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As a genuine fan of this band:
I can appreciate the name :)
It's a personal preference to the vintage vs. modern debate:
I personally think the vintage "lead sleds" of yore beat the look, tone and feel of...
The benefit of having a separate compression pedal is the amount of control over settings. If your amp is one knob, you are missing the ability to...
Or that they are hell to transport because they are just oversized enough to not fit both into a standard cargo space.
I had two of them with the...
Try eq'ing your V4B differently with the cab and see if that doesn't make you think differently about it?
I play a 62 Reissue Jazz into the...
Ampeg V4B Reissue
Fender Bassman TV15
Hotone Thunder Bass
Mesa Boogie Pulse 600
I own an AD200B as well, and IMO the V4B reissue feels more powerful in its presence at its 100W rating than the Orange at its 200W rating, with...
I have the Monarch (and granted, I haven't used it in a while), but that does sound abnormal. Without being able to sit down with it right now and...
Rolling off a bit of tone, finding a warmer compression or turning off the cab's horn (if possible) are all options.
Your strings can also be a...
I stopped reading comments after post #3.
8 are used regularly on my board.
2 to 5 of them get used in rotation at home, for farting around and writing demos.
The rest sit and...
No experience with the Hartke head, but I definitely (personally) would start with putting the Sans Amp aside for a bit.
I used to rely pretty...