BY Cdog - Mon Nov 05, 2018 6:15 am
Sounds like you need an amp like pedal doing the work so the digital end is just adding volume.
Something like a Tech 21 Blonde or Catalinbread formula 55 maybe?
calling card wrote:Can your digital do 4x6L6 Fender Twin
Aquila Rossa wrote:Origin Effects Cali 76 compressor might do it for you.
Reg18 wrote:calling card wrote:Can your digital do 4x6L6 Fender Twin
It just has clean/crunch/High gain etc, not specific models. However it does have a switch on the back for changing class A or class A/B and you can select 6v6,EL84,KT88,6L6,EL34 simulation although I’ve played a lot with them and prefer 6V6 in class A/B the most but I’ll keep on experimenting.
I think the cab sims could be a key part of the equation I could experiment with, I think we settled on a Marshall 4x12 with GT75s, the Greenback version was ok too.
Reg18 wrote:Aquila Rossa wrote:Origin Effects Cali 76 compressor might do it for you.
Si has one for sale and if I can raise the funds I’ll probably give it a try.
Although I think my Diamond Comp JR is actually pretty good the Cali looks way more tweakable!
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Bg wrote:In this situation, for a start, I'd ignore anyone who offers advice who doesn't use a digital rig, or have tried it, or suggests anything when they clearly haven't read your post - as in attenuators etc etc...
Can you take the unit home and experiment because without doing that you aren't going to get to a stage where you get comfortable with a tone. And with your board you might be smashing the front end or not hitting it hard enough or a multitude of different things.
Do you just get to play with it on the day and rehearsals? Cos you aint going to sort tone in 7 days, even with a day off