Sans-amp (PDDI vs VT), Sonic Stomp, DI chain question
I'm building a micro board to have in case I can't use my rig, which is becoming common.
I have a standard full pedal board that I use for guitar and bass, but I dont need it for a couple of the bass gigs I have.
So I was gonna make a micro board with just a tuner, Sonic Stomp, and sans amp.
that way I can use it with my main board if needed, or just use it alone for smaller venues.
Anyway. My questions are
1. I'm trying to decide between the Para-Driver DI or the Bass VT. I've owned both before in the past, and know their qualities. But I also need it for guitar this time around, so I'm wondering if anyone has had experience with that.
2. I have a DI box, but if i went with the PDDI, i'd have a DI. though I know youre supposed to run the sonic stomp after everything in your chain, i couldnt with the sans amp because i'd need its XLR out.
Will a sonic stomp be defeated if i put it before the Sans Amp? or should I put it after and just use my other DI?
thanks in advance folks.
Imo, the Sonic Stomp is unnecessary. Better, would be a good eq pedal. As to the differences between the Sansamps, personal preference.
The para driver is meant as a multi purpose preamp, whereas the VT is bass specific, not to say it wont work on guitar. If you get a VT bass again look for the version with the speaker sim defeat, I much preffered it to the original. I am currently using a Para driver & the para mids are a useful tone sculpting addition.
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