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  • saiirussaiirus

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 02/20/06 at 09:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do this little more Submitted pramp ...

    Three things I grieve a little:
    - The absence of simu HP (some would say that the paufinant rglages it is doing the recording ... I've never found a better sound than using a simu HP)
    - 2-band eq's not good enough I got
    - The absence of switch On / Off (corrected on the 1.1)

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is very simple if we use the (excellent) factory presets

    If one looks for his son ... L can spend hours ... But we rarely!

    The rglages are slightly Drout (SETTING THE gain per band frequency drives: buzz, crunch and punch) in the qualizer + ... But once you feel the action of many DIFFERENT rglages on sound, no problem! ;)
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    I do this little more Submitted pramp ...

    Three things I grieve a little:
    - The absence of simu HP (some would say that the paufinant rglages it is doing the recording ... I've never found a better sound than using a simu HP)
    - 2-band eq's not good enough I got
    - The absence of switch On / Off (corrected on the 1.1)

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is very simple if we use the (excellent) factory presets

    If one looks for his son ... L can spend hours ... But we rarely!

    The rglages are slightly Drout (SETTING THE gain per band frequency drives: buzz, crunch and punch) in the qualizer + ... But once you feel the action of many DIFFERENT rglages on sound, no problem! ;)

    SOUNDS

    I play a great majority of metal, from rock nerv well what is becoming nag!
    I m'escapade from time to time on the rock type at large Led Zepp, Pink Floyd, Red Hot etc.

    I play with a small Ibanez Rg321 with a Seymour Duncan SH-6, a power amp homemade base transistor (2x70W) speakers and two 1x12 "V30 om the farm.

    (I tried several other guitars, PRS Santana SE, LTD Mh400NT etc.).

    THE FIRST silent approach flattering but a little of what j'esprais dea ... I read everywhere that silent trs metal or even too much for some, and what n'tait not my printer! It sounded too got my medium. So I'm buying a Boss GE-7 with which I have corrected the bump medium of my hardware (in large part of my V30 I think)

    And l. .. This is the drama ...

    THE ultimate slap! C'tait the only thing missing this pramp!
    Before, c'tait well with the EQ is excellent! You can have a relatively dry and the edge like a big fat heavy sound and you palm mute with the dboutonner caleon ...
    What I like most is his ct natural incomparable face of the tribe POD ... Same recording, I prfre my current sound (compare my old POD 2, albeit aging). I think it lends itself pramp both use a studio, that a good use RPET or live. That's cel Whereas I do not really like a device modlisation, but more like a hand pramp Entire.
    I am not convinced that simulates well the Mesa, Marshall and others but what it sounds! It has a clean personality while having a range of extremely large!
    The cleans are beautiful, crystalline, slamming wish. And all that is out of saturation Relva standards: p (j'exagre sentence)
    Without EQ: 8 / 10
    With EQ: 12/10
    Rating: 10/10:-D

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 4 months

    What I like most is the distortion, although it is perfect RULES!
    I believe that with a transistor power amp is the best way to get big sound at home down the volume. I have not tried it with a power amp lamps, so I can not tell if he is doing as well. That, to me, the cream of all transistor, dominated only by the right amp lamps.

    I tried everything that is done in the modlisation (or so), I possdais a POD 2.0 before ... See NOTHING! : P

    I pay 350 used, it can be found by searching prs 300-well, I would do without hsiter this choice!

