Pre amp pedals with speaker simulator (1 Viewer)

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Does anyone much about Pre amp pedals ?
Basically an emergency pedal that can be used as a DI straight into a PA in case your amp dies mid gig. Specifically for electric guitar.
Something with speaker simulations that would sound decent.
 

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No,but I got it into my head for 5 minutes that I needed to buy a micro amp as a back up. Never did. Mind you,they are cheap
 

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I have a POD HD 500 . I wouldn't hesitate to play a gig with it if I was stuck. Its amazing.

Can be had cheap pre loved too
 

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Mooer radar. Pretty cheap. Cab ir with lots of options & can add your own ir's too. Also Amt pedals. La2 series have cab sim output. Sound great. Have P2 (Peavey 5150) and E2 (Engl Fireball/Powerball). But they have other ones that aren't as high gain.
 

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Hey follks, I have been given an electric guitar made by Vintage Guitars -
Electric Guitars | Vintage Guitars

I don't know the exact model number just yet, but it's a Strat style guitar with whammy bar, made to look well worn and used. Can anyone recommend where I might bring it to get it cleaned up, restrung, checked out etc?
Thanks
 

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Hey follks, I have been given an electric guitar made by Vintage Guitars -
Electric Guitars | Vintage Guitars

I don't know the exact model number just yet, but it's a Strat style guitar with whammy bar, made to look well worn and used. Can anyone recommend where I might bring it to get it cleaned up, restrung, checked out etc?
Thanks
They are lovely guitars! I've had a few in my day. Never had a strat though,but Ive played that very one..the worn looking one! Pure class..great guitar.

It couldnt be that old. I'll set it up for you cheap cheap
 

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They are lovely guitars! I've had a few in my day. Never had a strat though,but Ive played that very one..the worn looking one! Pure class..great guitar.

It couldnt be that old. I'll set it up for you cheap cheap
Cheers GO; I'll have a closer look at it when i get home to get the exact model; it's nice looking though. That'd be deadly if you can set it up.
 

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Hey follks, I have been given an electric guitar made by Vintage Guitars -
Electric Guitars | Vintage Guitars

I don't know the exact model number just yet, but it's a Strat style guitar with whammy bar, made to look well worn and used. Can anyone recommend where I might bring it to get it cleaned up, restrung, checked out etc?
Thanks
I can give you the number of a guy. He's more used to acoustics but he serviced my electric for me and did a good job. PM me if so
 

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Keep in mind,if it's a relatively new guitar it may not need that much work,although trems can be a bit of a pain in the arse,but certainly doable
 

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Aww man thats a beauty. Hasn't ever really been played by the looks of it..maybe a small bit. Its pretty old,one of the older strats,not one of the new "relics",still a great guitar.

Will come up lovely with a bit of tlc
 

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Yeah,doesnt look well used at all. Amazing for free.

People seem to say those Vintage brand guitars are decent,especially for the money. I reckon the name goes against them.
 

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