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I also like the SD-1. It seems to retain more bass than the TS variants. The modded ones from Keeley are awesome.
An EQ is the most flexible boost you will find.
I find if I want more dirt other pedals work much better.
Most of us are just using the pedal as a clean boost.
Ah ok that makes sense.
So the LED gain stage is placed similarly to how they modded 2203's back then? Is that how Jose did it?
Do you leave it on for cleans and just roll your volume back a bit?
Something nobody has mentioned yet. The biggest drawback of the Juibilee is the shared gain. Having a tubescreamer up front allows you to keep...
Trying different speakers is what I would have done too. Just may not be the right amp for your needs.
The 2554 is the little combo right? Did you run it through a cab with V30's?
The MXR 10 band is the most flexible boost there is. The only issue i have with it is that the old ones seem to add a lot of noise.
When I plugged in my Charvel San Dimas it felt like i could nail all of that 80's stuff. When I ran it on the half power mode it sounded darker...
I think the lead channel works fine for metal on it's own but for tight thrash rhythm parts I use a slight clean boost. I use several boosts with...
I do and so did Gary Holt with Slayer.
The SD-1 sounds killer on the Jubilee. I also like the ZW44 which i think may just be a SD clone.
Definitely. I need to get a good mic to record the difference.
I run mine with a DOD Death Metal as a boost.... That is to get early Death Metal tones though. For rock and metal I use a clean boost upfront...
I even like the Dual reverb which seems to get the most hate. I found it a sick amp for thrash. The 900 has a tight bottom end.
I have a 2555x so I should be able to do it with no modification. If i remember correctly the sticker by the bias adjustment had a setting for KT88.
My combo is a G50RCD. It has Park branding on it for some reason. It seems like an amp very few people know about. I think the best part about it...