    I hte to add to it a multi (or Rocktron TC) to complete my set!
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  • kaktus666kaktus666

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 05/26/06 at 09:06
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    Amplification Type: 100% prampli transistor.
    Connections: complte
    - 2 inputs (front and rear) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - An effects loop (mono send, return Stereo) with slecteur mix (50%, 100%)
    - 1 output jack Stereo 1 / 4 "with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - 1 x XLR Stereo (never used) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - Ports MIDI (In, Out / Thru).
    Rglages: y 'has a herd ...
    - PRE-AMP -> saturation of prampli (roughly simulates 12AX7)
    - BUZZ, PUNCH CRUNCH -> roughly rglage rate low, mid and treble in their level of saturation (Premire gives color to the sound, but it is not an actual equalizer) ,
    - DRIVE -> saturation of the "Days of Power" (well, of the formulation…
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    Amplification Type: 100% prampli transistor.
    Connections: complte
    - 2 inputs (front and rear) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - An effects loop (mono send, return Stereo) with slecteur mix (50%, 100%)
    - 1 output jack Stereo 1 / 4 "with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - 1 x XLR Stereo (never used) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - Ports MIDI (In, Out / Thru).
    Rglages: y 'has a herd ...
    - PRE-AMP -> saturation of prampli (roughly simulates 12AX7)
    - BUZZ, PUNCH CRUNCH -> roughly rglage rate low, mid and treble in their level of saturation (Premire gives color to the sound, but it is not an actual equalizer) ,
    - DRIVE -> saturation of the "Days of Power" (well, of the formulation)
    - LOW and HIGH -> 2-band equalizer,
    - LEVEL -> ben is the output volume
    - Slecteur patch DOWN and UP
    - Backup Button (prvu to click with a mediator)

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration: To put it in a rack. In this rack, have taken a multi-rack with on / off, because the PSA1 there's no on / off button. MIDI programming has the benefits of its inconvnients. It RSID in "you sound RULES, and you click two times." When one changes the rglages a patch exists, by two small blinking LED indicates the remoteness from the rglage in memory. When we changed several rglages is a little mess in the flashing, but it is
    In "mode I switch my patches and I play hard", disable the rglages (inhibit the knobs). With the vibrations, a knob can "just move" and change the sound dramatically Anyway, I know many who mucking their sound in the middle of a set
    Sound: Ben rings. Honntement, to understand a little about how the walk portards and APRS, we get sounds fabulous. Compared to the new simulators, I have not had the opportunity to try. It makes me not want to try other ... The factory presets are good, and are a good starting point for a sound (the opportunity to learn to use the knobs).
    Trs good or good clean sounds, crunch, saturated, but as with any simulator unexceptional
    Remember that all simulators as they are, this will never be REAL amp lamps. And it's not a few hundred dollars that will s'quiper with 12 million potential amplifiers. But does his office.
    Manuel: It is clear, complete, but in English. He would have earned be in French.

    SOUNDS

    For my music, it gives me (with the help of some friends) the sounds I want. I use it (attention, has become complicated in the effects loop of a Marshall JMP1, itself in the loop of a GX700 (multi effects Boss), which attacks a Marshall 9200 (2 x 100W ). and rang. It is unconventional as to fawn, but I use the 2 pramps (in SERIES). The JMP1 gives it a nice color supplmentaire. It is said that should not the bulbs plug into an amp that sounds a dgueu (supposedly by the manufacturer), well be changed ear ...
    I get good sound, they are clear, jug or saturated, I play standard tuning or LA ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it almost since it came out. As JMP1. RPET, concerts, studio, he told me never lch.
    What I regret is the lack of on / off switch, but still anecdotal.
    I just tried JMP1 before, but I took the PSA1. Since even if I use it with a PSA1.
    As I said above, for a few hundred euros, are acquired "almost" a list of legends amps. And that price is an excellent qualitprix.
    With the same budget, I think I do it again this choice. But with the budget adquate, I'll see all of the heads of ct lamps, high-end (so much as trs)
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  • zingzingzingzing

