I'm thinking about getting an Iron Horse 40 for the same purpose -- just as a power amp for amplifying my live modelling rig.
Question for you... have you had any trouble feeding a hot signal into the fx return, aka "Power amp in"?
According to the manual...
Pardon my ignorance coz I have not owned any barber pedals (i know, crazy right!), but are these "2" pedals good for an alraedy dirty amp or an amp on the edge of breakup? or are they only good for a pristine clean amp?
I've always heard great things about the DD, so I am interested to try this...
I've been using a bad horsie for the past couple of years now.
I love the auto on feature.
The sound when stock is not so much my thing, but I modded it to taste.
The schematic is available from Morley, and the wah circuit is pretty much just like a standard Crybaby, so all the usual mods work.
Thanks for your effort in that comparison. It's really hard to tell subtle differences from a youbute clip.
Another important thing is the feel.
I haven't tried the EP-booster yet, but I've owned the CLinchFX EP-PRE for a while.
With my EP-PRE, I can set my amp's gain lower...
Thanks for the reply, rob2001.
I am aware of the other factors...
So let's say the amp is set clean with still lots of headroom left, and the OCD is setup for a nice rock rhythm crunch...
In this case, will boosting the OCD in the front with let's say, a TS type pedal (with the gain low and...
I'm considering the OCD as a rhythm pedal as some of you use it.
I have a question for you OCD users out there:
When boosting it in front with another pedal for solos, does the overall volume increase?