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RE: FOR SALE: Mesa Boogie Mark I Combo Amp
The good thing about the tonelab is that you can
bypass the preamp or cab models if you'd like. I've
never tried keyboards but I run my acoustic guitar and
bass through it with pretty good results. Remember
most guitar preamps roll off quite quickly after 8K or
so and you're not going ot want your keyboard sounds
to do that.... or maybe you do. Low end wont' be an
issue, but bass has a drop-d bridge set up and it
seems to do fine. (I come out of the tonelab and go
into a Soundcraft board and on to Mackie studio
If I remember I'll run the output of one of my synths
though it and see how it works.
--- mech <email@example.com> wrote:
> At 10:10 AM -0700 6/23/06, mark sottilaro wrote:
> >Wait! There's MORE! I did find a way to get a
> >JC120 sound out of the Tonelab! I forget how
> >I'll check tonight and let you know. I know the
> >was leaving out either the amp modeling stage or
> >modeling stage. Also, I found I got better results
> >when I use the VF-1's stereo chorus (which I know
> >has a couple of)
> Hey Mark! Have you ever tried running keyboards or
> bass through your
> Tonelab? If so, how well did it take to processing
> having a full-range of frequency content, especially
> the low end?
> I've got a powered PA monitor that I'd like to warm
> up a bit (Gemini
> GX-350; think of it as in the same ballpark as a
> Mackie or JBL Eon)
> and I'm thinking the Tonelab might give a better
> playing response
> than your average tube mic preamp. Dunno how well
> the Tonelab deals
> with a full frequency spectrum though...
> "Behind every fear lies a wish, don't you think...?"
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