bandit2013 wrote:Sorry for this question....but who are you quoting?
Haha... myself, sorry for the confusion.
When I first got the amp the CLEAN channel was breaking up even with the gain set low (e.g. 10 o'clock w/ P-90s). This did not please me, but I liked the HI and LO channels so much, it wasn't really biggest deal in the world...
Then a few days ago, I was using a bridge humbucker, and noticed the gain was up at 2 o'clock on the CLEAN channel... but still crystal clear. Like I said, I have no explanation for the change, but it's a welcome change. CLEAN channel sounds better, fuller with the gain up a little higher.
The TC-100 is a beast and more so than I thought it would be. A week or so ago I had some friends over. One of which brought a 62 les paul, may as well call it an SG (he claims it is a les Paul before the other les paul was adopted and the horned devil became the SG model) That axe has a hot wound original P90 in it. I could not believe my ears when I heard it. I was playing drums at the time so things generally sound differeint when you are not the one playing the guitar. Now I am oogling a set of HSP90 on the bare knucle web site. May get the Mississippi Queens but decided on a pair of humbuckers instead (juggernaut set) for my Carvin CT624C. I still want the P90 pups though may have to build another guitar for those. I do have another CT6 but does not have a tremolo on it. I may just get the picups anyway and try them out in that guitar first. So in a band setting, the TC-100 definately works its majic. Too bad nobody was playing bass when I was playing the drums.
Yes! That's been my experience, too. They sound fine when I'm noodling by myself, but in a full band setting, TC-100 + P-90s sound both huge and
very complimentary to the mix as a whole. Hope yours work out for you.