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  • THR-10 and Fuzz

    If I get a THR-10 is there any way for me to get a fuzzed out sound for doom and stoner rock? Can it cope with a fuzz pedal in front of it? Or will my distortion sounds have to come from the amp itself?


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    I have a THR-10C, which is one of the newer models and focuses on more classic, vintage tube voicings. I've never tried putting any pedals in front of it. It has pretty much done what I've wanted it to without needing any help. I know that doesn't really help you. One of the other new models is the THR-10X focuses on higher gain voicings and may do what you want it to do right out of the box.

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    • Jkater
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      Tone Deaf wrote:

      I have a THR-10C, which is one of the newer models and focuses on more classic, vintage tube voicings. I've never tried putting any pedals in front of it. It has pretty much done what I've wanted it to without needing any help. I know that doesn't really help you. One of the other new models is the THR-10X focuses on higher gain voicings and may do what you want it to do right out of the box.



      You, sir, are certainly not tone deaf. Perfect answer.

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