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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by BryanB, Sep 28, 2002.
Anyone have a copy of this manual?
I do...email me and I can send it; many, many pages.
ok, I think I want one now...
ha! Thinking of working a bit of "banjo" or "bad transistor AM radio" into your industrial goth tunes are we....?
No, my guitarist might want it for that. I want it for the ultra low and low mid growl settings (the industrial bass tone I use is almost exactly like a dub tone but with more lowmid emphasis and clarity).
I have actually been trying to work the SF-2 into my rig, meeting mostly with only limited success. With my M2000, DBX120XP and BBE it just hasn't been useful. My Mesa doesn't go nearly as deep as I need it too but the SF-2 just eats up power and and headroom and frequently "peaks" out my system. I may try it again later w/o the DBX and BBE but I am seriously hooked on that subharmonic synth; can't gig w/o it. Too bad my stupid Mesa doesn't give me a 30hz slider, only a 50hz one so my tone ends up a bit on the "shallow" side at times. Methinks I may have to sell it soon...I am tired of banging my head against the wall with this thing. A new M-Pulse 600 may be in my future.....
Mesa heads don't have much lowend, IMO... I like ampeg and SWR heads for lowend, If I could only have the girth of an SVT with the tone and clarity of an SWR. Ah well
Ashdowns have massive low end, which is some of why I want one. As a bonus, they have a subharmonizer included.
Sounds like you are looking for an Aguilar.
Could be..but I need something in 2 rack spaces that is completely "contained." That DB359 would not be loud 'nuff for me? I have heard allot about how "deep" those new M-Pulse Mesa heads are. Apparently much more than the M2000 series which is more for "punchy" thumb-style playing. I have heard they grind up nicely...???