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RE: recommendation anyone?

Actually, I like my GP-100 quite a bit. I just think it requires a lot of
programming and listening to get the most out of it. And it also has 2
seconds of loop time that you can twist and turn into all kinds of devil

Dave Eichenberger- guitars.loops.devices

> Yes indeed, i have the Roland GP 100 and although its a great and
> versatile
> unit i just canīt get used to itīs preamp digital coldness. I played with
> stomp boxes and tube amps for a long time before getting into the
> rackmount
> digital scene.Effects work wonderful but COSM amp simulation and
> all of its
> fancy stuff just hasnīt done it for me.Its the difference between instant
> coffee and a good fresh brewed espresso!
> Any recomendations on a good passive warm analog rackmount preamp
> outhere? I
> think i am saying goodbye to my Roland!
> Luis
> .
> >
> > However, you'll probably want to stay away from the usual guitar
> effectors;
> > roland, boss etc. I have a couple of 2120 in my stick rack, and there a
> > loads of fun, but I wouldn't call them high fidelity, especially the
> preamp
> > section.
> >
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