Swap out the virtual tube types, preamp, transformer, tone stacks, cab and mic position to create your own signature sound, with just a few taps or mouse clicks. The Low Cut Frequency knob controls a high-pass filter that models changing the value of the cathode-bypass capacitor in a real amp. The phase inverter converts the audio signal from the preamp into two equal but opposite waveforms. If you have lost your instruction sheet for one of these probes you can find a copy The professional solution. In summary, if you're looking to just play small stuff or around the house, the Guitar Mini head will treat you well with 300 watts.
The Bias Head may lack onboard effects, but it works well with pedals and pedalboards, despite a couple of quirky restrictions on the effects-return routing. Summary The Bias Head combines high-quality tube amplifier modelling and 600W of Class-D amplification to produce a guitar and bass amplifier head that, with careful preset editing and optimising for the instrument being played, can come very close to recreating the feel of playing through a real amplifier. So if you assume 2-5% of the current is going to the screens, the amps are biased to 55-58% dissipation. The software is extremely crash-prone. Simply remove one of your power tubes, install the probe, which indexes exactly like the tube does with the timing key on the guide pin, then install the tube in the top of the probe. I think it will sound closer to the 2204, but meaner.
And at some shows you can clearly see heads with the big logo and 2 inputs. I see your concerns here. Ratings Pros: Excellent modeled tones. More on the latter in a bit. At the end of the signal chain you can configure from all manner of speaker and mic types, although you need to be in the software interface to change the speaker and mic in question. In other words multiply the reading you get on your multimeter by 1,000 for your plate voltage.
Non-Adjustable Fixed Bias With this type of biasing, as the name would imply, the bias can't be easily adjusted. Some meters will display 35mV as 0. And Angus is still using his chord. The directions say a 10Meg ohm resistor network is used to drop the voltage by a factor of 1,000. Many guitarists find that they need multiple amps to cover all of the sizes of gigs they play, which is expensive. Alternatively, you could start from the cleanest preset Acoustic and build your own tube amp more or less from scratch.
The next module governs the power supply and output transformer settings. So the major point there is the microphones. So it could be only cosmetic, and the actual output is straight from the cavity to the transmitter. Bands 1 and 8 are shelves, with the six in between being parametric. Unfortunately, the design is a bit difficult to incorporate in higher powered amps, which is one reason for the limited use in tube amps. That voltage must be measured, but a bias tool will probably do the job.
But I use this amp primarily for guitar. You can freely mix and match—a fun and creative process. Insert the output tubes into the tester sockets which are now inserted into your amp. Set the toggle switch on the bias tester to the Ik position. Most bias probes measure the cathode current which is split into screen and plate current. I explained the relationship in post 3. Want our best price even faster? There's no doubt amps like this are the future for electric guitar; maintaining a collection of real valve amps is hard enough, let alone taking them all out to a gig.
I compare with my theatre set-up, which are a 2. The easy way is to get a bias tool. One advantage to this is that any tubes that have a less than favorable performance are disposed of. Before attempting measurements, make sure your multimeter is in good operating condition. The British Matrix line used to be big with the Fractal crowd.
A 10 MΩ high-voltage reistor divider provides an attenuation of 1000X. I will probably sell it. Imagine having access to the same tools that real boutique amp designers use - from building blocks like preamps, power amps, tubes and transformers to deep component-level control like tube bias and pre and post filtering - without needing to know a single thing about they how work! It also enables you to instantly save your changes to a preset. Or, my bias will not adjust down low enough! Value: For the price, I would recommend this over a Kemper or Fractal. They used to be black, space-age looking. And the treble is not smooth.