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It seems you are looking to enhance the crunch of the amp, correct? or add a distortion pedal as a 3rd "channel"? If it's the latter, the Horizon...
That was my first real amp in about ‘82 or ‘83. Big and loud! Solid! The pull pot phase effect was awesome. Like catching the phase wave at any...
'Cuda...Good catch...I see what you did there!
I had an Express for a while. I think the only difference is the 65 vs 80 watts.
Thoughts on the HT-1?
So the Roadhouse is PCB and not handwired, hence the price difference? There aren't that may re-sales out there, but they're still quite pricey.
Grainy? hmmm. I don't like the sound of that. I'll listen closer to some demos. Thank you for your input!
Those Victory amps look nice, but pretty limited for combos.
I prefer milk fed girls.
They don't come up very often. I've never seen one in a store...never had the opportunity to play one, but I've always loved what I've heard from...
I was referring to the Hot. No effects loop. And the other poster was comparing it to the built in effects of the Katana. Completely different.
I have to agree with him...I think it sounds icky...but I probably use more gain than most of y'all.
My first experience with Donner is the Alpha Force Multi Effect. I'm being sent my second replacement. I really like the pedal when it's working....
Yeah, but an effects loop and built in effects aren't the same. They include it on the more expensive BC models.