Moi ce ui m interesse c est de savoir a quoi correspond US 90' a quel ampli ou marque.
Ce n est pas dans la liste.
Sur la notice:
This two-channel 120W head manufactured in Mississippi was designed for a legendary guitar hero known for his “brown sound.” This amp models features a high- gain sound that’s ideal for the tapping performance technique.
Le Brown Sound, le tapping... C'est Eddie Van Halen tout craché. Et l'usine de Peavey est dans l'état du Mississippi... L'ampli est forcément un Peavey 5150.
Comme je suis de bonne humeur et que j'ai du temps à perdre...
Je n'ai pas mis en gras les amplis Vox, dont l'identité est évidente.
A-1: BOUTIQUE CL - Dumble Overdrive Special, canal clair This models the clean channel of a high-quality amp that was produced only on
special order, and was known as the overdrive special. With a beautifully rounded
low range, a sharp mid-range attack, and a sweet treble register, this is ideal for
single coil pickups.
A-2: DELUXE TWEED: Fender Tweed Deluxe This American-made 1x12" hand-wired tube combo amp is one of the most loved
club/studio amps in history. Its 12W of warm sound that responded sensitively to
the player’s touch was projected from a tweed-covered cabinet made of solid pine.
A-3: SUPER 4X10: Fender Super Reverb version Blackface, 4x10 This American-made combo amp containing four 10" speakers was produced from
1963–1968, and noted for its big clean sound and its warm, husky sound when driven.
This is a modern amp that combines the ideally sweet tone of the AC15’s low-output
power amp with the highly-flexible tones of the AC30’s top boost channel.
The AC30HH is a hand-wired all-tube amp head sold to commemorate VOX’s fiftieth
anniversary. This amp has no rival in its ability to create sparkling chime-like
clean sounds and creamy warm overdrive sounds.
A-6: EXPRESS TRAIN: Trainwreck Express (lequel, je ne sais pas. Ce sont quasiment des pièces uniques à chaque fois!)
This models a wood-finished 30W boutique amp head that cost more than $25,000. It
delivers sparkling glassy clean tones, and raising the gain will produce overdrive
sounds that are startlingly sweet in a musical way.
The VOX AC50CP2 classic plus combo is VOX’s new concept in all-tube amps. This
amp models the more high-gain channel 2 with the “Fat Switch” turned off.
A-8: UK 25TH : Marshall JCM Slash 2555 Jubilee Signature Based on a UK-made 100W head, this amp was created for a famous guitarist known
for his amazing tone, slash rhythms , and liking for silk hats . If you have a desire for
ultimate metal tones, this amp will be the perfect choice.
A-9: US ‘90S : Peavey 5150 This two-channel 120W head manufactured in Mississippi was designed for a legendary
guitar hero known for his “brown sound.” This amp models features a highgain
sound that’s ideal for the tapping performance technique.
A-10: UK MODERN : Marshall JVM 410H , canal OD1 seulement.
This models an English-made 100W amp head released in 2007 and boasting a fourchannel
design with powerful tone. On the VT-series, we’ve used the “Overdrive 1”
channel that produces a tight low-end and transparent high-gain metal sound.
A-11: BOUTIQUE METAL : Diezel VH4 , canal 3-Heavy
This models the crushing high-gain sound emanated from a German-made 100W
four-channel amp head. On the VT-series, we chose the “Heavy” channel that delivers
a startling tightness when played with a dropped-D metal tuning.
B-1: MODDED CL: Fender Showman , customisation Dumble.
This modifies an American-made black-paneled amp that has been modified. With
this modification, an already-superb amp gains even greater smoothness and additional
B-2: TWEED 2X12: Fender Twin '57 This American-made tweed-covered 2x12" combo amp made in 1957 is known for
its rich and clean tone that’s ideal for classic rock, blues, and country. By raising the
volume you can also produce a powerful and punchy overdrive sound.
B-3: TWEED 4X10 : Fender Bassman 4x10 This models a 4x10" combo amp from 1959 that was originally designed for bass
guitar. Its smooth and crisp overdrive sound will respond sensitively to your picking
dynamics and to the volume of your guitar.
This models channel 2 of the VOX AC15 (1x12," 15W), which was manufactured in
1962 and was a big hit for its compact cabinet, power, and great tone – along with
then-popular British bands.
This models an AC30 amp with the “top boost” circuit that was included as standard
starting with units produced in 1964. It delivers a smooth and refined top end, majestically
deep overdrive, and a rich and brilliant clean sound.
B-6: BOUTIQUE OD : Dumble Overdrive Special , canal saturé
This models the overdrive channel of a 100W high-quality amp that was produced
only on special order, and known as the overdrive special. The wonderful sustain
obtained by raising the [GAIN] control is smooth and soulful.
This models the AC30BM Brian May signature model which faithfully reproduces
every nuance of the legendary original AC30 from the 1950’s. On the VT-series, this
setting provides the screaming sound of the amp being overdriven with the treble
booster turned on.
B-8: UK ‘80S : Marshall JCM800 2203 This models a UK-manufactured 100W single-channel head with master volume
made in 1983. Turn the gain control all the way up to get that thick, snarling hard
rock and heavy metal sound that dominated the 80’s.
B-9: CALI METAL : Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier This models the modern high-gain channel from a wild beast of a high-gain amp. Its
deep and loose low-end, sparkling highs, and monstrous gain are ideal for guitars
tuned as low as possible, or for metal acts wielding seven-string guitars.
B-10: UK ‘90S: Marshall JCM 900 ou Marshall JCM 2000 This models the high-gain channel of a modern 100W amp. While individual notes
are clearly defined, it delivers a monster sound that’s quite aggressive and arrogant.
B-11: METAL BULL : VHT Pittbull This models a California-made amp head with a three-channel design and versatile
gain switches that produce a wide variety of sounds. On the VT-series, we’ve modeled
the lead channel that produces the ultimate high-gain tone.
c'est bizarre tout le monde deconseille les vox pour les sons metal, le peavey 5150 c'est pour le reggae ?
ça me donne envie d'essayer pour verifier !
ps: darth noris (on ecrit norris) c'est debile et ça m'agace
c'est darth rizzen !
ici c'est pas la maternelle !
Cela veut juste dire que les simulations ne sont pas convaincantes. J'ai bien un Twin sur mon Vypyr, cela ne signifie pas pour autant que c'est pas un poil froid à l'usage, aussi fidèle le rendu soit-il.