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Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by thenaiverabbit, May 11, 2011.
guys plz help me...which 1 is bettr????
I use a Tone Hammer regularly on sessions and love the tone I get, as do the engineers and artists. Really easy to achieve warm old school tones yet not too coloured if you dont want. The AGS Gain circuit is quite useful and musical too.
I dont use the paradriver, so I dont have much of a reference unfortunately, but I do use a Sansamp VT into a Radial JDI, and get good results as well, but definately a more coloured preamp. I would presume the paradriver would be fairly coloured too?
thanks a lot buddy.
you make me really want that thing more than I already did.
I own both. The Tone Hammer can get a more aggressive distortion than the ParaDriver. The AGS gives a strong overdrive signal when cranked. The ParaDriver is more subtle with its Drive control. Both have excellent EQ sections with semi-parametric mid, and both are of very high quality construction. I'd say the Tone Hammer is more versatile, with a broader range of tones and distortion levels, if you're into that sort of thing. I like them both.
well am not worried bout the distortion part...i hav the odb-3 fr that.i just want to hav my bass clean tones coloured and hav that punch n warmth.thanks though guys