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Tech 21 Hot-Rod Plexi Review

Although most amp modeling is digital, Tech 21 has always created its amp emulations using analog circuitry. The Hot-Rod Plexi pedal ($179) is the latest example. It’s an effects processor that’s designed to be used with an amp, so unlike the SansAmp processors, it has no speaker emulation built in. Read more…
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  • Tech 21 Hot-Rod PlexiPublished on 06/06/14 at 03:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    JMP type drive pedal by Tech21
    1 level
    1 tone
    1 thump (resonance)
    1 drive
    1 boost
    1 on / off
    1 on / off Boost
    9v power supply, battery or AC

    UTILIZATION

    Tradi + Fender Gibson 65

    SOUND QUALITY

    Pedal quite a bit of buzz at the moment, saw the ad that Tech21 fact, the comparison with a JMP head with footswitch ...
    if the drive is in the middle register see low gain, immediately there is a little chemical listed in acute post must love, pushing the gain down hurts because it brings out a very muddy melodic side not .. . despite the settings of tone it's hard to dig and find a good balance, maybe my guitar or amp stinks?? I do not know ... but not rendering gives the......
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    JMP type drive pedal by Tech21
    1 level
    1 tone
    1 thump (resonance)
    1 drive
    1 boost
    1 on / off
    1 on / off Boost
    9v power supply, battery or AC

    UTILIZATION

    Tradi + Fender Gibson 65

    SOUND QUALITY

    Pedal quite a bit of buzz at the moment, saw the ad that Tech21 fact, the comparison with a JMP head with footswitch ...
    if the drive is in the middle register see low gain, immediately there is a little chemical listed in acute post must love, pushing the gain down hurts because it brings out a very muddy melodic side not .. . despite the settings of tone it's hard to dig and find a good balance, maybe my guitar or amp stinks?? I do not know ... but not rendering gives the Vintage category yet it is supposed to spit out a JMP ...
    The boost is not at all convincing nothing to do with Xotic, Fulltone, CAE therefore there is a disappointment, coupling with another boost does not give great results because the base is rather average

    OVERALL OPINION

    Just to say I got rid of as soon as possible, this pedal does absolutely not sound like a JMP Marshall-like rigor ... there is a side that I find not at all natural sounds chemical limit, it must surely come techno SamsAmp ... anyway marriage with my Fender 65 was not very convincing, after a Hiwatt Custom 50 is the preferred config Brett Kingman, the results should be satisfactory. .. I'll see on the side of the Xotic SL which seems more natural
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