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Is Anyone Here Running A Noble Valve Pre?

Discussion in 'Bass Pedals, Effects & Preamps' started by Nightmaresandconclusions, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. Nightmaresandconclusions

    Nightmaresandconclusions

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    I am interested in getting one of these and just looking for opinions on anyone who is using one?

    Expensive but I'm a firm believer you get what you pay for most times.

    Any real world experience users here?

    http://nobleamps.com/preamps/
     
  2. Narcdor

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    I wish I was. Up until recently I had a B15 custom made point to point amp with a killer DI so I didn’t need one, but now I’m taking another look...
     
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    Foal30 Supporting Member

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    What's the verdict Bro?
    Is it a keeper? I should believe the hype? Have you given it a work out with Passive Bass?
     
  4. Nightmaresandconclusions

    Nightmaresandconclusions

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    Its definitely a keeper, I love mine. It just sounds really lovely with all my basses passive or active, Even on Piezo due to the 10Meg input impedance.

    It makes my quilter amp sound like my 300Watt tube amp without all the weight. The bass seems way more responsive and the Di output is killer!.

    you never see second hand ones, for a reason.
     
  5. DiMarco

    DiMarco nutcase Good Vibe Sponsor

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    Try a Two Notes 'Le Bass' pre. It does the same thing for a fraction of the price. Since I got it I never play without it. All my basses are more lively, punchy and responsive with it.

    Only bad thing about it is the powersupply but I hooked it up to a VoodooLab anyway. It needs 12v.
     
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