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FS: Viva Analog Acoustic 360+ lite preamp pedal

Discussion in '[OLD FORUM] Bass Guitars, Amps, and Accessories: F' started by David Wilson, Jul 6, 2004.


  1. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY
    Brand new, very little use. I waited so long for this to be built (the wait is 5-6 months) that I changed my plans in the meantime.

    Find more info at: http://www.lynx.bc.ca/~jc/vivaAnalog360.html

    Comes with 9v adapter but can take any standard boss type psu.

    These are $275 new, this is in mint condition and never left the house. I'd like to see $190 shipped for it.

    No trades please.
     
  2. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY
  3. AndyMan

    AndyMan Supporting Member Commercial User

    Jun 17, 2000
    Columbus, Ohio
    http://myplaceproductionsllc.com/
    Hi--

    Can you please tell me more about your pedal?

    Does it function just like a rack mounted pre? I.e., can I use it to drive a power amp??

    Thanks,
    Andy
     
  4. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY
    Hi, Schematics etc are at the viva analog site on the link.

    Yes, this can directly drive a power amp and was designed to do so.
     
  5. spc

    spc

    Apr 10, 2004
    South of Boston
    what do you think of it's sound?
    did you try it with a power amp?
    regular amp?
    Likes or dislikes one or the other?
    thanks...
     
  6. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY
    I think it sounds great, a lot in a small package.
    Yes
    If you mean prior to a preamp or head, then yes.
    Running one preamp into another obviously increases the possibility of overlapping frequency bands for bass boost etc and increases the chance of signal noise. This is also the case when using an onboard preamp and regular preamp.
     
  7. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY
  8. David Wilson

    David Wilson Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporting Member

    Oct 14, 2002
    Lower Westchester, NY