AMT Electronics

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Gibson 1964, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. Gibson 1964

    Gibson 1964 Member

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    What are the thoughts on their pedal series for high gain? I miss my 5150, but don't miss it's weight and space it took up. So far, not much has come remotely close. 400 is more than I can spend on a pedal. So openhaus and those pedals are out, especially since I have tried many loved high gain pedals and they have not cut it for me.

    I do not want this for a brown sound, but for much, much heavier tones.
     
  2. Nota

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    I have looked extensively at these pedals, especially for FRFR applications (speaker sim included on the SS-10 etc). The problem is the power, they all require 12-24V and my board isn't set up for that.
     
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    You might want to check out the Greenhouse Effects NoBrainer, ultra saturated gain, really cool EQ section and very amp like. I sold an OKKO Dominator because I liked how well it does that type of gain. Sorry to jump in on the AMT thread but the GH is very suited to what you've described, for $185ish.
     
  4. Gibson 1964

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    I was looking at the p-drive which is a 9-12v front of amp not a preamp.
     

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