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« on: February 17, 2010, 03:54:34 AM »

Do any of Nik's amps have an overdrive channel?  I really like marshall dirty sound. I like 90's hard rock, alternative, classic rock. What would you recommend?

I do not need a lot of watts. This will be used in my house and maybe in a garage with bandmates in the future- hopefully.  Grin

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« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2010, 04:27:22 PM »

Yes a lot of Nik's amps have the post phase inverter master volume. If you don't want too much volume you might want to go with the 18 watt Marshall clone. But remember, with a master volume you can go with a higher wattage amp if you want that distorted sound. Frankly, I prefer to use pedals because if you want that clear sound when you turn your guitar's volume down you'll get it. The post phase inverter mod is the only way to go because it keeps the basic tone of the amp intact whereas, many amps that are on the market don't do this and it is next to impossible when the gain is up to get a clear sound. If you want the Marshall sound, go with the Marshall clones. If you like the Fender sound, go with the Fender clones and for the hybrid go with the Trainwreck, Matchless and Ceriatone Overdrive.
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