just if anyone here is interesting in Reamping:
well, we broke it down in advance to the only 2 pcs. of gear which are in our price-range: Radial Reamping Kit and the LittleLabs Redeye - the later one was very hard to get over here, as Little Labs is quite unknown...anyway, got it, went to the Studio, recorded dry tracks - and while everyone i know swears on the Radial - it got SO killed by the Redeye!
The Radial didnt sound bad at the first listen - but after comparing: the Radial cuts low-end. lots of low-end, and it adds a bit of a high scratching noise. with the Redeye - you couldnt tell any difference between live-paying and reamping at all! all the lows where there, no scratching noise, no muffled sound...
i can really only recommend this little box of awesomeness! another advantage: The Redeye also has a very good DI-box built in, while you would need an additional DI box together with the Radial, if you want to record the stuff at home in advance. half the costs = twice the win.
if you are interested, you can listen to the full song HERE (attention: myspace-player = the qualitysucker ov doom), or direct download the song HERE.
guitars = all reamped through Redeye, most of the tracks are through my standard live-rig: TS808 -> Diezel Herbert (Ch2+) -> Krank Revolution 412, one track on each side is additional with a Laboga Mr. Hector as the Herbert alone did miss jsut a bit more high-mids. Mics were SM57 and E906, and 2 more i cant remember right now...
I've been doing the same thing recently, been using a Countryman 85 as I'm playing passives, and then quality checking through a Cuniberti. Been getting some really great results out of them.