Curious of those who chose this effect over others or others who found a smoother more saturated drive?
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Dave when I bought my Dual Burn Unit a few years ago I asked you the same question, and you sent me 3 op amps. I never did try them out, but I dug them up and you sent me 2- 4559DD and 1 0728D (or 072BD). I will give them a try. Thanks.The Burn Unit has always had a 4559D, I think it sounds a little thicker.
The newer Burn Units have more available top and bottom in comparison to the early single channel BU. If you set a new BUEQ with the bass all the way down, midrange all the way up, presence all the way down and NS 1/4 up (if your BUEQ has NS), then you get a very similar sound to the early BU. The trim in the early BU was a mid-bass trim.Dave when I bought my Dual Burn Unit a few years ago I asked you the same question, and you sent me 3 op amps. I never did try them out, but I dug them up and you sent me 2- 4559DD and 1 0728D (or 072BD). I will give them a try. Thanks.
What is the difference between the old single black BU's and the duals tonally?
What does the trimmer do inside the single BU?