|Inputs:1 x 1/4"|
|Outputs:2 x 1/4"1 x XLR|
|Manufacturer Part Number:CS-VTB-DI|
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This turns my Orange Stack into a bass Amp that sounds just like an SVT
I can't be using a real SVT in my home.
For recording and practice. this gives you
The same sound without shaking the windows
After playing for an hour its amazing how much power my Orange Amp has with this Character SVT Simulator! Gave it the sub lows
I could not get with the Amp, which is a guitar Amp but I have a 120watt speaker.
While the VTDI objectively made my bass sound better, after a few months of playing with it regularly and experimenting with different settings I've come to the conclusion that I just don't personally like the the "vintage" sound that the drive on this aims to reproduce. If you're into that "Ampeggy" tone you'll probably be very happy with it.
To me, the drive sounds harshly digitized and farty whenever you're not playing very softly. Playing hard with the drive past 9 o'clock or so just sounds bad to me. I like it more with the drive way down, but at that point I feel like I'm avoiding the defining feature of this pedal and using it as an overpriced EQ. I'll most likely end up selling my VTDI and looking into the normal Sansamp BDDI and/or some of the cheaper alternatives.
Other minor pros and cons:
+ Build quality is great
+ I love having the option of a parallel output
- Having the XLR jack on the left takes up way too much space on a board unless you place this at the far left. XLR jack at the top would be more manageable.
- I don't like that the footswitch is a non-standard size so you can't fit a topper onto it. For an effect "always-on" effect it's arguably not a big deal, but I don't really see the point in these wider and shorter switches except to save a few mm of vertical space.
We all have more preamps than we need, right? Our amps have them, and a bunch of pedals have them. But the products from SansAmp are better than the rest. They are amazingly versatile, and I was really surprised at all of the different, nuanced sounds that I can get out of it. The manual comes with quite a few settings to get you started. You can go from super sharp and articulate to thick and thudding, or you can crank up the gain for a really wide range of overdrive. Then you can hit the "bite" button to give your sound a noticeable edge. It has a "character" knob, and I am not sure how to describe it, but it runs through a range of different tonal characteristics. Try to find a video that demonstrates what it can do, and you will see what I mean. For the money, and with the high quality of this pedal, I think it is an essential piece of gear. Ok, since it says that I should talk about durability, I will add that this feels like, and appears to be, really solid and well-put-together. I don't gig, but it feels like one of the more solid pedals that I own.
This the most important pedal I own, and it's the only one that I can say I'll use on EVERY song.