That would be fine with me.........I've been clamoring for a one amp-type single pedal that would work into a PA.......something I could tack onto the end of my pedal board.....for solo gigs and when I back up acoustic singer/songwriter types.My guess is one of their Power Engines. Their stuff generally doesn't sound all that great in front of an amp - all the better, I say.
+1 That's the big question I have. In the past Sansamps have been meant to go direct, not into an amp. Although some people like them into a guitar amp.So, so they have a direct out with speaker emulation, or are they intended to be in front of amps (clean, or dirty?)?
It did sound good.
The CompTortion actually was designed to go in front of an amp. The SansAmp pedals generally are not. And I like them that way. Fingers crossed that these new designs follow that model. I have a great desire to go direct.I tell you what.. Ive got a Tech21 Comptortion & its a GREAT pedal. I use it for that dumblish/zendrivish lead stuff... it works great in front of an amp.
Hopefully these pedals will be good in front of an amp & not too expensive. Tech21 is pretty high on some stuff
Any of their pedals *can* sit in front of an amp. But thinking about it objectively, that's a losing battle for them to trumpet too much. After all, they have no way of knowing how it would sound through my amp, yours, and the amp of the guy down the street. Even if you were to bypass the preamp, a guitar amp is designed to color the signals passing through it.Anyone have an answer on when these might be out and more importantly can they sit in front of an amp AND be used to record direct. That would be killer!