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Re: Modeling Amps
Yes, during the 'Expect Delays' (mp3.com) days, BrotherSync used 3
roland vg-8, and 3 edp. Currently we have 2 vg8, GT-6, 3 edp, 2
jamman, 2 repeaters, 1 dl4 available.
Now that CQ is recording with us a name change may be required:
Brother and Sister Sync
3 Men and a Goddess
--- Butch <email@example.com> wrote:
> << when playing with Brother Synch>>
> Hey, don't those guys have three Roland VG-8's in one band?
> Regards, Paul
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Goddess" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Sunday, September 08, 2002 10:26 PM
> Subject: Re: Modeling Amps
> > Though not an amp, the Boss GT-6 works really well with my
> > GL-2-T. I'd set up a Brian May patch from Killer Queen, since I
> like the
> > tone quite alot, and last weekend, when playing with Brother Synch,
> or at
> > least two brothers from said arrangement, lol! Bret said, "Hey!,
> > Brian May!" -without my saying anything about the patch.
> > Anyway, I've tried the POD, Line-6 Veta, the Vox, the VGA-7, the
> > Digitech RP-2000, VG-8, and VG-88, and actually prefer the 6 since
> > the most like a tube so far, in one pedal board processor. I've
> > either the Fender Cybertwin or the Marshall Modeling amp, and would
> > to, but really would like a nice light little floor processor so I
> > carry it and go direct so am really happy with the 6. In addition
> to the
> > Vox AC-30 Brian May idea, I was able to get very close to a Fender
> > whose clean tone I really like.
> > Anyway, it also has some very musical synth tones which I also
> like, and
> > very nice effects, so depending on your tastes, it might be
> > trying. -just my thoughts. -Best of luck...
> > Smiles,
> > CQ
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