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  • #46
    Well, this is happening.

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    • #47
      Nice buy
      1994 Ibanez IC500 Iceman reissue
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      ESP LTD M-400
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      • #48
        Yes! It’s got huge bass. Also, with the boost on its like a big fuzz at certain settings.

        Your Wampler AIAB collection is starting to look like mine!
        Oh no.....


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        • #49
          The only Wampler I have now is a Tumnus Deluxe. I haven’t bought the Pinnacle Deluxe yet; I figured I’d get the discontinued stuff first — Triple Wreck, Mad Professor The 1.
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          • #50
            Here's slightly different question: How would you get a '90s Recto punk/pop/ska sound out of this assortment of stuff, without buying anything? This is for recording, not live. I generally run whatever I'm using through a H&K Red Box for cab/mic simulation.

            Amps
            • Champ clone
            • 18 Watter clone
            • Direct through Catalinbread SFT (Ampeg in a box) clone
            Pedals
            • Xotic BB Preamp
            • Rat clone
            • Boss SD-1
            • Big Muff clone
            • Boss DS-1
            • Whirlwind Gold Box
            Obviously, I'll try various things until I get a tone I like, but I think this is an interesting mental exercise. What combinations would you try?
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            • #51
              AMT R2 - https://reverb.com/item/34446912-amt...-effects-pedal

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              • #52
                Originally posted by devastone View Post
                My objection? And I’m not even kidding — the box doesn’t look sexy. But if the Triple Wreck doesn’t do it for me, I’ll probably get one.
                Last edited by Little Pigbacon; 01-04-2021, 03:07 PM.
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                • #53
                  I have an AMT M2 (JCM 800 clone) and it is excellent.

                  So if their R2 is of the same tonal quality (no reason why it wouldn't be), I would also give a nod to the AMT R2 a la devastone
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by Rich_S View Post
                    Here's slightly different question: How would you get a '90s Recto punk/pop/ska sound out of this assortment of stuff, without buying anything? This is for recording, not live. I generally run whatever I'm using through a H&K Red Box for cab/mic simulation.

                    Amps
                    • Champ clone
                    • 18 Watter clone
                    • Direct through Catalinbread SFT (Ampeg in a box) clone
                    Pedals
                    • Xotic BB Preamp
                    • Rat clone
                    • Boss SD-1
                    • Big Muff clone
                    • Boss DS-1
                    • Whirlwind Gold Box
                    Obviously, I'll try various things until I get a tone I like, but I think this is an interesting mental exercise. What combinations would you try?
                    I'll take the challenge...

                    I think for my first shot at the 90s Recto tone with that gear, I'd try the Rat with the gain around half way boosted with the BB Preamp into the 18 watter. That will hopefully be the right sort of fuzzy with a fat bottom end to at least get close to that pop punk sound.
                    Originally posted by crusty philtrum
                    And that's probably because most people with electric guitars seem more interested in their own performance rather than the effect on the listener ... in fact i don't think many people who own electric guitars even give a poop about the effect on a listener. Which is why many people play electric guitars but very very few of them are actually musicians.

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                    • #55
                      Even the old Sans-Amp v2 had a preset called "California" (for Mesa-Boogie)
                      But there must be better modelling amp now (Kemper and so on...)
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by LLL View Post
                        I have an AMT M2 (JCM 800 clone) and it is excellent.

                        So if their R2 is of the same tonal quality (no reason why it wouldn't be), I would also give a nod to the AMT R2 a la devastone
                        I've used the P2 and S2 and both are very good. The R2 has cab sim, preamp, and distortion box outputs, so very versatile.





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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Francois View Post
                          Even the old Sans-Amp v2 had a preset called "California" (for Mesa-Boogie)
                          But there must be better modelling amp now (Kemper and so on...)
                          Well, there's certainly worse.
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                            • #59
                              This is easily the best RIB pedal I’ve tried. Not that all of them have been billed as RIB pedals. More like drafted.
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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by TMD View Post
                                This is easily the best RIB pedal I’ve tried. Not that all of them have been billed as RIB pedals. More like drafted.
                                I haven’t tried a bunch but it has that bass and grind. I like the soft switch version too.
                                Oh no.....


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