Hello everyone I upgrade my equipment.! Im being using spider 3 with rc -30 looper.but the beatbuddy dosen’t sounds not so good on the spider 3,Now i got beatbuddy and im getting Aeros looper. What amp you guys recommend for the beatbuddy, Aeros looper and the guitar with the pedals board. Thanks
Try a keyboard amp.
You should check this out:
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Do a Google search. They are a bit pricey but huge pristine sound for the size/weight.
Then focus on stereo effects to give an amazing experience to your audience.
There were a couple of users that used this for their BeatBuddy (BB) and guitars.
If using a modeling amp or IR loader for electric, it sounds amazing and can easily fill a venue if 2 - 300. They don’t even recommend putting it on a stand.
A guitar am is designed to focus on sound berserk 300k and 2k.
What you want is a full range amp/speaker……keep your spider and buy a powered PA speaker for your studio to go into. You then get a mic and mic your amp if you are using the sounds from it………or get a cab simulator and run your pedal board straight in….
pedals/modeling amp/preamp/tube amp-load box record/line out >
Cab Sim > DD > Looper > PA > Monitor.
Beat buddy > PA > Monitor
i have two notes cab M cab sim (can become amp line out with speaker or load box.).
HK just released Stompman.
some are using Powered Guitar Cabinets ala headrush or line 6, for pedalboard guitar wouldn’t apply to you. and not sure how BB would sound in those.
in place of PA could be keyboard, some Acoustic or busking amps and monitor depends on scale.
I use e-drum amplifiers for my Beatbuddy. I have two of these, so I can run stereo mode!
I tried a few things and they did not work. In the end, I got two 8” JBL studio monitors and a simple $100 little mixer board. The little boards all have perfectly fine pre-amps. Plug the left/right out of the BeatBuddy into two channels on the board…tweak the gain…have a little EQ…and…wow it rocks. Very happy now.