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Randall Module Ultra
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Randall Module Ultra

Tube Guitar Preamp from Randall belonging to the MTS series.

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Pucelle_Dabidjan Pucelle_Dabidjan
Publié le 01/23/08 à 06:45
Preamp tube with two 12AX7 to integrate into the amps and preamps in the series mts.
Controls: Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble, Level
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UTILIZATION

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SOUNDS

On my preamp, it was labeled "ultra lead".

Perceptible noise. Canal capricious too low = no dynamics, too low = too rough.

Big sound fairly straightforward, but recalling the sound with a nice sharp british we love to highlight, a nice crunch and bite. Good channel shred (it plays almost alone on the tapping). Acute background to have a pretty clear the need, if not a bit deaf. Superb solo channel also provided you have a guitar rock, with a high gain metal guitars tight, the sound is a little on-argneux. It's fucked badly.

Chopped up remains the same gain, even on rich arrangements. No fuzz even pushed. Metallica master of very puppetsien, even if you're not in the copy.

OVERALL OPINION

All notes that I could make are ridiculous because everything is a matter of taste. Some love it, others do not.
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