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 11/10/07 at 11:41
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    Prampli a transistor which despite its price is really high quality trs of mine must have between fifteen and twenty years he has served under all of the amps slipped and fell on sc or I do not know what else msaventures together ...... not a single potentiomtre not spit or no contact dfectueux!
    The output level is lev it never grows to a full-stroke potentiomtre certainly in use guitar amp.
    the connection is complte trs: - faade Input / Input 2 (back) / three outputs 4 db,-10db, with a trim XLR / Footswitch / and a bypass loop that allows INTERESTED cr e line with other effect that begins when it is cut pramp sharper than just a bypass can not play too pedals live and practice it pro. …
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    Prampli a transistor which despite its price is really high quality trs of mine must have between fifteen and twenty years he has served under all of the amps slipped and fell on sc or I do not know what else msaventures together ...... not a single potentiomtre not spit or no contact dfectueux!
    The output level is lev it never grows to a full-stroke potentiomtre certainly in use guitar amp.
    the connection is complte trs: - faade Input / Input 2 (back) / three outputs 4 db,-10db, with a trim XLR / Footswitch / and a bypass loop that allows INTERESTED cr e line with other effect that begins when it is cut pramp sharper than just a bypass can not play too pedals live and practice it pro. It is also equipped with a switch-LIVE-probably a phase inverter but the sound is compressed ........ trs is effective.
    On the line of control rglage found that I could do without:
    PREAMP-to amplify the inter / BUZZ-PUNCH-CRUNCH for saturation respectively mdium bass and treble of the (very effective!) / LOW-HIGH for eq / LEVEL for output.

    UTILIZATION

    The config is very simple and the sound is right now, you just learn to assay the guitar distortion, especially low beyond a certain level they are ..... but it is invasive vritablement not a problem.
    But pramplis in practice is not limited at all the guitar and I recommend it widely trs gnral for the studio.
    For my part I use it wherever I need pramplifier a mono signal is perfectly usable in clean and offers many variations of grain and tone in distortion. The careful handling of its rglages can do without compressor.

    SOUNDS

    Sound or music plutt grains are large and deep drawing as well as compact and tight .... etc.
    RSID principle in the division into three channels of parallles pramp for the Bass and Treble Mdium.
    The good ide to 21 tons of tech cre pramps 3 trs diffrent texture to these three records:
    The Buzz is very serious, it produces a distortion type Subfuzz whose nickname Defines the texture perfectly ..... a serious buzz on the guitar to the keyboard via voice and especially the bass.
    PUNCH is the guitar above all, distos hendrixiennes or AC / DC as the guitar or if you play in the registry is made clear trspchus jazzy sounds that build on the buzz pais ... a marvel.
    For other instruments it will have on hand lgres rglage which efficiently compresses the saturation ... but hey we do what we want to even when.
    The CRUNCH is the top of the spectrum that we can simply delete or inject carefully to give the outline and then we lche you push a bottom and there electrocution guarantee .... the sound is a bestial scream every instrument Tolra pramplifier not be at this point in this spectrum must be sources of good quality. A telecaster is well balanced rgale of such treatment, the rhodes and sparkles with a microphone sm57 basic type by cutting the buzz is made of the votes Lo-Fi grain electric and exhilarating ...... In short I love it.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I purchased about 13 years ago for 1300 Francs in the era dpart becaufe I had a bad amp and can not afford to do better so I think that to have a good pramplis allow myself to have her around ...... the bte went much further than a.
    It is a set trs homogne and effective, it lacks a single BMOL SETTING THE medium in the EQ for the guitar does not pose a problem that is why n 'there are no other sources but with it t would welcome.
    The report qualitprix is ​​just incredible and I looking for a second Stereo inshallah ....
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  • Tobias72Tobias72

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 12/11/07 at 11:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Pr-amp transistor 100% analogue

    Connections: complte
    - 2 inputs (front and rear) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - An effects loop (mono send, return Stereo) with slecteur mix (50%, 100%)
    - 1 output jack Stereo 1 / 4 "with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - 1 x XLR Stereo (never used) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - Ports MIDI (In, Out / Thru).
    - Possibility of Midi mapping (basically call her on 32 pdalier can match any of pRSET pramp)
    - Slecteur patch DOWN and UP
    - Backup Button (prvu to click with a mediator). This button accder to special functions (mapping, dsengagement of potentiomtres, reversing mill sites / users, etc.).

