Understood if, however, I was in a tribute band who's first 5 years of live sound were based on Ampeg SVT's and the period thereafter based on Fender Twin's then I would have to depend on effects to get me there now wouldn't I.
In effects loop I presume order of pedal placement in a loop is of consequence? Is it the "send" or the " return " which is closest to the power tubes?
For example I also want to run a pre amp pedal and a cab sim in the loop and am thinking the cab sim should be last in the chain i.e. closest to...
Do not understand. Example: I want to put a cab sim and a pre amp pedal in the loop.
I'm thinking the cab sim should be signal closest to the power tubes i.e. preamp>cab sim> power tubes.
So which pedal is the "out" and which the" in" ?
Well, 2 things.First the more knobs & switches the more opportunity for something to go wrong,right? On the other hand lots of varieties of tones. Actually imo varieties come in very well for recording whereas live you're not gonna be getting on your hands and knees flipping switches and turning...
Had a full set of Svetlana's in my cart at the tube store. Was going to run at about 180 bucks. Went to make the purchase last night and the cost had risen to over 300 bucks! That cart got emptied pretty darn quick I'll tell ya.
Still got the original Marshall tubes as spares so will be ok for...
Same here with a MIAB pedal which shouted Best Marshall Pedal Ever! Bought it. It wasn't.
He just entered a phase which was purely do as many as you can for the money not really caring about what he was endorsing imo.
Listened to about 8 minutes. I imagine they did not address custom guitars. Like we put new tuners/pick guard/pups ( prolly much higher value than what's in a standard issue) etc.,etc.
Do those upgrades we most all do get taken into consideration, I wonder?