|ChaseMorris15 ||11-29-2012 08:09 PM |
What's the difference between the regular sansamp and the 3-channel sansamp?
I think there has to be some difference, the 3 channel is only like $10 more? Two more channels for $10?
|Big_Daws ||11-29-2012 09:47 PM |
not much apart from the fact you can recall saved settings...its why i got the programmable one for the flexibility for 10 bucks difference in cost
|mowburger ||11-30-2012 09:54 AM |
The PBDDI does not have a parallel out tho. Y?
|derrico1 ||11-30-2012 11:15 AM |
Saving presets is a nice feature, although the deluxe-sized SansAmps are pedalboard hogs.
|jaywa ||11-30-2012 11:55 AM |
I also would encourage you to at least consider the SansAmp ParaDriver, which is the same form factor as the classic BDDI but adds a sweepable midrange control.
|musicman7722 ||12-08-2012 07:25 AM |
The three way version is hotter when the vol and dr are set as on the standard unit. Not a bad thing just a warning. I own and use both:)
I have had a bit of g.a.s to try the para driver. Can I get the same overall feel as the BDI?
|pauliebass ||12-08-2012 07:34 AM |
While the 3 channels were useful, I sold it in favor of my older BDDI. I like looking down and seeing the settings. The switch on channel 3 would misfire sometimes as well.
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