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Discussion in 'Amp Owners Clubs' started by Thrup'ny Bit, Mar 17, 2017.
By presets do you mean
Software, I haven't broached that yet.
Yes ch1 and ch2.
Panel always does whatever the dials are currently set to
How are you getting on with the Katana???
Today, wife and I went to Reno...
She gambled at Atlantis and Boomtown...
I waited in the parking lot for the new owner of the Peavey Classic 20 combo to show up and pay for it.
Now I have enough to return the 50 to GC and trade up to the 100 head...
Of course I'll have to do some cab adjustments...
The deed is done:
Took the 50 back to GC...
Ordered the 100 head...
I'd be interested to know what you think the differences are when you get it set up!
Choice of speakers
On the way out, I found the overlay.
Congratulations !! HNAD !!
When you tell your child that X will happen at Y hour/day
Their clock grinds to a halt
I know the 100 head is on back order...
I know the projected release date...
It's not that date...
Like a kid in the back seat of the car...
I keep asking the driver...
Are we there yet?
Hi guys, I want to buy a foot switch for my Katana i have the 50W and I think any single button on/off switch will work to change between CH1 & CH2.
I am looking at this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01N8TB6Z3/
can anybody confirm that this will work please.
It has to be a latching footswitch. That one appears to be non latching as far as I can see.
Thanks. I have found a different one.
I know I am not supposed to post in here but I still have a single question:
How does the Katana sound when used for high gain? Punk/metal/grunge. Big saturated distortion.
You're more than welcome to post, I don't know why you seem to think you shouldn't. As I've said before, the high gain stuff isn't my bag at all. Maybe one of the others can tell you what they think. The only way to be sure is to try one, if you can find one to try, they're still like hens teeth over here.
I dont usually venture much past 'crunch' myself.
I havent had a chance to try it loud yet, I'm looking forward to that!
Short answer it does very well.
IMHO the weak spot of solid-state amps has always been the heavier side of things. The popular Mustangs for example have always been known to do only a fair job entering Marshall and beyond territory.
The Blackstar ID series addressed the missing power tube equation for the first time and allowed for great bottom end. This with bumping up the amps efficiency allows for the headroom those mega chug amps need.
Andertons UK did a review of the Blackstar ID60 awhile back and were very impressed. I believe Rob the metalhead and tube fan saw the light that day.
Boss was smart with a simpler interface and much lower pricepoint.
Big, saturated sound on my Katana 50 which is the lowest priced in the lineup is easy.
Sneaky amps and a floorboard....
Looks like BOSS has been studying at the Line 6 Paywall University.
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