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Direct comparison of 20+ high gain amps

Discussion in 'Backline' started by Lasse Lammert, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. Frost Mutant

    Frost Mutant New Metal Member

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    Great! Amazing comparison! I liked Soldano SLO 100 for how in your face it sounds and Gus G randall for that really tight low end. Surprised how huge the Framus sounded too, I bet there´s a lot of low end candy left even after filtering the rumble. You can really hear how some amps sound really cheap and 2 dimensional compared to the bigger ones. Someone commented about how similar these sound, I think the difference doesn´t seem so big when listening in solo because even if a sound had a muffled low end, top end buried under hiss or whatever, you can still hear it in solo. Trying to get a "inefficient" tone cut through in a mix and appear huge is a nightmare and that might never happen with some of these amps. I bet you could get that SLO 100 so loud in a mix it wouldn´t even make sense.

    Thanks for the effort! Subscribed and watched the cab comparison too :}
    Great micing, can I ask what the recording signal chain is?
     
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    everybody's x My name is Damage

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    ada mp1 sounds outstanding. I've forgotten. I need to dust mine off
     
  3. Alex M

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    Thank you very much! It's a very good comparison
     

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