Started by ambience, September 01, 2022, 07:25:32 AM
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Quote from: ambience on September 01, 2022, 07:25:32 AMThe old GT-8 multi-effects pedal contained the same analog circuitry as an Ibanez TubeScreamer. Most of its digital counterparts available today emulate this circuit digitally.
Quote from: admin on September 01, 2022, 01:35:37 PMThats incorrectOlder GT-5 and 1980s rack GP-100 do employ analog processinghttps://www.synthxl.com/roland-gp-100/
Quote from: gumtown on September 01, 2022, 04:32:13 PMGT-5 was first in 1995 with analog preamps and distortions.Next was the GT-3 in 1998, a cost reduced version, still with some analog, but it was only the preamp or distortion, but not both.Then the GT-6 arrived in 2002, and from there on, no more analog, DsP COSM modeling only.
Quote from: Pete1959 on September 01, 2022, 07:34:34 PMI set my singer up with the GT-8 using the stack return output into a Peavey Classic 50/50 rack mount amp (mono)Output from the Peavey goes into a Tech 21 cab equipped with 2 x 12 EV speakers (vintage 70's era)Amps on the GT-8 are usually the Marshall types (varies) and he uses a Boss OD which is assigned to the CTRL pedal when doing solos.Presets will vary with amp selected and how wet the delay/modulation effects and of course reverb. No outboard pedals.Clean sound is almost exclusively JC120Hope that helps.