YES ... it does ... Thanks for your advice ...DaveWW wrote:Hope that makes sense.
I hate shipping the whole stuff ...
Gah, I was doing so well and all.DaveWW wrote:Hi Guy's
Just resurrecting this post as I've recently bought one off ebay.
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/RAT-HOTROD-BLACKH ... 911.c0.m14
It's not that actual one but it's identical. Following my experimentation with power scaling on my little fender champ 600 I wanted something else to compare it to. I actually bought the first one of these that Andy did but it didn't have a master volume switch, which I thought was needed, so when he stated adding extras I returned it for an upgrade which Andy very kindly did just for the cost of the parts.
It absolutely smokes - I'm a bit sad to say that whilst my little Champ is nice but it's no comparrison! The subtle creamy harmonic overtones I can get from this thing are amazing. The addition of the valve rectifier is particularly nice and the revoiced tone stack and switchable 6V6 output valve makes it really versatile. I'm stoked
Oh yes, and I took tudors idea of a Holy Grail Reverb and it's all that's needed to go from Jaz through blues, stevie, hendrix AC/DC and beyond.
If anyone is looking for a nice amp, particularly for home use, I can really recommend one of these.
I'm sure Dave's had an FX loop, could be wrong though. If not I would stick to a pedal, running line level stuff in front of an amp usually gives pretty bad results.AlanN wrote:Cheers John! Nope, no FX loop (not even on the RAT ones). At the back on the standard LG you have five speaker outputs (!!!), the modded one has a footswitch socket and a line out.
Well ... it's loud ... too loud for an appartement but I'm afraid not loud enough if you're used to play in a band ... I'd use my DRRI then ...highway_star wrote:Just how would this work and just how loud could this thing go if it can hook up to two external cabs?! Andy gave me a basic reply on e-bay but when I saw this link on Google I thought I could get ideas from users!