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Re: Guitar shielding to stop hum

Postby loungepenguin » Fri Mar 09, 2007 10:46 am

oooh that valvetronix does look good! must stop looking at guitar things...
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Re: Guitar shielding to stop hum

Postby loungepenguin » Wed Mar 14, 2007 5:13 pm

I know it was dangerous looking at that valvetronix! I've started looking at the podxt now too as it has a compresser built in. No tubes obviously though but for the price and for what I use it for it may be worth getting one and trying it out.
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Re: Guitar shielding to stop hum

Postby DoeZer » Wed Mar 14, 2007 6:57 pm

dont do it man! IMO the tubes on the tonelab are not a gimmick...! i know they only work on the pre stage and theres no powered tube amp effect etc etc but to my ears an A/B comparison with any other fx unit ive had or tried out - the tonelab wins hands down..

just yet another opinion to drive you crazy as you try decide what you want... (by the way the tonelab has a compressor, altough im ot too fondof it personally.. u can get a nice boss compression pedal for pretty cheap these days...

cheers
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Re: Guitar shielding to stop hum

Postby loungepenguin » Wed Mar 14, 2007 7:12 pm

yep... so much choice but I've read one too many bad things about the podxt. I think this thread has become a bit off the original topic right now! - I've started another one here new thread
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