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If you dig English non-master-volume amps, this "foundation preamp" will drive you straight to heaven. The PG Dry Bell Engine review.


Recorded using a Schroeder Chopper TL into a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe IV miked with a Shure SM57 feeding a Focusrite Scarlett going into Logic with no EQ-ing, compression, or effects.
Clip 1: Preamp side, bridge pickup, level at 1 o'clock, gain at noon, tone at noon, shape at 2 o'clock.
Clip 2: Boost side, bridge pickup, range at 2 o'clock, level at 1 o'clock, low at 1 o'clock, high at 11 o'clock.
Clip 3: Both sides engaged. Boost feeding into preamp.
 

Ratings

Pros:
Big, burly tones with plenty of control. Each effect works great on its own.

Cons:
Expensive.

Street:
$299

DryBell The Engine
drybell.com



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The PG Pettyjohn Rail review.

 

Ratings

Pros:
A warm, thick-voiced fuzz with heaps of gain when you want it, and a very original take on the format overall, for those seeking alternatives in the dirt department.

Cons:
Simply be aware that use and performance are quite different from traditional fuzzes overall, if that’s more your line.

Street:
$199

Pettyjohn Electronics Rail
pettyjohnelectronics.com


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