by bfrete on 09-21-2014 04:55 AM
60w very powerful, I just cube 30w and it's not at all the same lemonade!
simillaires effects cube 30x but no tuner and works only bright clear sound
by Bidibuleable on 09-21-2014 03:49 AM
They equip my Les Paul for 6 months and they did not shake one bit! Installation is very simple and fast (I remember a pose Dunlop strap lock, hell ... ^^). Moreover, they have the very strong air and do not move at all. I removed a few times without problem (no problem of rust in the system, unlike the Dunlop) and once they are recovering, they remain in place. Not a single time did they cranked out, staggered, blocked or else ...
Still no trace of wear or oxidation, they are still new! I equipped my first Stratocaster with Dunlop and the difference is more than obvious: they rapidly oxidized, the mechanism locks every time I take them off, it also happens to uncouple their own, etc. In short, the galley. While there, that hey, it does not move, it is sound and effective. Thank you Loxx !!
I think each of my guitars equipped with them anyway.
by Bidibuleable on 09-21-2014 03:33 AM
It is now several months since I played with this strap: frankly, for the price, I was expecting worse than that! The strap is like good and very pleasant to use: it does not catch too much, it does not slip too much either, just enough! I used to carry my Les Paul and frankly it does, especially for the price ^^.
by Bidibuleable on 09-21-2014 03:28 AM
I use these cables for about 2 years: at the moment, they have not shown a sign of weakness or otherwise. Well, it's true that it costs a little more expensive than some entry-level (Yellow Cable etc.) cable, but it is not at all the same (for both signal transmission for the duration in time ).
So I appreciate their reliability: one has ever released yet. For cons, I think I will not repeat the same choice today: I will opt for the "Homemade" solution. By buying the cable to the meter (Sommer Cable, etc.) with good plugs (Neutrik Hicon or otherwise), you can get a good result (or better) for less.
by S2D on 09-21-2014 02:49 AM
Hendrix, Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Edge, Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Blackmore and every guitarist who's been in Iron Maiden. So what do they all have in common? The Fender Stratocaster. Originally built in the 1950's the Stratocaster has seen and done it all, the most popular and best selling guitar of all time apparently and one which has been copied by thousands of companies around the globe looking to cash in on it's legendary status and widespread appeal, but the Daddy of them all is still the American Standard Strat.
It comes equipped with 22 frets, 3 single coil pickups, a pickup selector switch with a choice of 5 pickup positions, 1 volume knob and 2 tone knobs. The neck is made from maple wood and also comes with a tremolo bar or whammy bar as i prefer to call it. The bridge is a stock Stratocaster bridge but from what i hear it can be upgraded to a floyd rose or similar locking bridge system (sold seperately) if you feel like doing a bit of Van Halen-esque divebombs and still want to stay in tune afterwards.
by Road370 on 09-21-2014 02:29 AM
What to say about this item other than the fact that he keeps the agreement and allow whatever happens to make very nice effects is a beautiful m.rde and I weigh my words indeed change the strings am even relatively complicated and very annoying in the long run I expect the 3 sets of strings 5 hours of your time is the minimum required after that you need a good dose of cold blood as much as a month cobra desert.
I regret this purchase because often changing tuning and string pulling it requires going to a luthier every time that takes at least 25 € and one week of delays. Speaking of tuning if I submitted myself to buy this ugly thing called pink floyd is because I voilais to switch from E to D with the D Tuna which is also one of the worst scams in recent years but I'll leave it to you to have haha!
FYI I did riding a jackson DK2M beautiful today rots in a centennial yes because the waste has the force of trying to change the strings even'm the handle suffers voltage change that subjected him FL result handle screwed.
Invented in 1977 and almost 35 years of existence they have not deigned to find a less farts system testicle and certainly less fart guitar.
Small summary of the costs generated by the invention of Satan:
- Jackson DK2M purchased 500 € a team of licensed floyd.
- Purchase Special FL 120 €
- Purchase of D Tuna € 50
- 2 passing in the luthier for adjustment after adjustment attempt missed by me: 2 x € 25
total € 200 charge for my guitar today is unusable.
by bodytwist on 09-21-2014 01:00 AM
- This is a delay pedal (s) digital (s).
- Different algorithms (12) can be edited in the front and more depth via the button "value".
- Comprehensive Connectivity: Stereo or mono in and out, midi in and out, input for expression pedal.
- Note the presence of a switch on the back that allow you to use one input and one output as a send-return, well done!
by coolpix on 09-20-2014 11:19 PM
Bought last year, I use it to add sound small events.
