What I'm looking for here is a pedal that can do the normal channel, just on edge of or right before breakup kind of tone. Amp is a Fender DeVille ML.
I had a less than stellar experience with this unfortunately.It's been a while since I checked, but I remember thinking at the time that the wampler thirty something/ace thirty was the pedal that sounded the most like my vox amps. That's where I would start.
Yeah, that was my impression of the few demos I've heard of that pedal. I don't want the Top Boost circuit, just the normal channel. I know, maybe that sounds like a strange request, but when you push that normal channel high enough it sounds very cool.I love the normal channel of a Vox too, but the few emulations out there are obsessed with the Top Boost tone.
Yup, I understood, brother. The EGDM is basically a Vox in a Box, but IMO, THE MOST accurate one around. I just used my AC30 as a reference so you understood how I was able to actually compare it to the normal channel of an AC30.Just to be clear, as I stated in the original post, I am not using an AC30 as my amp. I'm using a Fender Deville ML. That has a very warm, round clean channel. I'm looking for a pedal that gives me something sounding like the normal channel of an AC30, just at or below the edge of breakup. Again, I'm not looking for a pedal to run INTO an AC30.