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Re: Looking for a small rack preamp (Roland Gp100?)

Cool. Thanks all for the comments on these. You know, I have the VF-1, and 
the Roland Jazz Chorus and Fender Twin patches on that unit aren't half 
I used the Roland patch at my last gig.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hazard factor" <artists@hazardfactor.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 2:29 PM
Subject: RE: Looking for a small rack preamp (Roland Gp100?)

> I owned a PSA-1 and a GP-100 (now use a GT-Pro)...I liked the GP-100
> better. Not only did it do crazy effects (backward pitch-shifted loops) 
> but
> the preamp sounded better. The PSA sounded boxy, and every setting was 
> just
> a slitly EQ'd version of the last one. It would be great if you liked the
> original boxy tone, but I didn't.. Maybe the new one is different. Maybe
> with soumething like a Boss VF-1 for effects, it would be ok, but I just
> didn't like the tone at all.
> The GP-100 did clean and high gain very well. In between tones, not so 
> much,
> but it was made in 95, which was the birth of amp modeling. The GT-Pro,
> though, is an incredible box. I wish it were 1 space instead of 2. Most 
> the inside is empty.
> Dave Eichenberger
> http://www.hazardfactor.com
>> I had mine for 10 yrs & I know they have revamped the unit as
>> well. I see them used for around 350 these days. As far as
>> the Jazz tones go, some of the fender presets work well & the
>> one clean marshall sounds good too.
>> Cheers
>> Lou
>> >How are the jazz amp tones of this beast?   I see that it
>> has Fender and
>> >Boogie tones, like the Tri-Axis, Twin, etc. They have PSA Blues, PSA
>> >Rock, PSA Misc., and PSA Heavy categories....man, why not PSA Jazz?
>> >Damn.  I see they are down to $580 or so...used to be $700 about 5
>> >years ago...they didn't go down much, did they?
>> >
>> >Kris
>> >