    Trs not simple (as a bit rough at the displa…
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    Pr-amp transistor 100% analogue

    Connections: complte
    - 2 inputs (front and rear) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - An effects loop (mono send, return Stereo) with slecteur mix (50%, 100%)
    - 1 output jack Stereo 1 / 4 "with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - 1 x XLR Stereo (never used) with slecteur level (0dB,-10dB)
    - Ports MIDI (In, Out / Thru).
    - Possibility of Midi mapping (basically call her on 32 pdalier can match any of pRSET pramp)
    - Slecteur patch DOWN and UP
    - Backup Button (prvu to click with a mediator). This button accder to special functions (mapping, dsengagement of potentiomtres, reversing mill sites / users, etc.).

    Trs not simple (as a bit rough at the display) but the manual is very well done.

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple, the programming ease.
    Again: Refer to the manual.

    The factory presets are well done trs (mention spcial sounds Boogie & Marshall), and are the basis for user presets.

    The name and function of potentiomtres can Drout, but once understood philosophy (thanks to the manual, dcidment ...) it's pretty simple.

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for live, but also for saving models (used in recording all that evidence).

    It is also powerful in big crunch that trs saturations (Try the riff Sludge Factory (Alice in Chains) in Dropped D on preset 24, you tell me the news !!!), and allows ventail sound variation on a pretty amazing (the old to Boogie JCM). The clean sounds are a little behind, but with a good amplification lamps high volume, the ct attnue a little "bridquot;.

    Try the riff Sludge Factory (Alice in Chains) in Dropped D on preset 24, you m'endirez news!

    I personally use a Mesa Boogie Fifty / fifty and Quardaverb GT for effects, and all registers around (Hard Rock, Blues, Funk, Pop), the prampli proves extremely efficient. I jou before on JMP1 well, but much less versatile.
    My Mesa Boogie Studio sounded much better in clean, but had neither the flexibility nor the versatility of the Sansamp.

    Unlike what I read sometimes it fully respects the grain of the guitar (my strat diffrent, my Les Paul Jr. or my Sheraton), and very well gre volume knob at the crunch.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years now ... and I see no reason to change!
    The Sansamp is the most versatile prampli I used good, just the derrire Triaxis, which is typical even a notch above.

    The report qualitprix is ​​unbeatable.

    If you have a choice, turn plutt to version 1.1: an on / off switch, headphone jack and more. I have not changed because mine is a limit SERIES ... Pink!
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  • nickname009nickname009

    Great for super clean or modern metal!

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 03/22/11 at 13:32
    This is a pretty nifty preamp rack that I got from a friend, pure solidstate but 100% analog circuitry. It is not discontinued and been replaced with the PSA 1.1, the biggest differences being an on/off power switch, 128 presets as opposed to 99, a master volume control, an XLR ground lift switch, phantom power, midi output and a dedicated headphone out.

    Specs (front panel):

    Input, Preamp, Buzz, Punch, Crunch, Drive, low, high, Level, down/up for preset switching.

    (back panel):

    Midi thru/out, Midi In, footswitch, Output Left/Right with -10db pad XLR, output Left/right 1/4" Line with -10db pad, Effects loop with 50/50 Mix, Input 2 with -10db pad.

    I should note that this preamp is design…
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    This is a pretty nifty preamp rack that I got from a friend, pure solidstate but 100% analog circuitry. It is not discontinued and been replaced with the PSA 1.1, the biggest differences being an on/off power switch, 128 presets as opposed to 99, a master volume control, an XLR ground lift switch, phantom power, midi output and a dedicated headphone out.

    Specs (front panel):

    Input, Preamp, Buzz, Punch, Crunch, Drive, low, high, Level, down/up for preset switching.

    (back panel):

    Midi thru/out, Midi In, footswitch, Output Left/Right with -10db pad XLR, output Left/right 1/4" Line with -10db pad, Effects loop with 50/50 Mix, Input 2 with -10db pad.

