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Best Answer spaceatl , 03 July 2013 - 10:56 AM

Is that a question? Seems you have a preconceived notion....

 

Conventional guitar amplifiers do not have tweeters...The are not full range....The full range notion is when cab and mic modeling....That is the sound of a mic on an amp....If that is your game you need to get a POD and a keyboard amp or something like that....SV is a guitar amp bro...loaded with a V30....It's a combo amp....It's class AB tube power amp with a digital preamp on the front....The preamp is modeled...The XLR out is full range...Again, it's a guitar amp...

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#1 blemonuklf

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 05:38 AM

Hi guys,

 

Just a quick one, but does anyone know how the 112 is voiced? As a guitar amp or full-range so that it has a better chance of picking up the nuances of what's being modelled?

 

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 10:56 AM   Best Answer

Is that a question? Seems you have a preconceived notion....

 

Conventional guitar amplifiers do not have tweeters...The are not full range....The full range notion is when cab and mic modeling....That is the sound of a mic on an amp....If that is your game you need to get a POD and a keyboard amp or something like that....SV is a guitar amp bro...loaded with a V30....It's a combo amp....It's class AB tube power amp with a digital preamp on the front....The preamp is modeled...The XLR out is full range...Again, it's a guitar amp...


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Posted 03 July 2013 - 03:43 PM

Well ... I thought it was a question ...

 

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