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I want a Marshall stack, sometimes... Most of the time my more Fender/Dumble sounding amps are what I like the most, but that cranked Marshall Plexi sound is SOO FUN but, for me, a can't justify yet another amp. Another need is to have something for late night practice and recording that sounds good right into to the board or Pc -soundcard. So when I read on the internet about a pedal that is relatively in inexpensive and does EXACTLY that I'm thrilled and have to try it - the short version: V-stack has saved me around $3000, I don't need a Plexi any more…
The slightly longer version:
After reading about the pedals, Classic mostly but also the BHM version, I got in contact with Steve Webster to get, at least, a Classic to try out. After a short wait I received both the Classic and the BHM version of V-stack. As the name suggests these pedal are supposed to be virtual stacks, the Classic emulates the Marshall sound while the BHM is designed to replicate the sound a well known British guitar king (or Queen ;-) ) gets with a treble booster and AC-30 amps.
I first tried the classic with a Plexi style amp, Germino lead 55, and it worked very well indeed, like a natural extension of the amp, very cool boost, overdrive and distortion could be dialed in - Coool. It took a few minutes to dial in a good sound with the pedal, if you are not careful with the Cut control the treble can cut of you're head. The V-stack has Bass, cut, gain and a volume control, the circuit includes a treble booster and an analog simulation of a Marshall style amp. The cut controls cut of the treble boost effect; with a bit of tweaking I found some VERY good sounds.
Then we plugged in the BHM, all persons in the room started to smile, a Tele through a Marshall style amp sounded very much like the sound you hear on all those queen records, great fun indeed.
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