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  • What amp would this Sansamp GT2 setting be?

    I run my Sansamp GT2 with these settings:

    Mod switch @Hi-Gain,
    Amp switch @Californian,
    Drive @10-11 o'clock

    What amp would this be replicating? I figure a Mesa but a Mark/Rect/something else?

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    Re: What amp would this Sansamp GT2 setting be?

    California is Mesa

    High gain could be anything, but most likely is some kind of Mark, as Recto's are retardedly high gain.
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    • #3
      Re: What amp would this Sansamp GT2 setting be?

      Ask Lloyd at [email protected]

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      • #4
        Re: What amp would this Sansamp GT2 setting be?

        Mesa, no doubt.

        I always liked that pedal set for more of a Marshall crunch (AC/DC -ish)

        Sliders
        -----------
        Cabinet: Vintage
        Mod: Clean
        Amp: British



        Knobs
        --------
        Gain: 50%
        Treble: 40%
        Bass: 100%

        Very cool 70's Marshall tone.


        Great pedal, but a SLIGHT bit lacking in the mids. For anything a bit scooped or more crunchy, it can't be beat. It was my main box for years.

        Mac-P
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        Last edited by Mac-P; 05-20-2004, 09:47 AM.
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