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Zendrive or Jetter Purple/Gold

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by guitarman1956, May 2, 2008.

  1. guitarman1956

    guitarman1956 Supporting Member

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    Which do you like best? And, why?

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    I have a Zen and a Purple and love them both for different reasons. The Zen is great to kick a clean tone into mild overdrive and the Purple takes a clean amp into Marshall territory. I use the Purple as a lead boost on my dirty channel and it's got a real chewy sound to it. Very cool.
     
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    hawkeye17: I have the Purple and a Zen coming soon. Do I really need both? Or, will I end up selling one?
     
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    I'm definately keeping both of mine. They serve different purposes for me so I value both about the same :D
     
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    IMHO I believe the Zen only shines when going into a clean Fender type amp. The Jetter Purple can be used to drive an already dirty amp. Sounds good in front of a dirty Marshall.
     

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