The Mr. Tater Head VSt plugin is another amp very much rooted in it’s Classic Rock roots, not that it won’t kick out the gain, it just prefers to be sitting in that ‘Vintage Crunch’ territory that a lot of the amps from this line do. Probably the most interesting feature of Mr. Tater is the 3 different gain controls it has – separate controls for Bass Gain, Mid Gain and Treble Gain, as well as the standard Bass, Mid and Treble controls on it’s tone stack. These extra gain controls mean you can really get in to shaping the sound of the saturation, it takes some tweaking, but you can get some really unique tones through altering the overall gain control and the 3 extra gain knobs. Here at AcmeBarGig we can sometimes find ourselves wishing we had an extra day in the week to get stuff done and, while 7 days of Preampus Week has now came and gone, we thought we’d finish the Classic Hybrid line off with one more amp, I guess we just don’t dig odd numbers, or something weird like that.
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Amp: 1 x 12AX7 Tube 1 x 12AT7 Tube 1 x 4J45/58 HV OC 1 x 4J45/58 HV 6V6 1 x 4HV7/4HV7 IC 1 x 4HV7/4HV7 OC 1 x VU1 PRS 1 x VU3 PRS 1 x Piezo Pickup 1 x Hi Power speaker 1 x Mono Out (with mid/treble eq/sum) 1 x Line Out Jack 1 x Microphone Jack (From Mid/Tune out) 2 x Microphone Switch Bass: 1 x 6V6 1 x 6V6 Treble: 1 x 12AX7 1 x 12AX7 Compression: 1 x VC2000 1 x VC2500 1 x VC6200 1 x VC8300 1 x VC9500 Overall: 63 watts @ 8 ohms 70 watts @ 4 ohms 58 decibels @ 1.5 million Hz Our Mr. Tater Head Crack Mini is a fantastic entry level hybrid amp, with a full rack of effects and being a mini-hybrid means you can stick it in a backpack without too much fear of it getting squashed. The more compact size means it can be taken to rehearsals and out on the road very easily, what’s not to like? A combination of the amp’s solid build quality and the ability to get a real character from the sound of it through the effects can bring a whole new depth to your guitarists tone, and on a day to day basis, it’s also just a hell of a lot of fun! £266.90 Once again we use the Factory Original Black Silicone Orange plugs as well, we really really like the sound they give, but they’re not for everyone, some people just sound better with Orange plugged in, and that’s fine, but this is the one plug that we hear in the past, and we don’t have to sound like we do when we plug it in! Just how orange are you? We’ve kept the build quality of the Peavey Monarch line fairly similar to the other 2 lines, we’ve opted for all hard anodised and nickel-plated pieces, however we’ve used soft an
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Bass/Mid Drive with Vintage Crunch- Deep sounding, full bodied, Analog-quality drive unit with a modern DIY touch. A preamp with an Audio Control AT950C power amp, the headphone amp has enough power to drive high-impedance headphones and a smooth blend of low and high frequencies, with a warm and organic amp distortion. The Acme Bar-Gig Mr. Tater Head performs it’s function like a class A/B preamp. We use this unit for inputting clean signals and driving an Output transformer-coupled tube with a 50W power tube for additional gain. Designed with 8 AA batteries in the battery compartments. Plug and play, Two DC power ports. Capable of driving even high impedance headphones. Remote wire included for easy setup. Transformer size was chosen to enable a full range of volume control from 8-15V. Tubing, transformers, regulators and all parts are ROHS compliant. We’ve all but scratched the surface on what this tube can do. A post-amp pedal is perfect for playing in the mix or soloing, and it’s size makes it ideal for use on a stomp box. Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single, RCA pair Mr. Tater Head Specifications: Input: RCA single, RCA pair, 1/8” stereo pair Output: RCA single
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Yea, another seriously sharp sounding hybrid. Very much a smaller sized version of the Mr. Tater that John has come up with, but with some additional nice features. While the following features are all plug and play, the positioning of the ‘pan’ controls are based upon the lower gain settings from the unique Bass, Mid and Treble controls that have been added to the tone stack. The pan controls are found in the top section of the amp, and have been given the numbers – Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left and Bottom Right. In these positions you are able to get the signal sent to the left or right side of the speaker, the top of the speaker, or the bottom of the speaker. These pan controls are fully voltage controlled (there are no voltage controls on the tone stack), and are accessed by a pull down menu on the front panel. The pull down menu can be accessed by either using a button on the key panel, or by using the Menu button on the rear of the amp. The Menu button is much larger, and can be located on the side of the amp or on the top panel. The Menu is made up of 4 different pull downs – Amp Settings, Channel Settings, Loudness Controls and Setup Menu. The Amp Settings pull down is made up of the Master Volume Control, the Output Gain, the Input Gain and the Drive Control – they are very much like the Control Pull Down within the Mr. Tater VSt. The amp is further split into 2 sections, with the 3 different gain knobs controlling the gain of 1 of the 3 sections. The channel settings pull down is made up of the Mid Control, Mid Gain and Treble Gain. These are again very much like the Gain controls within the Mr. Tater VSt. As you may expect, the Mr. Tater Head VSt is aimed at the V-amp market, in fact John has categorised it as one of the less ‘Conventional’ of the V-Amp Hybrid line. While it’s backlit, it’s not anything like the backlit that you may see within the Mr. Tater line. However, the striking, vibrant green backlight is still a pleasure to look at, and John has also opted for a much more sleek and refined look for the front panel, with the use of 4 curved strips, in a somewhat angled fashion. A/B switching is also included
OS: Windows XP (32/64-bit) Processor: Any processor RAM: 1 GB RAM Graphics Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible graphics card Hard Drive: 2GB available space Input: Mouse, keyboard Sound Card: Audio driver and hardware Additional Notes: The game is in English. It is recommended to use the default/recommended settings. Recommended gamepad and mouse settings: Gamepad: Button | Movement Up | Move up Down | Move down