    I should note that this preamp is designed for ONE instrument at a time. Although it has 2 inputs, the 2nd input is not meant for simultaneous instruments. The manual says input 2 is actually disconnected if plugged into input 1 on the front panel. Input 2 is cleaner, and has the least amount of distortion, meant mainly for rack and patch-bay applications. So if you were plugging this in, in a straightforward fashion without extra signal processors just to a power amp or head/combo, input 1 is what you'd want to use.

    There are 99 total presets. 49 of which are already made by tech 21 and cannot be erased. The other 49 are for you to store/save/tweak etc. There are many ways one can use this preamp; traditionally with a head/stack or combo, or direct through to a PA or mixer or right to your computer's preamp. The preamp has a built in speaker emulation for direct recording, which gets rid of some of that fizziness found in other preamps.

    There are no special effects, just clean and dirty. With the amount of settings available, you can tweak your distortion sounds to go anywhere from breaking up to high gain uber metal. I'm not a huge rack guy so i like the layout, it's one of the simpler preamps I've dealt with. Guitars AND Bass can go into this unit.



    UTILIZATION

    Tech 21 has basically nicknamed the basic EQ controls to more confusing ones, I don't know why. But if you read the manual or play around with it a little bit you can get to understand it a bit more. Buzz controls the bass. Punch is like a mid control. Crunch is like the treble. Drive controls the amount of gain. The Low and High are like to extra boost/cut options. And Level controls the overall level of the outputs on the rear panel.
    The footswitch option is good too, you can connect something like a momentary single button footswitch to step through the presets. Or you can hook up a midi moose or any other midi controller to select presets.

    Generally it's very usable. Though not the all-in-one sort of package. FX loop, midi, Footswitch, -10db pad. 50/50 Mix knob is cool too. But then, I mean 99 overall presets of just clean and distortion seems excessive. And no on/off switch? Everything has an on/off switch!

    SOUNDS

    Let me first say, that I am NOT a tube snob. Though I DO prefer tube amps majority of the time. I also like good sounding solidstate gear if they sound great. So most of my judgements are NOT comparisons to tube amps. They are simply a matter of what sounds good to me or doesn't.
    For Direct Recording:
    The manual has a few suggested settings that you can try, most of which I found were way too fizzy and trebly for a standard tuned 6 string guitar. I've tweaked with the controls quite a lot and experimented using impulses, other preamps, EQs in the loops etc etc. All of which can sound pretty decent if the end result is mixed in with drums and bass etc. The thing about recording is that it's like looking at something with a microscope, everything is picked up and heard. And this unit is fizzy and fuzzy in general. It DOES require a lot of tweaking and external equipment to get it to sound GREAT in a mix. By itself, it sounds average.

    The cleans are quite good in general they can get quite chimey.

    As for distortion sounds for most genres that require medium gain, or low gain or even high gain but standard tuned metal, it's too buzzy.

    HOWEVER, with the type of music out there now a lot of heavy metal/death metal etc bands are using super detuned guitars and 8 string guitars. With that type of genre and those super low frequencies, this preamp SLAYS!!!! It's like instant Meshuggah!!! And since it sounds awesome with downtuned guitars, it sounds great for bass also!! Cleans and dirt! The distortion in general is a stiff sounding distortion with no power-tube sag. Though it's all analog it's still fizzy even with the speaker emulated out.

    For Live use:

    This is where it shines. It sounds great in a live mix with a full band, all the fizz is gone and the tweakability is nice to have. Depending on what poweramp you're using, it'll sound slightly different. The basic sound is great. Does it sound like a tube amp? There's two ways to think, first: I'd say, with a band, and a crowd of people, playing live on stage. YES definitely. Second: with just the guitar rig, and beside it, another full tube rig. No. This is one of those things most guitar players go through with the mindset. You only really notice the difference if you have something to compare it to. But if you use it in it's context, you'll be takin off!!


