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Todd Simpson
post Nov 13 2014, 07:16 PM
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Finally completed my Amptweaker Tight Metal Pro Playthrough/Review, enjoy!



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post Nov 13 2014, 07:32 PM
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Why haven't someone thought of this before? smile.gif The extra loops (almost like a controller and an amp in the same box) is really smart and useful, no need for a/b boxes or tap dancing biggrin.gif

Even if it were designed to sound subtle internally (like the fly rig thats recently popular) with connections it can sound whatever one wants, pretty cool!

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post Nov 14 2014, 12:27 AM
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Yup!!! It's like "FINALLY!" smile.gif It's about time a nice foot pedal had it's own fx loops smile.gif It can serve as the central pedal controller in a pedal board which is handy smile.gif When it's OFF, the side loop is active so you can use that as your clean channel, the first drive channel has it's own loop and then the boost channel has it's own loop as well. So you can put a delay or something on the lead channel and have it not impact your rythm channel.

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Why haven't someone thought of this before? smile.gif The extra loops (almost like a controller and an amp in the same box) is really smart and useful, no need for a/b boxes or tap dancing biggrin.gif

Even if it were designed to sound subtle internally (like the fly rig thats recently popular) with connections it can sound whatever one wants, pretty cool!



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post Nov 14 2014, 04:54 AM
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bass version soon?
nah I'm just pulling your leg. we bass doodlers don't need to no dadgum fuzztortion kick box.


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post Nov 14 2014, 08:44 PM
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Your kidding yeah? Bass players all need more dadgum fizztortioN!


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bass version soon?
nah I'm just pulling your leg. we bass doodlers don't need to no dadgum fuzztortion kick box.



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post Nov 18 2014, 11:59 PM
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Here is the "Companion Vid" the playthrough only vid with all tone and no talk smile.gif




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post Nov 19 2014, 12:40 AM
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Seems lots of gain is there smile.gif I'm pretty sure not many would need more boost, just wondering how does it respond to something like a treble boost pedal?


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post Nov 19 2014, 07:11 AM
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It has a BOOST built in! smile.gif Which is handy. But I also used my FUHRMANN tube screamer clone as a BOOST and it sounded great!! It responds a lot like a 5150 AMP head which is no suprise as it's made by the guy that designed the 5150 smile.gif

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Seems lots of gain is there smile.gif I'm pretty sure not many would need more boost, just wondering how does it respond to something like a treble boost pedal?



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