Tech 21 SansAmp GT2
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GT2

The SansAmp GT2 is unchanged since its 1993 introduction. In a world of planned obsolescence and constant upgrades, it’s rare to have such a lengthy lifespan. Clearly exceeding the test of time, being around for 30 years speaks volumes.

With the SansAmp GT2, you can “architecturally” create your own rig in seconds. You can easily achieve the most sought-after tube amp sounds, and entirely new ones as well. Choose amplifier type, modification and speaker cabinet/mic placement configurations. You can easily mix and match specific sound characteristics in ways that would otherwise be physically improbable, probably impractical and definitely not cost effective. The SansAmp GT2 is a truckload of great amps in a single, simple pedal.

BUILT-IN SPEAKER/CAB SIM
The 100% analog SansAmp Tube Amplifier Emulation technology encompasses the entire signal chain, from pre-amp to power amp to speaker simulation. An integral part of the circuitry, the SansAmp speaker simulation will complement any type of guitar or bass speaker cabinet system. You can also place an external IR after a SansAmp to give additional flavor if you so desire. The SansAmp speaker sim is designed and individually tailored for a smooth, even response as would be achieved by a multiply-miked cabinet –without peaks, valleys, and notches associated with single miking and many IRs.

• Measures 3.75″ x 4.75″ x 2″
• Operable with 9V alkaline battery (not included).
• Optional DC power supply is available:
Tech 21 model #DC9.
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(Also operable with former models #DC2 and #DC4).

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Credits:

All tracks written, performed and/or programmed by Frederic St-Gelais at “La Chambre” Studio, Montreal, Canada using the following equipment:

Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 preamp
Mackie CR1604VLZ console
Alesis ADAT XT recorder
3630 compressor
Microverb and Midiverb III effects processors
D4 drum module
Ensoniq ASR-10 sampler (used as a MIDI  controller)
BOSS DD-5 digital delay and CE-2 chorus FX pedals
Tascam DA-30 DAT recorder
Pentium 200mmx running sequencer, audio editor and mp3 encoder programs
Yamaha Pacifica 120 and 112 guitars*
Yamaha RBX 260 bass.