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall, after owning this for nearly a year and using it nearly everyday I've found the pros and cons for the unit which I will sum up here.

    PROS:
    - Great cleans for guitar or bass
    - AWESOME METAL distortion for downtuned/8string guitars or bass live OR Direct -- better with Impulses
    - Reliable construction.
    CONS:
    - Horrible distortion sounds for any guitar in any genre other than downtuned metal. Way too fizzy.
    - Wish it had at least an on/off switch like the upgraded version. (Sort of seems like they just forgot when they released the first version)
    Overall, it's a good unit for certain things and not so great for a lot of other things. Live use is always simpler and therefore sounds great. Also, most of the reviews are dated! Majority of them aren't comparing things to today's new solidstate stuff that sounds better for cheaper. So I can see why a lot of other revews are high. But for recording, and for this day and age with so much new technology and improved solidstate gear. This unit is average at best BY ITSELF. Since it requires, at least for me, a LOT of external equipment to start sounding decent. The old manual still has it's old price, of back when this model was first for sale, $795. And nowadays a used one is at most $300. This unit does not stand the test of time. It's only ok for what it is. Therefore, I'm rating this unit a 5.
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  • moosersmoosers

    Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1Published on 12/01/10 at 13:37
    The Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 is a guitar and bass preamplifier that comes in the form of a single space rack mountable unit. It’s pretty in depth and has a lot to offer on a few different levels. It’s got a variety of connections and options as it’s quite flexible in what it can offer. On the front panel there’s a single ¼” input for plugging in your instrument, but on the back panel you’ll find a whole lot more, including MIDI connections, XLR and ¼” outputs, a second ¼” input, and an effect loops with ¼” jacks for stereo returns and a single send connection. Each of the previous gives you the option to send out the signal at either -10 db or flat. As previously mentioned, it is a rack m…
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    The Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 is a guitar and bass preamplifier that comes in the form of a single space rack mountable unit. It’s pretty in depth and has a lot to offer on a few different levels. It’s got a variety of connections and options as it’s quite flexible in what it can offer. On the front panel there’s a single ¼” input for plugging in your instrument, but on the back panel you’ll find a whole lot more, including MIDI connections, XLR and ¼” outputs, a second ¼” input, and an effect loops with ¼” jacks for stereo returns and a single send connection. Each of the previous gives you the option to send out the signal at either -10 db or flat. As previously mentioned, it is a rack mountable and will only take up a single space.


    UTILIZATION

    Using the Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 isn’t all that difficult, although there is a lot you can get into. I’ve mostly just scratched the surface with this device, which is easy enough to do. The front panel gives you parameters for pre-amp level, buzz, punch, crunch, drive, high and low EQ controls, and an overall level knob. If you’ve used other SansAmp products before like their plug-ins, these parameters will seem pretty familiar to you. There are some more in depth features available with the PSA-1 if you so choose to use them, like using it with software and it’s MIDI capabilities, but I haven’t used it in this capacity as of yet. If you’ve just purchased this, it’s probably a good thing to have the manual around as it will give you in depth explanations on everything here.



    SOUNDS

    Although I’m usually weary of devices like this where you’re replacing a real amplifier, the Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 sounds quite good for both bass and electric guitar. There are all sorts of presets for different styles and even for artist presets, like those for Jimi Hendrix, BB King, and more. It’s great that you can save your own sounds in here, as you’ve got the best of both worlds with an analog sound and digital controls. While I don’t think that I’d prefer this to a real amp, it’s definitely got it’s own sound and can be helpful in tandem or in place of an amp…


    OVERALL OPINION

    If you’re doing a lot of work inside the box, the Tech 21 SansAmp PSA-1 is a great tool to have around to warm up your guitar sounds a bit. Again, I don’t believe that it’s a replacement for a real live amp, but can help in getting a variety of sounds in one place. It’s somewhat reasonably priced, but it’s not cheap enough where home studio owners on a budget can add it cheaply. It’s definitely something worth looking into for home studio owners more than anyone though…
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