- Mar 16, 2010
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I have a modeling amp (Mustang 3) and a vox amplug so I am fine but I want to get a nice tube head and be able to use it in all situations for just the cost of a Unleash. Half of the Unleash function is to do exactly what I am looking for (list as a re-amplifier / attenuator).
I am convinced I can get all sorts of great tone (clean and dist) at upwards of 100watts which will be great for performances but I just want to know how well the attenuator function works. Since it is reampin to a solid state signal I am guessing great. Here it is in action on next to silent but given the mic situation you can't tell or get a sense of sound quality or true volume.
Hopefully someone who has it can tell me their experience on the attenuator side with a amp with similar power.
Bobcat 5/100 with onboard Unleash
NAMM '12 - Bad Cat Amplification Bobcat 100 Demo - YouTube
2012 NAMM Bad Cat "Bobcat" - YouTube
I'm thinking of getting a Bobcat and an Unleash to have the best of both worlds and the option to combine them too... Don't feeling like carrying a head and cabinet to the small gig or rehearsal? - take the Bobcat. Love the tone of the Bobcat in a bigger room or outdoors? - re-amp the Bobcat and or combine with a bigger amp.