MI Audio Blues Pro

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  1. bluetweed

    bluetweed Supporting Member

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    This pedal is insanely good/ there is some landgraff tones in here/ this kicks some serious butt/ lots of sound with a long range of gain from KOT like to Landgraff singing WOW!!!! and very transparent if you adjust for that/ keeps the bass without being muddy
     
  2. DanR

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    Amen :dude

    You can hear me gushing about the Blues Pro in an earlier thread of mine.

    :RoCkIn

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  3. fast ricky love

    fast ricky love Supporting Member

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    Should have mine here tomorrow, can't wait!
     
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    what amps are you using?
     
  5. bluetweed

    bluetweed Supporting Member

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    Siegmund Midnight Special

    Kingsley Deluxe 30

    Clark Beaufort w/reverb
     
  6. jayn

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    How is it with the Clark? I just got a Victoria Deluxe clone and, with the Jensen P10Q RI, a Timmy worked well. I changed to a Celestion Blue speaker and a Hotcake sounded better, but the Timmy is still king. I wondered about the Blues Pro, but was concerned that it would be too fat and gainy. Of course, with that amp, just cranking it sounds the best :dude .
     
  7. cosmos

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    Well, you amongst about 15 other threads. Can't we just combine all those?
     
  8. DanR

    DanR Member

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    Excuse me??? 15 threads?????

    :confused:

    I have 3 threads:

    1. The thread about Blues Pro.

    2. The thread about why my Musictoyz thread got nuked.

    3. The thread that got nuked.


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  9. Last Nerve

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    He wasn't saying 15 of YOUR threads....he was commenting on the various Blue Pro threads that I popped up here lately.
     
  10. DanR

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    My bad......apologies to all :BEER


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  11. GregS

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    +1.

    I have one and it's keeper. I get some great singing lead tones using my bridge pickup with the gain maxed out. I will not be selling this one!
     
  12. jj jafar

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    How does the Blues Pro compare to say a Direct Drive?Tone,gain ect.Jason
     
  13. fast ricky love

    fast ricky love Supporting Member

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    I just got a Blues Pro. It's the FIRST pedal I'd say is very close to being a substitute for my Timmy. It's really a great pedal, I have to wait until I play it with our band but so far I'm really liking it. If you switch the chip to a LM1458, it's a bit warmer tonally, I'm liking that combo and that gets it really really close to the Timmy in terms of my enjoyment. Recommended!!!
     
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    There's the thing though. The warmer sound might get buried in the mix?
     
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    I don't think so, the tone control can solve that easily. Our band only has myself on guitar with a keyboard/vocalist so I can get away with being darker anyway...
     
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    anyone got some additional clips (to the MI Audio site)
     
  17. MattT

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    How does it comepare to the TubeZone?
     

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