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Ok, so I'm having problems getting the footswitch to work, I got a Crate footswitch that seems to be to the same specs, except with a metal case, I'm using a speaker cable like I'm supposed to. When it's plugged in and on the clean channel, I hit the first button on the foot switch and the red LED on the footswitch lights up, but nothing happens, when I hit the boost button, I get nothing, and the LED doesn't light up. Either way it's not working and idk why.
ok thanks alot then, gonna try out what they have at the store when i go on wednesday but ill keep that in mind. but what id really want is something to psh the tubes a little harder with out andding anything else like mids or gain necessarily, because i will use the amp for both distortion and cleans within the same song, so i dont want to have to turn off the pedal when i switch to clean channel. if theres something other than an od pedal that will do this better then let me know please
Duh ts7 is better suited for blues it dosent does wonders if you want it for metal ts9 is made for metal,get hold of that
Hes wrong. The distortion tone is fine and the hot setting is good too. +1 on the Jekyll & Hyde although it's a lot more money. I have both of these pedals.
Because there are 4 holes missing on the speaker, so it wont go in place, because the other 4 screws have no holes to go into. I've never seen it done before on any speaker cab, but better safe than sorry, right?
Well... I've been using the distortion from Jackhammer... And I'm quite happy with that. Maybe with the eq it could sound a lot better.
But it seems to me that the amp has too much treble... And this is really anoying. The eq would solve this problem, right?
I just bought a VK 112. And I've been studying this topic and the wiki ever since. I'm currently using a Marshall Jackhammer trough the clean channel with bright boost for distortion and i'm enjoying a lot hahahaha
But i have one question. What do you guys thing i should do first? Change the speaker or change the tubes? Next week i'm going after a 10 band eq and it should improve a lot the sound of the amp.
So what is the next step? tubes or speaker?
One more thing... Using the tube distortion should I get a booster? If yes, which one should I choose? MXR ZW-44 or MXR M-133? Or maybe I should get a footswitch and use the boost gain from the tubes?
*PS: the "dummy jack" mod is totally awesome! I had my doubts about it, because it's so simple and cheap... but it helps a lot hahaha! Impressive!
i like to play metal from time to time but i play more hard rock like ac dc and others like hendrix and the blues. but now i like hearing a compressed clean tube sound out of a amp.
i bias by sight then i double check by sound. whats the big deal they're just tubes.
I might start abit simpler...
Go with a boost pedal, by the sound of it they're the simplest pedals to build.
Then from there... Who knows?
Any suggestions of what to try after a booster?
but I cant get the kind of guitar sounds I,ve been recording in my songs off Amplitude and the Pod xt.
Can you specify what's wrong with it?
I wanna amp made for Metal