I think it has a very balanced equalization and a very valid alternative to the tube driver, maybe slightly warmer. Like those old tape machines, the Deco also offer amazing sounding flanger, chorus and delay.
I want to bring it to your attention that I have chosen a Kingsley Minstrel 2 tube overdrive after comparing it with the BK Butler. I want to replace my ts9 too thin and my BK TD too boomy.
I am slowly building a pedalboard David Gilmour sound. Hope this helped.
The Tube Drive also sounds beyond belief when you crank the volume and lower the drive. Hi, sorry I got the comments mixed up. Nobody did in their own departments. Thanks for attention! That is, I wanted to say David also uses only two types of distorted sound pedals: I am hoping to demo these in the very near future.
Probably a subjective thing, but I think I never stumbled across an overdrive sound and went: Would he be hearing it through headphones? Any thoughts on amp in a box pedals?
Home Artists Steve Howe. Hi Bjorn, a really great article and also the comments are great. And it takes my amps to a completely different level.
Please check out the Big Muff tone guide for some tips. Cruising to the Edge. Any extra information you could provide would be helpful.
I play that on a Martin MC-28. In the video you posted about the Boss BD2, did you used the standard old model, a modified model or the new model with the tiny cicuitry?
I am not sure that you will get a good result with the Plexi pedal and TD for his lead sound. Much more of that early JTM Marshall kind of tone. Currently I set the Mooer for boost and bd2 for overdrive.