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Re: Modeling Amps
Though not an amp, the Boss GT-6 works really well with my Steinberger
GL-2-T. I'd set up a Brian May patch from Killer Queen, since I like the
tone quite alot, and last weekend, when playing with Brother Synch, or at
least two brothers from said arrangement, lol! Bret said, "Hey!, -it's
Brian May!" -without my saying anything about the patch.
Anyway, I've tried the POD, Line-6 Veta, the Vox, the VGA-7, the GT-3,
Digitech RP-2000, VG-8, and VG-88, and actually prefer the 6 since it feels
the most like a tube so far, in one pedal board processor. I've not tried
either the Fender Cybertwin or the Marshall Modeling amp, and would like
to, but really would like a nice light little floor processor so I can
carry it and go direct so am really happy with the 6. In addition to the
Vox AC-30 Brian May idea, I was able to get very close to a Fender Vibrolux
whose clean tone I really like.
Anyway, it also has some very musical synth tones which I also like, and
very nice effects, so depending on your tastes, it might be something worth
trying. -just my thoughts. -Best of luck...
At 09:01 PM 9/9/02 -0400, you wrote:
>What kinds of modeling amps are folks from this site using (where
>I've bought (and sold) several different incarnations since I've 'arrived'
>at using the Fender Cyber-twin and a Roland VG-88 (ok-not really an amp).
>did own, at one time, a Roland VGA-7 that I really liked for it's tuning,
>string and capo capabilities. I also tried a VOX Valvetronix which I
>wanted to like but it, again, seemed to be oriented towards lots of
>distortion/headbanging sounds. Oh, I returned a Rocktron Replitone twin
>speaker amp. A very nice amp, I might say. Very loud! Good effects, too.
>lous for my home studio, though.
>The Cyber Twin is an awesome amp, IMHO. It produces very nice-sounding
>models, particularly of Fender models (duh!).
>Anyhow, I was just curious of other folk's experiences from this website.
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