Its strong point is undoubtedly its ease of use, it is nearly plug'n'play!
There are 2 XLR inputs, 2 XLR / Jack 6.35mm (one with a Hi-Z button) and Line In 2 inputs, one with an RCA input and one with a Jack 3,65mm entry. So you could connect a group, if we exclude the batsman. Otherwise there is still a return (stereo) and inputs for footswitches (not included) and a digital reverb.
Sound, whether low or high volume, is very good and remains accurate. Equalization is very "strong", it must be subtle, like reverb (was quick to put too much). I love the Master EQ, which allows either boost the bass for listening to music or dig to better hear a voice.
At the low point, I do not see yet. It should of course not expect to be sound with large rooms, but for a bar / small scene that's enough.
Yamaha is a brand where we are in for something of quality. Whether for a speech or a band, I think it is a good quality / price ratio. It just remains to be seen how long the table will last.
by profx on 09-20-2014 10:37 PM
You copy the dir in your vst dir. And vla, it's good.
by SlapKid on 09-20-2014 08:48 PM
I love this series, it's my third after the purple wind and thunder, it starts to tax ...
Transistors course, smaller than a pedal bebert-boss, complete connectivity and settings ditto.
Alim lightweight, so switching ungrounded, it is true that it carries more noise than usual, too bad.
5watts but wicked accepts everything 4à16ohms (power drop in the charge amount, normal to the transistor).
by SlapKid on 09-20-2014 08:25 PM
View time soon time soon purchased at 249roros should not ask the question.
This is a copy of the special red course.
Difference in size, the pitch here is like Gigi is 628mm and that's what motivated my purchase (the short scale mustang genre is not my thing).
Also, point zero fret and it's a shame but hey, as the nut is perfectly realized move.
Vibrato is a standard to Schaller or maousse sturdy and very comfortable. The springs are back as usual.
The neck is glued and reinforced behind the head that hosts mini grover siouplé.
The pickups are Trisonic burns! Controlled by an on-off slider and phase out of phase each, 6 buttons in total. The dark signal on a master-volume master tone.
The finish is top-flight, is superbly carried both aesthetically and in terms of frets, a beautiful object.
by SlapKid on 09-20-2014 07:47 PM
That I'm a little disappointed in the end but that's just because of the effects, the rest is fine.
Ideally that would be the guitar with a distortion circuit (artec actually also gfs) is planned ...
A great product to play around all the time without taking cabbage (once set), try to adopt it, and Independence (aaa rechargeable 900mA) is high, which makes it even better.
72roros paid for it is a super good plan.
by Phil Terriou on 09-20-2014 06:16 PM
Amplification tube 120 watts 4: 6l6 and 4: 12AX7 / ECC83 so what a treat.
Two channels, clean and lube with warp function (solo / harmonics) and sub (strong bass).
Few people have, which gives it the high quality to give you a sound that not many people can afford.
The clean sound is frankly not "excellent", although it remains to actually play metal !!
by peperezikoss on 09-20-2014 05:27 PM
Made in USA
The handle has a very thin profile frets 22 C profile fine
which gives a quick game on the handle with dizzying slipped
a quick glance at the photos of the handle NC
by gaf1805 on 09-20-2014 04:53 PM
Before making the choice of microphones Tornado MS, I had traveled several weeks during the internet retailers selling pickups "boutique" and directly tried this kind of hand-wound pickups on Strats good level.
The decision to defer to MS Tornado was finally taken after asking Marc Aimar if I could go see him in order to try his Strat 60s.
I found in microphones MS Tornado Strat 60s all what I expected in terms of dynamics, frequency spectrum, versatility, personality (for the record, I asked Marc to mount a push-pull for me, in addition to the five positions "classic" Strat, couple of microphones 1 and 3, the Tele type or having three microphones at once, its very Dark Rock and, in any case, original).
Beyond that, I found a "good man" for outstanding professional and personal qualities, somewhat unusual.
Do you know many people who can give you five hours of their time every day to listen to you 1) to describe the guitar you make it, 2) define the sound you like, 3) play some music clips to the guitar? All that for eventually pose a diagnostic always very fair on the "micro" for you (or that you do not need it).
In addition to microphones, Marc advised me on a lot of "stuff" (amps, pedals and pedalboard, settings, etc.).
This is not someone who will push you to the "consumption" experience in sound and production technique of guitar pickups (but also amps, PA systems ...) allows him to suggest what you be best, not what it would feel like to sell you.
