You know, garages are surprisingly livable these days. Plop in a couch and some throw pillows, and bam, a cozy living room so your family stays out of your jam space!Alan and I were discussing this. I'm just going to put closet doors on the front of my house and then voila, 5000 sq ft of Toan ClosetTM.
Yeah, the two extremes of vibrato... painfull jagged vs smooth perfectly in time.It gave me hives, I hope Rocka hears it. :lol:
I never really cared about solos and/or vibrato TBH. My main focus has always been to write killer riffs (which I fail miserably at). I would much rather listen to a riff machine like Dino over Steve Vais noodling any day.its just weird how many people overlook such an important thing. Ill take pentatonic box 1 with great vibrato over sweeps followed by nervous vibrato any day.
Hi, 7DTSo, I modded my randall rm100 to take synergy modules. Easy to do too. Turns it into a 6 channel midi switchable amp. With a power section that'll take damn near any valve. I'd recommend doing this.
- Soldano modules is very close if not dead on, i attributed difference between my clone and the slo module to el34 (randall) vs 6l6 (sloclone)
- Extacy module is great, but
- Uberschall is one to get
- TDLX is good for cleans and low gain sounds.
- Fryette modules have got really good reviews. I kind of fancy one
- VH4 module is apparently really good too
- BE odule was crap, sold it
- Savage module I didn't like at all, but I don't like ENGL, so YMMV
In terms of old randall modules (still compatible with synergy)
- Dan Donegan module is really good. Despite Dan Donegan.
- Xtacy module is flat as fuck compared to the synergy one
- Ultra module can be kind of fun
You can also start getting her salvation audio modules too, and his shit is pretty fucking awesome. There's another company as well that does stuff, but name escapes me.