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  • #16
    Re: Herbert vs Uberschall....or Recto??

    Originally posted by Peterku
    If you'd done that earlier, now you wouldn't have needed to launch this thread...
    nah...easy words...i said i will try them...with time and pacience...
    i cant go there and tell the man at the shop, hey, ive come to try'em all!! ...so, go putting them in a row...alphabetical order please

    but like a lot of things ill try one this week, maybe...er, another one next month...and so on...but if i have things clear i dont even need to try them...

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    • #17
      Re: Herbert vs Uberschall....or Recto??

      Originally posted by Neeradj
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      The best boo-teek high gainer I've ever played or owned is the VHT Ultralead, although the Koch Powertone II comes close. Massive tone, just the right amount of gain, but amazing clarity and completely unforgiving. Really if you think the Bogner XTC 101B's lead channel is unforgiving play this sucker, if you're a bad player you'll absolutely hate it, or you'll love it because it helps you figure out your common mistakes. If you're a good player you'll love it even more since it's so responsive you can hear almost every nuance of your playing. It is pretty stiff though, but that can easilly be dialed out.
      The Ultralead is great for fast, shredding type stuff as it tracks super tight....but it's almost solid state in it's feel and doesn't have the same sag and note blossom as slower amps.
      || Guitar | Wah | Vibe | Amp ||

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      • #18
        Re: Herbert vs Uberschall....or Recto??

        Originally posted by WaR HeaD
        btw...what do you think about 2 ch amps vs 3 ch amps? 2 ch amps use to be more solid or just because the classics has 2 ch, while the others have more modes and options, so more tones to find... and then a rack setup that goes progresive in that terms...
        From all the research I've done (I've never played a 3ch, only various 2ch)you'd need to A/B them beside each other to tell the difference, and even then the differences are only slight, and you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference in a band mix.

        The second channel on the 3ch sounds pretty much identical to the orange (vintage) and red (modern) channels on the 2ch.

        The third channel on the 3ch has much more presence, which was done largely because people complained that the 2ch wasn't cutting through the mix.


        So, long and short.....a 2ch may sound a bit darker and smoother when used by itself, but it doesn't cut through a band as well as the newer 3ch.
        || Guitar | Wah | Vibe | Amp ||

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        • #19
          Re: Herbert vs Uberschall....or Recto??

          Soldano is KING of boutique metal amps! hope i can grab one soon!

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          • #20
            Re: Herbert vs Uberschall....or Recto??

            Here's the real king. The Brainchild of Reinhold Bogner, the original white chassis metalfront Ecstasy #32 w/all the options ever offered by Bogner. You'd have to cut my arm off to get this amp away from me.
            Originally posted by Boogie Bill
            I've got 60 guitars...but 49 trumpets is just...INSANITY! WTF!

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