So I applaud with both hands this concept, hats off to Mr. Aimar, to whom I wish every success in the world of microphones and sound.
by airballoon on 09-20-2014 04:44 PM
Following a request that I just discovered: the KAMI blackrose installed on my LP CUSTOM the custom shop GIBSON, verse with NO PAF from the same manufacturer / designer. I think it is worth mentioning this info.
I use it for 1 year and a half, and I've tried many other mics before this one. .... The whole class really.
Without making too much, I found the gem, this kind of microphone that literally transcends the potential of a guitar.
I bought the guitar with pickups already installed on it, and I had tried many model before, when I plugged in my all-tube KOCH, I immediately felt the difference between the series and the fact hand slap!
EVERYTHING IS BALANCED clear crunch yesterday gain, micro cash everything. Very accurate, with a high level of output, it requires precision in the game.
A MUST HAVE ON ITS guitar
by Vinz67 on 09-20-2014 04:03 PM
The keyboard is very nice. Mostly I was looking for a workstation with a good heavy feel, I found the feel of A08 was superior in many digital pianos input and even middle midrange! In addition we have a pitch bend, modulation and two assignable button.
Connectivity is basic but not insignificant. For my taste it lacks a MIDI Thru (there are only IN and OUT), but we have taken two programmable pedals and that's good.
The sounds are very numerous, and categorized and each part can have its own effect, it's really more for multitimbral use.
The Sampler échantilloner lets you play, play WAV, MP3. Samples can not be used as a source for the patches.
There is also an arpeggiator, chord memory (do not care) and "rhythm" patter that lets you use the arpeggiator as a rhythm (with entro / ending, fill in, variation).
by lerevecbeau on 09-20-2014 03:27 PM
It's been 15 days that I bought. I used a classic tuner where he had to unplug the guitar to plug into the tuner or, when there is no noise around, I grant to the ear.
If I decided to buy the tuner is because I wanted a foot which is more convenient (no need to unplug the jack to plug into the tuner).
- Chromatic Tuner
- Works at the foot
- The bypass function
- Ability to accord such 442Hz instead of 440Hz
- Ability to connect it to a 9V transformer
- Unclear ... Anyway, my old tuner is better and also my ear
- Battery 3.7V rechargeable and non-replaceable lithium. So expect another tuner or a 9V transformer in case of battery failure.
For the price, I think it not worth it. A remake? No.
by chupachups on 09-20-2014 02:56 PM
See the manufacturer's specifications:-)
Comes with 4 inputs and 4 audio outputs,
Software to configure the machine and transfer samples.
No headphone jack - (((((
by jamusique on 09-20-2014 01:46 PM
The lamps are their taff. Flair button brings some clarity (say treble frequencies) but it's not obvious. 48v a knob, a phase reverse for each channel is significant. THE compression is the compression pump. Instead, it is so quiet that you wonder if there really is one. Headroom fill all the microphones in demand.
by Dca lp on 09-20-2014 01:11 PM
- 10 records jack neutrik gold
- 3m cable (from memory)
- 1 mini cutters
So 5 patch cables (12 € / piece)
Cables patches that can be cut to the desired length to perfect his pedalboard.
The implementation is a breeze: the desired length is chosen, cut with the side cutter provided and is driven into the male connector jacks. Then you shake the single fastener with a small screwdriver and it's done.
Visually it's pretty and exudes quality.
Warning: This solderless kit is ONLY create patches cables, not instruments jacks 2m! Technically it is possible but it will not be all shot. It is designed for connecting a pedal attached to initially pedalboard!
In terms of sound quality is impeccable, no loss in the high frequencies, midrange and bass; unlike the yellow cables and others I have had in troubleshooting before.
To sum up, this kit is not cheap, but helps to make the desired patch cables for his pedalboard custom Personal length. Given the time seems right, I bought 3 kits over 2 years and no problems reported.
A good alternative for those who can not weld, for those who do not want to complicate things. I redid this choice to even 2x growing my pedalboard, but if I had to do a full pedalboard, I think I would do my patches single cable with a soldering iron. It is certainly pleased tedious, but the bill is divided by 2 to see 3!
by julian_r7 on 09-20-2014 09:14 AM
I was about to start a project that required orchestral samples and I got advice to use Quantum Leap: it turns out that this was great, because it spared me from going through hundreds of mediocre plugins.
