Where do/would you get your pedals from?
How much is a good price?
Is it worth getting new ones or keeping my (ancient) ones which are broken and trying to get them fixed?
Thanks in Advance,
> Random guess: suitably valued resistor?
thats there still got to guess 3 more.
Hint-try building a custom amp.
> Multieffects units are like the virtual modelling amps: Its nice to
> have lots of pretty sounds to play with, but at the end of the day a
> real marshall stack/fender twin/flanger pedal etc., sounds 1,000
> times better than something that THINKS marshall stack/fender
> twin/flanger pedal etc. For what you're actually going to use, its
> definitely worth spending the money on a few decent quality
> stompboxes than a clever box of tricks.
The thing is, it's best not to think of it like that. I use mine because I like the sounds I can make with it. I don't care if the Marshall models don't sound like a real Marshall stack, because I like what they do sound like. It's about sounding good, not mimicing a sound perfectly. As for the modulation FX, they're virtually indistinguisable from their analogue counterparts. There's a massive difference between cheap multi-FX and those in the £200+ range.
> the plans for what me and
> my bro done because we were able to put a "component" in to
> stop it blowing.
Random guess: suitably valued resistor? My new cunning plan involves using either the D.I. from my amp head which comes straight out of the pre-amp, or the effects loop. Either way it shouldnt damage the amp at all...i think.
I wish you the best in building you talkbox.
Let me no if it works.
From what you've said, and from what I know about...erm...'professional' talkboxes, i think ive got a fairly good idea what to do. Professional ones go between the amp and the speaker (head and cabinet) so alls i needs to do is get a small 8z speaker cone, stick it in a box, attatch jack sockets, plug amp head into one, cabinet into the other, and stick a tube infront of the speaker.....i think. Does it go something like that?
> Computer effects blow.
They're probably not authentic
> Boss GT-6
The real thing is extremely expensive.
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