Some of you guys may be familiar with the highly successful AMT Legend pedals (P1, R1, etc.), as they have been used by quite a few people for recording and even live stuff. For those unfamiliar with these, they are analog preamp pedals that emulate a given amp's voicing (P1 was based on the 5150, R1 was the red channel on a Recto, etc.).
I was really stoked to visit the AMT stand at the Musikmesse, as some may know by know. Not only they have released a new 5Kg 4-channel amp with a monster tone but they also put out the second generation of the Legend pedals, that features a clean boost and 3 possible outputs, depending on the intended use: drive (to use in front of a regular amp), preamp out (straight to power amp or for use with impulses and the like) and cab sim. Andrey gave me a few to fiddle with, so I recorded this demo using them as my "amps":
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxUmoyQEZd8]Fred Brum - AMT Legend 2 Playthrough - Vortex - YouTube[/VIDEO]
Rhythm tracks are D2 right (2 tracks) and E2 Left (2 tracks), using a P2 for all the melody / lead stuff. When appropriate, I'm using a Strictly 7 Drive pedal as a boost and all went straight into a Presonus 22VSL, with delay / verb added in post processing. Guitar here is my Decibel Db3. Hope you guys enjoy!