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Ray Jones

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  1. Ray Jones

    Adding Tube Warmth to Solid State amp

    If you can get one of these second hand though it fits the bill. I don't use it as a pedal. It Sits on top of the amp always on and sounds great in a mix.
  2. Ray Jones

    Adding Tube Warmth to Solid State amp

    I know that with the VMT/Guma the eq section is after the drive section so if you are happy with your own amps eq you could leave it flat. I don't know how transparent it is. It also has a blend.
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    Adding Tube Warmth to Solid State amp

    It could be trying to emulate the compression tubes give. Tubes do mellow out the highs. Did you make the ampegulator? You could give the GUMA Antique Drive kit a try.
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    Adding Tube Warmth to Solid State amp

    Does the ampegulator not add tube like warmth? For what it's worth I was doing some tracking at home with the DHA VT-1 earlier straight into the computer and it made the bass super warm and tubey. It's the one without the eq from 2008 or there abouts. I'd stopped using it because of the 12v power supply a while back but it sounds really great. I'm glad I dug it out.
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    Light, warm (and cheap!) drive pedal

    Hi, I posted this during the week on Talkbass with sound clips. https://www.talkbass.com/threads/mosky-b-box.1385530/page-2#post-22290087 It would fit your needs perfectly I think and is only £16 delivered. It does really great clean boost to mild amp like breakup whilst keeping the bass tone intact. It can do higher gain too but not as well imo. I described it more in depth earlier in the thread. I got mine here
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