Counterstriker wrote:.. only complaint is the volume is in the back of the rack, which could be tough if i needed a quick turn up during a song at a gig with low light.
mijknahs wrote:Start relying on your guitar master volume for headroom..
saylorsong wrote:saw this on my local craigslist. Anyone ever use one of these for guitar? I read they are pretty great for Bass rigs.
mijknahs wrote:saylorsong wrote:saw this on my local craigslist. Anyone ever use one of these for guitar? I read they are pretty great for Bass rigs.
I've owned the CA-4 (same series but less power). It is an awesome bass amp. For guitar, it is very bright but the low end is good. McIntosh and the MosValve are less harsh on the high end.
tcsned wrote:Hey Striker, sorry I slacked but here's a short clip of the Mosvalve in action. Just a short take from a recent gig where there wasn't a lot else going on. The playing wasn't great . . .
http://filebox.vt.edu/users/tsnedike/mu ... s_clip.mp3
if you want something with the Mutron or distortion I can give you that too.
The signal path is custom guitar with Duncan Stag Mag pups --> MUIII (off) --> T-Rex Dr Swamp (off) --> SMS Classic Pre (kind of a 70s set up rather than 80s or 90s) --> Lexicon MPX G1 (delay) --> Mosvalve --> Fender TRRI speakers (amp is off)
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