TECH 21 GT2 Pedal


“Architecturally” create your own rig in seconds. You can easily achieve the most sought-after tube amp sounds, and entirely new ones as well. Choose amplifier type, modification and speaker cabinet/mic placement configurations. You can easily mix and match specific sound characteristics in ways that would otherwise be physically improbable, probably impractical and definitely not cost effective. The GT2 is a truckload of great amps in a single, simple pedal.           CALIFORNIA Hear the Sample MP3 format - 245k Guitar used:Yamaha Pacifica 112 on bridge pickup (humbucking). Bass:Yamaha RBX 260, lightly compressed (3:1 ratio). Effects:Subtle 360-millisecond stereo delay on lead track. EQ:+5dB 80Hz low shelving on rhythm BRITISH \ Hear the Sample MP3 format - 243k Guitar used:Yamaha Pacifica 120 on bridge pickup (humbucking) for rhythm and first half  of lead, and neck pickup (humbucking) for second half of lead. Bass:Yamaha RBX 260, lightly compressed (3:1 ratio). EQ:-3 dB 12kHz shelving on both lead and rhythm, +3dB 80Hz low shelving on rhythm. Effects:Subtle 250-millisecond stereo delay both rhythm and lead tracks. TWEED Hear the Sample MP3 format - 243k Guitar used:Yamaha Pacifica 112, on  middle/neck (out of phase) position (single coil). Bass:Yamaha RBX 260, lightly compressed (3:1 ratio). EQ:+3dB 12kHz shelving on rhythm. Effects:Slight chorus and compression on rhythm, and 100-millisecond stereo delay on lead.. Credits: All tracks written, performed and/or programmed by Frederic St-Gelais at "La Chambre" Studio, Montreal, Canadausing the following equipment:Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 preampMackie CR1604VLZ consoleAlesis ADAT XT recorder3630 compressorMicroverb and Midiverb III effects processorsD4 drum moduleEnsoniq ASR-10 sampler (used as a MIDI  controller)BOSS DD-5 digital delay and CE-2 chorus FX pedalsTascam DA-30 DAT recorderPentium 200mmx running sequencer, audio editor and mp3 encoder programsYamaha Pacifica 120 and 112 guitars*Yamaha RBX 260 bass.

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