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  1. #1

    Join Date: Feb 2009
    Location: Austria
    ME: Gibson Les Paul Std
    Rig: Orange OR120

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    NPD! (yes, pics)

    Already have this for over a week, but as I am moving to a new house (NHD picstory soon...) I don't even find the time to upload pics form my mobile to the computer anymore...but anyway, better late than never.

    What is best in life?

    To come home, see a package laid before you

    Kill it.

    ..and take out the guts!

    Be triumphant over your enemy! Glorify the prey!

    Find your next enemy!
    Aaah, here is one I remember....feared this one was once...especcially since the "808-specs-mod"...old and weak this one is now....easy to defeat...

    Take the throne of your enemy!

    And hear the lamentations ov thee bandmates! Because the LED OV CHAOS melts their eyes!!

  2. #2

    Join Date: Dec 2008
    Location: Heidelberg, GER
    ME: Mayones Setius 7
    Rig: Diezel VH4

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    NPD! (yes, pics)


  3. #3

    Join Date: Feb 2009
    Location: Austria
    ME: Gibson Les Paul Std
    Rig: Orange OR120

    iTrader: 0

    Thanks again Christian! I really, REALLY dig it.

    Since I first joined 5 years ago, these were allover and I always thought: "Man, I am missing all the fun"...and yes, I did. Changing from the TS7-808 to the BM was strange at first, the BM really is LOUDER and at the same time is much much clearer and more direct than the TS ever was. A/B-ing showed how compressed my TS really is...

    ..which means - I have to practice more, every little failure is heard again.

  4. #4

    Join Date: Mar 2012
    Location: US East Coast
    ME: SVK Les Paul Custom
    MA: Washburn something
    MB: Charvel 1B
    Rig: Marshall 8100

    iTrader: 2 (100%)

    Do you know what time it is? It's time to FARK SHEET ARRRRRP!!

  5. #5

    Join Date: Sep 2010
    Location: flagstaff
    ME: Suhr, Warmoth, rg550
    Rig: Mark V:25 & Mark II

    iTrader: 4 (100%)

    I wish I hadn't gotten rid of mine, that is a heck of a pedal.

  6. #6

    Join Date: Mar 2010
    Location: Los Angeles
    ME: Schecter
    MA: Yamaha - Nylon
    MB: OLP MM3
    Rig: V2 / Titan

    iTrader: 0

    Nice pic story lol, I find funnier because you live in Austria.

    How do you like the D2? Who is your power amp and what does he do?

    "The most important thing I look for in a musician is whether he knows how to listen." -Duke Ellington

  7. #7

    Join Date: Jun 2012
    Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
    ME: Ibanez RG2228
    MB: Schecter Stiletto Studio
    Rig: Fractal Audio AxeFX II

    iTrader: 0

    Can someone fill me in on the details? I know it's an overdrive but I didn't realize it was so sought after. What makes it so rad? Congratulations, by the way.
    Ibanez RG2228, RGD2127Z, RGA121 // Fractal Audio AxeFX II // Avatar V30 2x12

  8. #8

    Join Date: Feb 2009
    Location: Austria
    ME: Gibson Les Paul Std
    Rig: Orange OR120

    iTrader: 0

    Quote Originally Posted by Wookieslayer View Post
    How do you like the D2? Who is your power amp and what does he do?
    the D2 is not connected - Its my "emergency-backup". If there should be a problem with my rig at a gig (or we are forced to use shitty backline amps), i can just plug the D2 in direct.

    So, actually, after I bought it, I messed with it for 2 hours or so, put it on the pedalbaord, and never touched it again (besides using it once direct for our Bassist, when a backline basscab broke down - that was actually a pretty awesome sound).

    Until now, Herbert never failed me. Tough, with tubes, you never know. I did try it in the rehearsal room over the PA, and it sounded "good". Useful for High Gain applications in a live setting, and I would play a gig with it without hesitation. It's a bit on the shrill side (you can dial the treble-buzzsaw out, but you lose all attack then also). The built in 412 sim might be one of its biggest problems - I got me in addition a Behringer DI G100, that has a built in cab-sim also - and this one sounds MUCH better (yeah, I shit you not - a Behringer sounds GOOD). So if you can cough up the additional 30,- for the DI you get a pretty huge soundupgrade. OR, if you intend to use the D2 not in a direct setting, but with a good poweramp and a real cab, it will win. This is really where it shines. I did try it through my Diezels poweramp when I bought it, and yeah, that was pretty cool.

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