The Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 Tube Amp Emulator costs less than the original Sans Amp, and it's easier to set up. So they compromised on sound quality, right? Not as far as we can tell! GT2 purrs and screams with the same kind of fat, warm, glowing-glas...
MUSE article in the October issue of Electronic Musician with Matthew Bellamy discussing "The 2nd Law" album: On the album opener 'Supremacy,' Bellamy's passionate vocal cry morphs into a screaming guitar solo..."That's two [Tech 21] SansAmps with the lead vocal down the middle," Bellamy explains. "The SansAmp on the left had a 45-millisecond delay. The distortion is in stereo, but the main vocal was dry and right down the middle. You get this big-sounding vocal, but it evokes guitar as well because it's going through a SansAmp guitar simulator. It creates this strangely large, chorus distorted sound."more
This video from DunlopTV features the guitar tech of TOOL's longest acting bassist, Justin Chancellor. As he runs through some of the pedals within Chancellor's pedal board, we see that the over-all board is in 3 sections. The camera does a tightly zoomed pan of the board and shows the Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 Pedal.more
On August of 2016, [MusicRadar](http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/rig-tour-explosions-in-the-sky-641876) did a Rig Tour with Explosions in the Sky, taking a quick look at their gear. On Mark Smith's board, the last pedal in the chain is a Sansamp GT2. > “This is the one I use for the real apexes of our songs. It can just boost a melody so it shoots through in a way that works really well - like when Munaf and Michael are playing really heavy chords on songs like The Only Moment We Were Alone or Greet Death, I play this pedal for the melodies.”more
In [this interview with Premier Guitar magazine](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/22907-metz-alex-edkins-relentless-aggression?page=2), Edkins explains his pedal setup. "I use a Pro Co Turbo RAT, straight up, almost all the time. I sometimes run a SansAmp GT2 to boost the RAT a bit more, and a couple of delays. But that’s it."more
Marnie Stern did an interview in Guitar Player where its revealed: “When you’re trying to accent a lot of notes at once, you want the tone to be clear,” says Stern, who eschews high-gain rigs in favor of a beat-up old Fender Deluxe Reverb overdriven by a SansAmp GT2 pedal (which she also uses as an amp/cab simulator for direct tracking).more
In the description It said: "Equipment used in this song: Korg Polysix, Poly 61 (through a SansAmp GT2), Mono/Poly, Micro-preset M500; Roland TR-808, Jomox AirBase99, Juno 60, Alpha Juno 1&2; Touched-by-sound DRM1, Oberheim Matrix 6R, Yamaha RM1x (only for MIDI sequencing), Behringer DDX3216, Lexicon MPX500, as well as a midi patchbay and additional preamps for my mixer. Cameras: Canon HF100 (x2) and HF200."more
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The Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 Tube Amp Emulator costs less than the original Sans Amp, and it's easier to set up. So they compromised on sound quality, right? Not as far as we can tell! GT2 purrs and screams with the same kind of fat, warm, glowing-glass sounds heard in the original, but cost-effective manufacturing brought the price down. You select amp type, modification, and mic placement. Find the tone you want using high and low EQ, set your level, dial up distortion with the drive knob, then hit the "on" switch. The Tech 21 SansAmp GT2 is a truckload of tube amps in just one pedal!
I used a lot DS-1, DS-2, Metal Muff, but this has a place in my pedal board. It is very versatile and always find myself with it, regardless of the guitar or pickup that I'm using.
I found this in a box of junk.... I don't remember buying one so someone must have given it to me years ago. I started using it recently for nasty DI guitar sounds and I really like it. You have to embrace the fact that its not replacing an amp but it has a sound of its own that's pure trash.