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  • sustain the feedback kind

    ok i have a peavey trans tube combo (40 watt amp i think) i want to change to a 30 watt all tube amp . i play small clubs do not need a lot of power. the one thing i like about my current set up is i can get that warm distortion sustain that turns into useable feedback sustain that i then bend and wammy ect i want to upgrade to all tube but i dont want to lose that sustain at low volume will a all tube amp do that?

    my set up is ...
    fender strat plus with lace sensors
    peavey trans tube
    korg 1000 tone works pedal in front of the amp (do not use efx loop)
    i use the clean channel only eq flat
    master volume on 3

    get sustain every time with my distortion setting on the korg

    actually i have had quite a few positive comments on my sound in view of the fact that the gear in many respects is cheap stuff but i think all tube would be better but i dont want to lose the usable feedback

  • #2

    you can add some delay or reverb to increase feedback

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    • benzem
      benzem commented
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      Imthere wrote:

      you can add some delay or reverb to increase feedback


      What's your obsession with bumping these necros?


  • #3

    Yes.. with enough harmonically rich distortion, even at low volumes you'll be able to get that sweet feedback sustain...

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    • #4

      If you have good tone now, the correct thing is to not mess with it!

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      • Graeca
        Graeca commented
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        Steve2112 wrote:

        If you have good tone now, the correct thing is to not mess with it!


        2nd that...Peaveys are excellent amps, and if it ain't broke, don't fix it!

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