What is your blues pedal in PRS

loocnmad

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My go to the last few years is a Fulldrive 3 into a Friedman amp. It's an earlier model before they added the buffer. Some said the 3 was too dark but I just kept the tone knob up a little higher.

Another good one has been a KOT set to low gain in OD mode into an Alessandro rewire Deluxe Reverb.

And with a Budda Dual Stage 30 I'm obligated to use a Timmy. Mostly because it sounds great but also because I am one. TIMMAY!
 

alantig

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And with a Budda Dual Stage 30 I'm obligated to use a Timmy. Mostly because it sounds great but also because I am one. TIMMAY!

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Louguitar

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Pedal boards I am over with. My Katana has every sound that I could think of on it.

It’s big and clumsy. It has some great pedals on it. I am always toying with the idea of getting it out one day and hooking it up to my Katana.

I think I am looking towards getting a Boss GT1.

When I took my modified SE Silver Sky over to Starrs Guitars to show it off, David played it through a Katana.

That amp does sound good!

I prefer my pedals through vintage tube amps like the Deluxe Reverb, Princeton Reverb and AC30.

But the Katana impressed me.

Shoot...my Fender Mustang III still impresses me!
 
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NAS

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quiero darte las gracias Finalmente me compré pedal dude y un tube screamer ts9 de Ibanez. Aparte de eso, mi pedal Timmy. Mi pedalera incluye un amplificador Honey Bee de clean drive (maravilloso si no lo conoces), un refuerzo de chispa y para distorsión un Andy Timmons JHS. Tengo que decir que estoy muy satisfecho con los tonos y sonidos. Gracias por tus consejos. Por cierto vendo pastilla 85/15 de mástil y 58/15 lt de puente por si le interesa a Someone.
 
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Louguitar

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Don't you find it kinda disappears in a mix?
The Mustang III? I'd never record with it. I was doing a gig with two singers, one played bass the other acoustic guitar, and I bought it for that gig.

A lot of country and John Denver and stuff I don't listen to or like.

Their previous guitarist was using a Line 6 and they liked modeling amps.

It sure made setting up easy. I haven't plugged into it in five years though.

When that gig ended I quit using it.

But it did sound good. A lot of amp for the money. better sound than the Line 6 in the same price range.

I think you can get them new for around $300.

Even has a very good sounding 12" Celestion speaker.
 
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