I sold a chorus pedal I never used and I'm already missing it.
If I was that elephant I'd rip that twats head off.
She's got one of the highest recorded notes ever and has the greatest vocal range of all contemporary female pop singers. She used to regularly...
Sounded good man. I loved channel 1 of my mark V, best thing about that amp. If you like that sound a lot, don't forget you can use channel 2 as...
I had an A4, it was pretty bullet proof.
Sounds fat indeed, nice.
I found on my mark V that I had to run the bass really low, like on 1/4 or it just sounded wrong.
That's a cool idea.
I use mine for very quiet late night practice and as a portable rig if I'm staying away for a few days.
3 rows. I love pedals.
Definitely too quiet for practice with a band, but certainly not cumbersome. It's about a quarter the size of a code. Sounds great though.
The Katana is a good amp and so cheap.
I own a Yamaha THR10 which I think is better than Code.
This comes up on facebook groups all the time. Short answer is avoid at all costs.
Longer answer here:
I think people's expectations were possibly too high. It's a budget solid state amp.
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