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> Guitarists: Amp Modeling, What Are You Using?
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post Mon 25 Dec 2006, 20:16
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Hi,
I suggest using a THD Hotplate power attenuator. You can crank your amp, then adjust the output at the hotplate to a desired level, leaving you amp's tone mostly intact. The modelling stuff is ok in my opinion, but will never touch the feel and vibe of a good valve amp.
Also, you may want to put a Carl Martin compressor on the front end. They're extremely transparent, and levels things out very nicely. It the best compressor I've ever used, bar none.
Check these out at: www.guitarnova.com
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