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    Stereo power amp pedals ?

    Anyone ever tried any of these? They seem like a decent addition to a Helix or AX-8 style rig you'd play bars with.

    The Carvin:
    https://carvinaudio.com/products/mac...edal-amplifier

    The (Almost certainly identical on the inside of the box) Harley Benton:
    https://m.thomann.de/gb/harley_bento...thunder_99.htm
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    Probably better off with an FRFR. 50 watts at 4 ohms. Significantly lower with 8 or 16.

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    I have cabinets already, so I'm not looking for speakers. Just a portable, stereo power amp.

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    Wouldn't it be amazing if the 2:90 came in a box the size of a quilter pedal? Totally impossible, but hey one can dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Wouldn't it be amazing if the 2:90 came in a box the size of a quilter pedal? Totally impossible, but hey one can dream.
    If they managed that the game would be over for everybody. There'd be no reason to buy anything else.
    C'mon son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    Wouldn't it be amazing if the 2:90 came in a box the size of a quilter pedal? Totally impossible, but hey one can dream.
    Well, you just need to map the EQ response of the 2:90, and figure out how to apply it with either soft/firmware, then toss that in front of a small Class D amp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Well, you just need to map the EQ response of the 2:90, and figure out how to apply it with either soft/firmware, then toss that in front of a small Class D amp
    There's a feel to that amp though that transcends EQ curves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vince View Post
    There's a feel to that amp though that transcends EQ curves.
    While that's true, there is no magic. You simply need to map the relationship between input and output, then replicate it digitally beyond what the human ear can discern. Kinda like what the AxeFx3 does

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