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if Nik builds them yes, otherwise obviously hit and miss depending on the builder - a good diy kit does not a great amp make
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Bg wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 1:48 pm I'm sure we can do a better cab for it though ;)
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Bg wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 4:22 pm if Nik builds them yes, otherwise obviously hit and miss depending on the builder - a good diy kit does not a great amp make
Valid point. Nik made mine so I guess I was lucky

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Mini Forklift wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 4:14 pm
Mosfet wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 6:11 am sounds great in the demo and looks like quality work inside. Might have to look into ceriatone
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So update

Ok so I've had a few amps and ended it all with kemper.
So I thought......
It's funny how you can quickly get used to the tonal differences from just one amp as opposed to hundreds. This amp is awsome going to pure clean/plexi breakup to saturated gain that doesn't need pushing with a screamer ect.
I'm so glad I've gone back to simplicity and pure heat

Boom mind blown
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Olderama wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 10:29 pm So update

Ok so I've had a few amps and ended it all with kemper.
So I thought......
It's funny how you can quickly get used to the tonal differences from just one amp as opposed to hundreds. This amp is awsome going to pure clean/plexi breakup to saturated gain that doesn't need pushing with a screamer ect.
I'm so glad I've gone back to simplicity and pure heat

Boom mind blown
Simple can be good. Infinite options can lead to infinite indecision. If you've got something you like, where you can plug in and spend more time playing and less time tweaking settings then good for you!

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