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    Going MAD for that distorted sound
  • Birthday 06/03/1990

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  1. I'm interested in the traveler 210 can if you'd split?
  2. 200 hundred pounds. The test itself I don't particularly trust, would want to hear to believe it, but doesn't sound as natural as when they tested the barefaced guitar cab on a nother channel. Plus it's 200 quid for a stinky poo of *plastic*. Not easy to transport along with your other gear either I suppose. And more often than not smaller cabs I don't have an issue with treble and middle around the room but it's getting the lows to fill the room.
  3. Sounds to me like you'd be better off with a higher powered version of the MarkBass style of amp. I'd say I feel like mine has a "round" sound and I just use the Poweramp side, straight into the effect return. In regards to the fender rumble amp. I haven't used that head but used some of the others bits of gear. And I must say it is very good gear, for the price point it comes in at, but it's quiet clearly gear at a price point. The cabs more than the amps though I will say.
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  5. Ditto. It's definitely gotten better compared to older versions on the B3 for example, but sounds closer to a warmer and more bass friendly Tube screamer. I'll try and get a comparison sometime but right now my board is in bits while I build a bigger one.
  6. So from memory, bass octave, NYC bass muff, room reverb, fender bassman amp SIM and a compressor. And yeah the octaver is used for those big chorus bits! Never really liked digital multis either and I wouldn't use it without my preamp after it either. However I am so surprised with how good a lot of the sounds are even just flicking through the pedals and with out moving any settings they sound nice and pleasing.
  7. To cut a long story short, I wanted another drive didn't find much sense in spending £100 or north for something I already had (BB preamp) or something I hated for whatever reason. Tried lots of gear other love and ended up sending them back. So I heard about the Zoom B3n, I was sceptical as I'd used previous zoom gear and didn't think they were any good. Looked online and thought damn these drive sounds are pretty wicked. So went a head and thought screw it, for £130 I'd at least maybe get some drive sounds I like along with being able to try some other stuff out. Totally blown me away this thing. Excuse my dog playing.
  8. Would prefer to sell together at this stage so I can replace the whole lot in one go.
  9. Used ones tend to go for between 90 and 100 pounds. I love mine and had one on my board for over 7 years now.
  10. I'm basically after another BB and while they rarely come up I've seen a few RC preamps and have no idea how they sound compared and find it hard using YouTube to try and compare. Anyone had both and care to share thoughts?
  11. Need to hear it on bass to form an opinion myself. Sounds nice on that guitar though.
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