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Ok, for people going to see a performance by a band that plays rock, "who wants to see a guy stand there a press buttons?"
It defeats the point.
Well, neither did I and I think you're right about that.What im trying to say is, this isnt gonna replace the guitar, and i doubt it was meant to. Didnt mean to insult anyone
lolsomehow in the factory the screws for the back grill were tried to be used as the ones for the reverb tank, and vice versa. i cant believe it took me so long to figure this out, lol. :lol: it was a way easy fix though, so it's all good now.
oh well, i love this amp
You just insulted every keyboards player on the planet, living and dead.Who wants to see a guy stand there and press buttons?
F that completely. that tkes away all the subtle nuances that make good guitarists good guitarists. there is a reason why clapton is clapton, gilmour is gilmour, brian may is brian may etc.
pick attack, the pikc they use, the strings tehy use, how they pick and strum, the way they fret strings, everything. even the tone woods etc. they are all part of our sound. tihs makes tht all disappear.
guitairsts dont like using multi effects because they like picking thier own unique gear...same with amps. this is turning your guitar into one big multi effects prosessor with no individuality.
IMO i want nothing to do with this thing. and it looks like a video game controller.
if you want to make guitars more advanced, starting making guitars like the guitarist from Muse, with kaos pads. that shit is crazy
Actually, that's Axe-man69. You'd think the '69' would give it away.acer69er is obviously vinson you can tell by the typing style
and hows that a troll?
Right now it's 4.2 kg. Since most of the weight is in the trannies/chassis, I'm guessing it'll weigh about 5 or 6 kg in the end. That's probly about the norm for a 15 watt amp without wooden enclosure.That looks awesome, I wonder how heavy it will end up being.
Unfortunately, the faceplate is pretty rough. I would either need to sand it down or spray a whole heap of clear coat on it. At this point, I'm not gonna do more painting, would be a big PITA. Letters will have to wait for the next project.And if you still really want letters, get some clear decal paper, print out onto it, and making sure your steel is flat, put it in cut holes for the pots, then clear coat over it. I'm going to do that on one of my pedals, and I'd imagine it would work pretty good.
That looks very interesting, I didn't know there were companies that did that sort of thing for hobbyists. Something to keep in mind for future projects... Their international shipping is expensive, though. Maybe I can find a similar company here in Europe.You can get face plates made by BNP Laser. Just get Inkscape and design it and then save it as a pdf. They have pretty good prices and a good selection of things too.
I find that if I cut the 32 Hz band on an EQ, the sound loses a bit of fatness. I think there might be some subharmonic stuff going in guitars. Still, worth trying, you might even like the change in tone.Yeah, that would make sense, and the only reason I'm using the TV is to make the karaoke machine I'm using to play my CD's with louder, ghetto, I know.
And if I'm still complaining about my guitar, it feeds back, but only on the B string, again, no reason that I know of why.
Oh, another question. would it be possible, if the hum is 60Hz just to create a high pass filter that cuts off at 60, so there would be no hum? It may not work as well for bass, with lower notes, and some down tuning, but I'd imagine guitar signals are higher than that.
I love this thread.yea, I have re-read my last couple of sentences and the only thing I should be ashamed of is wasting my time reading your worthless posts
I find that my 333's build quality is fine except for in one area: the pots. They're PCB mounted with a shaft sticking out of the chassis. No chassis mount whatsoever. So if you're gigging, make sure there's no change it falls on its face, because a good knock on a pot and the PCB might get damaged.As for the Bugeras being build to sub- pro level gear. You will find (at least on the 6262) Metal switches and heat vents where others (Peavey) use plastic. The only thing I would worry about is the input jack. Have a metal one swapped in (any decent shop can do it for $40 or less...parts and labor).
lolBehringer just loves making loud thing that break down easily and squeak if look at them the wrong way. Bugera being owned by Behringer does worry me a bit.
Well, you can buy quite a few Bugeras for 1800 bucks.That article on their site is hilarious
As if $1800 is a massive amount spread over 10 years All at once, yeah, but over 10 years?!
Not over here you can't.for what these cost new you could just get a used mesa.... just sayin'
Rather, I think there's a bad Crate on that volume pot...OMFG its djchrispy **** RYTHM PLAY LEAD.
Anyway yeah i agree proably a bad volume pot on that crate.
Now, you can hear the potential of the amp, but whoever set up the mic there needs to be fired.You want it, you got it!
Sounds much fatter than the TriRec... Nice...Magic
Ok but about same as TK really!
Better change "metal" to "metalcore" before the kvlt brigade assaults you.Genres? - I generaly play metal (bring me the horizon, Machine head, KSE)
Mark IV clone.Does anyone here know if the Magician is a clone or its own amp? Also is there a release date on the TriRec yet?
Not enough brootz. Definitely needs moar tubes. Turn the preamp into a SLO, you know you want to.no but i'll build you a sweet amp.
my vj doesn't even need an extra toob noob.
hey sidekick kanthras take a listen to this
I added extra talkback just for you.
Well of course it did, it was a TKK clip