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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by mjmeche, Mar 10, 2014.
To drive a power amp. Have an Eden WTDI it couldn't do it. Have a Prolite 3 DSP
I'm pretty sure a Darkglass B7K or Vintage Deluxe can drive a power amp.
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Aguilar Tone Hammer.
I'm really surprised that the WTDI can't drive that amp adequately. I use mine with a Peavey IPR1600 and I have had great results - plenty of signal.
The Aguilar Tone Hammer would be a nice option though.
Any of the tech 21 character pedals will do it.
Yes, this is good.
These are "the best" IMO.
These are good choices too.
There is tons out there to pick from. Do some research on the ones given here. All the ones named above will be more than adequate if not great for your purpose. Just depends on what type of tones/sounds youre going for.
The WTDI will do it if you don't mind some clipping (drive). It might not do the job with a completely clean signal.
I use a rack para eq between the preamp pedal and the power amp. It is good for extra gain I may need and fixing any room issues. I am using a Verellen Meatsmoke preamp.
It was farting out but it also did it on my powered Carvin LM15A too!
Someone on here uses a Hartke Bass Attack preamp pedal to drive a Crown power amp with much success.
Where do you have the gain set mj? I can't run mine past 9-10 o'clock without it sounding bad. I still have plenty of signal though at that setting.
Yeah, anything past 10 gets ratty! I need clean
zoom B3 can do it... (find the post that specifically addresses this).
Tech 21 paradriver. It works and I prefer it over the SABDDI. The paradriver doesn't have the built in mid scoop plus it has far more flexible EQ options. Maybe not the greatest thing since sliced bread, but I've yet to find anything that makes me want to replace it.
RMI Basswitch will drive just about any power amp, and it'll be clean.
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