Well, sort of. Just trying out the head. It's my co-guitarist/friend's. We've been looking to down-size our rigs for portability and well... we're getting old and hate lugging tons of shit around.
So far though, I'm digging it. I had a Legacy 1 and I liked it a lot. Kinda wish I would have kept it. But oh well. This has LEDs that change color!
Brought it home tonight after practice so I could play around with it for a couple days. Tonight though, it's getting late and I can't really play too much. But during practice, It was sounding great. Probably a bit more suited to our industrial sound than the raw as hell, wall-o-sound 200 watt Titan.
It still has the odd eq-ing that the L1 had. TONS of low end. Almost uncontrollable. So I'm gonna try it out with my assortment of boosts and other pedals and figure out a sound.
Not sure if I'm gonna keep it in the rack or not but part of the plan was to get some casters for my little V30 loaded Musiclord 1x12 cab and just ratchet strap the fucker to it and call it good. Also in the plan is to get some sort of DI. Looking at the new ADA Micro-cab pedal thing to run when needed. All together it would be just over 1/2 the size of a 4x12 cab. And roughly the same size as my co-guitarists new DI rig(which he should post up! It's pretty badass and sounds awesome through our meager PA )
I also want to figure out a way to mount my small pedalboard to the rear lid of the rack case if I decide to keep it racked. That way I can just nicely coil the loom up and lid the back. Trying to make everything as easy as possible.
Anyway, maybe in the next day or so, I'll make a clip of this thing once I get used to it.
And the only real downside I can find with this amp is that it has a really good lead boost that really seems to fatten the lead tone and unfortunately makes my craptacular solos more audible.
Channel 1 LED:
Channel 2 LED:
Channel 3 LED:
Apparently you can assign the LED colors to different channel. May swap the 1 and 2.
There was a green one of these used at my local GC. Very interesting-sounding amp, but you're totally right about the amount of bottom end (and gain) on tap!