The installing process is as simple as any other plugin of the sort: install it and load it from your DAW. I never had any compatibility issues, and the software is clear enough that it does not require a manual for basic use: all the modelling tools are visible from start. I only did resort to the manual when I came to use Keyswitch samples and other advanced options, and not only the instructions were clear but also it provided me with means of making my music more realistic and full of subtleties.
by julian_r7 on 09-20-2014 08:45 AM
The general configuration is as easy as it gets: a very straightforward install and then you just load Kontakt and drop the program in it. Then select the types of voices. You will probably take some time to get acquainted with the tool and develop a good workflow. You get to pick and choose consonants and wovels to build your words, which makes for a tiresome process. Actually some users developed utilities to solve this.
by jafi on 09-20-2014 08:43 AM
Modeling amp with a 12AX7 tube that comes after the transistor part of 20 watts to 30 watts with the lamp. with lots of effects including vintage effects to the Jimi Hendrix (octave ...) is the specialty of vox.
Amp Model List (33)
* Three Version of Each amp model are Provided: Standard, Special, and Custom.
Clean, Cali Clean, US Blues, US 2x12, VOX AC15, VOX AC30, UK Rock, UK Metal, US High Gain, US Metal, Metal Shop
Effect Model List (25)
Pedal: Comp, Acoustic, Auto Wah, U-Vibe, Brn Octave, Treble Boost, Tube OD (overdrive), Gold Drive, Org Dist, Metal Dist, Fuzz
Modulation / Delay: CE Chorus, Multi Chorus, Flanger, Org Phase, Twin Trem, G4 Rotary, Pitch Shift, Filtron, Tape Echo, Delay, Chorus + Delay
Reverb: Room, Spring, Hall
Preset Song (33)
tuner button, master, power. optional pedalboard, it is robust
by S2D on 09-20-2014 07:13 AM
The Softube Tube-Tech CL1B is a plugin emulation of the original hardware unit by the same name. The hardware compressor has been around since 1987 and was created in Denmark as an updated LA-2A opto style of compressor. It has a legendary reputation and a starring role as the go to compressor in many top studios around the world, so it's easy to see why Softube decided to make a plugin to mimic the hardware. From the beginning, installation is straight forward although you do need an iLok to run the plugin...and the less said about that the better.
Anyway, once you have everything up and running in your DAW the configuration is very simple and the GUI is exactly the same as the hardware unit and beautifully done, infact you'll probably spend the first 5 minutes foaming at the mouth at how good it looks but of course it's not all about the looks, luckily though it sounds even better. The manual should be briefly consulted to get yourself familiar with the 3 different 'attack/release SELECT' sections, or you could just take my word for it when i say;
'Fixed' has an Attack time of 1 millisecond, and a Release time of 50 milliseconds.
'Manual' allows the user to set the attack time from 0.5 to 300 milliseconds and the release time from 0.05 seconds to 10 seconds.
and 'Fix/Man' is a combination of both and you will definitely need to read the manual for this as it is quite complex
It also features a side-chaining option like a lot of other compressors, the manual has a section where it gives settings to try for different applications such as vocals, guitars etc and this could be a starting point for new users of the CL1B.
by terenceyvorra on 09-20-2014 04:26 AM
it s aggit of a pedal wah it combines ease of use modern (optical detection) and a pretty vintage sound in the sense that ca n steve vai is not a sign she has a exelent beffer c the only non true bypass that I have and I didn acute loss of
in out 9v DC
by Brokenjig on 09-20-2014 04:08 AM
Samick Greg Bennett OM8 THIS TOP Solid Cedar, back, sides rosewood, rosewood bridge, electro acoustic, Fishman preamp with onboard tuner
by terenceyvorra on 09-20-2014 04:04 AM
7-band equalizer and a booster both functions are intependantes true bypass factory in Italy in out energizable 9 to 12V
by farid601 on 09-20-2014 03:54 AM
I own this case since one month .Prior this model I used a holster brand Gator (very good), this one is the entry level Fender that takes nothing. aesthetic side I find it rather nice and sober interior is lined with black fur (damage another color would have given him a less austere appearance) that protects the well instrument.Normalement to receive one as a Jazz Bass Precision that seems rather expected it to JB are also finding its place but it houses more difficult but nothing serious ... Question weight is not particularly light + or - 4kg, as we add 4kg of the instrument and some trinkets (Jack, tuner, etc.) is easily passes the 8kgs ,, happily handle the team rather confortable.Un small problem concerning the closing of the case entirely of plastic which raises questions about their life ...
The price / quality ratio is pretty good and as to whether I remake this chois only time will tell.
by mac book on 09-20-2014 03:45 AM
everything was already said to be on great amp, it's lights 15 watts of power, two separate channels normal channel and top boost channel
reverse, great tremolo as well