Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by charveldan, Jan 21, 2012.
I heard very small differences between them all. They did sound good though.
They all sound the same to my ears!
Sounds like the same amp over and over. These guys pretty much appear to just steal other peoples designs. Not into it.
When are they coming out with a micro amp dammit!!!!
The low end on every single one of those amps just sounded flubby and terrible to me. Doesn't help that they're running them through a sh1tty cab either though.
It sounds like they were all EQ'd very similarly; it would have been more interesting to hear them set up in a manner more 'traditional' for their genres. The 1990 doing hot-rod JCM tones, etc...
No bottom annoying angry bee fest. "You guys can decide?" Between what, a Tweener Wanna Buzz 150 and Fuzzfart Poser 150? You can buy these at Toys for Tots alongside First Acts, right?
Sounded like he was using a Metal Zone into all of the amps. Blech.
I thought they sounded deep and full. I guess blues and soft elevator music guys here freak when they hear a higain amp.
I like the sound of it. Good for the hard stuff.
They don't sound identical but they sound similar, which is not too surprising from amps
- dialled in similarly
- plugged to same cabinet
- miked identically
- being plugged in by same guitarist who uses the same guitar and same pickup setup and plays about the same riffs
Ever heard the phrase "tone is in the fingers"..? This is a marvellous example of that particular concept. The guy could throw in bunch of other hi-gain amps besides Bugeras and they'd sound about the same too.
As a demo this one is pretty one-dimensional and fails to present the overall versatility of the amps. It's also a pretty short demo that tries to fit in in several amps so it understandably makes some compromises.