Hi! Sorry- should have been a little more detailed
I have a Pod Pro (not a fav, but works for some things), a 2120, an old SGX 2000 express, a few other rack effect units, and a Peavey component solid state rig that has been customized- actually sounds great- believe it or not.
* I am a recent parapalegic (sp?), and so I have decided to build a small studio (dedicated spaces) for myself, and want to add some head/cab combos for additional sounds. The PodPro was supposed to be great for that, but I find it kind of "vanilla," especially when multitracking. So, I figured I'd go tube, since I really love the expressiveness it brings. * *
* While looking at all that is out there these days, it is a bit overwhelming. However, the Bogner, Boogie, Rivera, Soldano and Marshall stuff is still sweet, and I have a soft spot for old Marshalls and Boogies. *The new (ok, not so new anymore) Legacy looks interesting, as does the Univalve. So the first solution is- take 10k and buy one of each! lol
Short of that, I figured that grabbing a Triaxis, 2:90 and a Legacy head would cover some bases for now, and adding a JMP1 (any good??) and other preamps (Soldano, etc) would be a little easier on the pocketbook for me.
* Whew! Sorry for the length, but seeing as I am about to spend a great deal of cash, and may not get the oppourtunity again, I am just looking for some helpful opinions and such. Thx for taking time to read this long winded post- Nikki
* Oh yeah- adding a G-Force or an Eventide (4000 or Eclipse?) also- yet another decision...
(Edited by ns9 at 10:56 pm on Feb. 26, 2002)