fact that i can get them cheaper.
So what do you think? DiMarzio, or Gibson?
Also, what position, and what pickups go well with whichever you suggested. Im looking for a classic rock tone, you know, ACDC and the like.
Not if you use a good amp simulation.
D.I. = Direct Injection
Emulation will be better than pissing about with amp line outs.
Mic it up if you get the chance.
Ah you want to D/I?
Do you have Amplitube or GuitarRig or are you getting ProTools 8 with the new Amp simulator? Because if you don't all you're going to get is the line level clean signal. Not very pleasant.
But what you listed is all you'll need if that's the avenue you're taking.
Yes, ProTools is 100% compatible with Vista.