NPD(Friday) Mustang

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  1. kstrat62

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    Just got a TritonLab Mustang in on Fri and gave it a go yesterday. It's a Jfet distortion and sounds pretty huge! Harry Maes has a great demo of it(he sold me on it). I haven't got to do a lot with it yet but it is sounding very good on a higher gain setting, very full, articulate and BIG. Won't get to play it live for a couple of weeks but it seems like it's a keeper!
     
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    Thanks for sharing. Not heard of this one before. Sounds really good. Didn't expect it to have that much gain on tap. I might have to try this one out.
    Here's the demo for anyone that's interested.
     
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    It has quite a bit of gain! The best description I can give at this point is that it can sound like the MI Audio SCB, but with more balls, bigger and more eq options.
     
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    Great that you like it! It has some character of Mesa and Orange with a Marshall tonestack. With gain 1 higher and gain 2 lower you can get Plexi like tones. I even like it with low gain settings.
     
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    I have the TritonLab Caravan distortion. The one in this burgs demo:


    Killer pedal. The one he makes called the "Patactica" or whatever is a two channel version of the Caravan.
     
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    Thanks Harry! It's a beast and sounds so good with the gain up I haven't given it a go on the lower gain settings, but I will!
     
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