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  1. #25

    Join Date: Oct 2008
    Location: Glasgow - Scotland
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    Quote Originally Posted by playstopause View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    I definitely recommend getting one, particularly if you are into ambient stuff. Its a great pedal and very easy to use. I was looking g at other stuff with loads more parameters but I can't be fucked with the tweaking.
    Every demo out there is clean / ambiant stuff. I get that it does that very well, but how about with some gain?
    Yeah it works great for that also, you need really conservative settings so it doesn't sound crazy but it works really well for me.

    High gain leads are what I use it for most often.

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  3. #26

    Join Date: Jun 2011
    Location: North Carolina
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    Thank you for all the love guys, it's a dream come true!

    I should have clarified when it comes to the effects loop. It doesn't use a "Normal" Delay, Chorus, Reverb, etc.
    The Loop is 4+ Db. It can't take a "basic" pedal essentially. You have to use like Eventide, Strymon. I'd love to have the Eventide Rackmount buy they are stupid expensive.

    And I assure you, no one ever demos these things right. I'm going to get you all some 80's/Metal loving with this amp.

    This was my buddy's SOLDANO SLO-100 Rackmount with a Maxon Tubescreamer in front of it. It was a tremendous amp.
    It will literally melt your face off and so unforgiving.
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  4. #27

    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Lake District, UK
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    Well in mate. Great score.

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  6. #28

    Join Date: Sep 2008
    Location: Somerville, Ma
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    Well shit. Happy new amp day!
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  7. #29

    Join Date: May 2011
    Location: Wakefield, UK
    ME: Swirley Shirley
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    Rig: SLO & Roadkill 2x12

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    Enjoy your amp. They're incredible.

    Be careful with time based effects the loop is very tricky with them. Unless you've got the channels very well balanced you will get a momentary volume jump when switching channels.
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  8. #30

    Join Date: May 2011
    Location: Wakefield, UK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Nice! Would love to try one but I'm not going to pay the asking price and I don't have the drive to get a second job fir one <img src="" border="0" alt="" title="Laugh" class="inlineimg" />

    Regarding delays/verbs I got a earthquaker devices avalanche run recently and I love it. Can do everything from subtle stuff for solos to massive, and I do mean massive texture style ambient tones. Also has expression pedal input if your into that.
    If only there was someone in the UK who could build you an affordable one...

  9. #31

    Join Date: Jun 2006
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    ME: 02 NAMM Jackson RR
    MA: Takamine 12
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    Rig: SLO|Road King|Überschall

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    SLO 100

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