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#837545
Molly wrote:Not tried the PRS but can recommend Victory. If your existing amp has a loop you can buy a Victory preamp as a stand alone unit and effectively have two amps in one.

I'm planning on keeping my Victory RK50. It does a great clean to dirty on just the guitar's volume knob. Doesn't need two channels. Plus it has reverb and trem.


What sort of $$$ was the RK50? If you run your kemper clean using the power section of the RK50, do your clean patches stay clean, or do they break up? Just curious.

I assume in the UK people mostly sell stuff on eBay?
#837550
Zaulkin wrote:
Molly wrote:Not tried the PRS but can recommend Victory. If your existing amp has a loop you can buy a Victory preamp as a stand alone unit and effectively have two amps in one.

I'm planning on keeping my Victory RK50. It does a great clean to dirty on just the guitar's volume knob. Doesn't need two channels. Plus it has reverb and trem.


What sort of $$$ was the RK50? If you run your kemper clean using the power section of the RK50, do your clean patches stay clean, or do they break up? Just curious.

I assume in the UK people mostly sell stuff on eBay?


Bought the RK from Andertons last year whilst still in NZ. Can't recall the price. Only recently bought the Kemper and have no plans to run it through the RK's loop. Bought something else for that so can't answer your question, sorry.

I've avoided eBay whilst here. Seems too tied-in with restrictive payment / refund rules.
#837630
bobiron wrote:Hey Zaulkin, I have a Night TRain and a Mini Rec with an Ampeg v30 closed cab if you want to try them out. I am in Hobsonville.


Hi Bobiron,

Thanks heaps, if things slow down any time soon I will have to hit you up about that!
#837791
I read some really great reviews about the PRS MT-15. It's suprising that RS don't seem to have brought them in despite having a video clip of it on their website. I would have been really keen to try one (despite me already having "lunchbox" pretty well covered)
#837796
matman wrote:I read some really great reviews about the PRS MT-15. It's suprising that RS don't seem to have brought them in despite having a video clip of it on their website. I would have been really keen to try one (despite me already having "lunchbox" pretty well covered)


Yeah I would like to try one too.

The Victory RK50 is probably the best fit for what I want, but id need to try one to confirm that. I wish more of these lunchbox ones had reverb. I get the idea is that you'd use your pedalboard, but I also see these heads as a portable ready to go amp head.

I only use the power section, but just like having something ready to go without having to move stuff if my pedalboard were to die. Also just a nice option for a small gig somewhere.