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Section - 5.7 How can I get "The Sound" without owning a 370/12 RM?

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   "I think an external compressor is a better solution anyway.
    It gives you more options. I have a DBX MC6 Mini-Comp that allows me to
    adjust the Threshold, Ratio, Attack, Release, and Output Gain
    individually, select a hard or "soft" compression knee, or use auto
    programmed presets (vocal or instrument); and I'm not limited to having
    it on just one guitar."

  [John Sessoms, jsessoms@pagesz.net, 5/22/1998]


   "I'll vouch for Boss compressors, too, although I don't use the current 
    CS-3.
        http://www.rolandus.com/products/MI/MIboss_CP-EQ.html#CS-3
        http://www.harmony-central.com/Effects/Data/Boss/CS-3-01.html

    Some people still swear by the old MXR Dyna Comp, though.
        http://www.jimdunlop.com/mxr.html
        http://www.harmony-central.com/Effects/Data/MXR/Dyna-Comp-01.html
        http://www.soundbarrier.com/top10vin.htm

    Me, I've been using the old Boss CS-1 for eons.  60dBs compression with a 
    treble-enhance mode switch.  (Musta had the Byrds in mind when they 
    designed it.)"

   [Tomcat, 813@SPAMBLOCKmlode.com, 5/21/1998]

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