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  • Digitech Loop
  • JamMan Solo XT
  • Compared with the previous version, it can be synchronized with one or more units, and features a more complete set of inputs and outputs. A/D and D/A Conversion: 24 bit. Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz, 16-bit.

  • Boss Distortion
  • MD-2
  • It is difficult to use but this Boss pedal doesn't disappoint. The natural context of the MD-2 is the Heavy Metal or the Hard Rock. The sound can be slightly tinny but it's valid. The price is good.

  • Boss Vibrato/Tremolo
  • TR-2
  • The modded version of the Boss TR-2, by Robert Keeley, solves a problem with the volume of the original pedal that, in some circumstances, can suddenly decrease. It's not a great problem, but it happens.

  • Yamaha Multitrack
  • AW4416
  • The audio specifications testify the professional nature of the AW4416: 16 or 24-bit with an internal processing at 32-bit. Converters, A/D and D/A, are at 24-bit. Frequency response from 20Hz to 20kHz.

  • Tascam Multitrack
  • DP-24 Digital Portastudio
  • 8 XLR inputs (balanced) and a Line/Guitar jack with the control for the volume. Each track provides a dedicated 45mm fader. It is the successor of the 2488Neo and, undoubtedly, it is a professional machine. Perfect for the Home Studio.

  • Zoom Multitrack
  • R24
  • The most important proposal of the Japanese company for the musical production. 8 inputs and a stereo output. A/D and D/A conversion at 96kHz/24bit, Delta-Sigma. The built-in pads are an added value, while the display is too small.

  • Marshall Vintage Modern
  • 2266C
  • The complete front panel guarantees a remarkable flexibility. Body and Detail, can drastically modify the sound.

  • Marshall Vintage Series
  • 1959 SLP
  • A 100-Watt head with three ECC83 tubes for the pre and four EL34 for the power amp. Few controls but very efficient. It sounds very well and delivers a warm and pleasant tone.

  • Marshall MG
  • MG30FX
  • If we consider the low price and all the characteristics, it is a good choice. It doesn't sound like a tube model, obviously, but tone is good. Rather flexible.