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    Can we include the Tubemeister 40 Deluxe in these posts?

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    OldPunk

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    Can we include the Tubemeister 40 Deluxe in these posts?

    Post by OldPunk on Thu Mar 22, 2018 11:24 am

    I don't see a lot of posting for the TM 40 D. Is that b/c of low popularity or sales? Or am I in the wrong place? TFTI
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    Re: Can we include the Tubemeister 40 Deluxe in these posts?

    Post by bordonbert on Thu Mar 22, 2018 1:49 pm

    Just because we've not seen too many of them OP.  I think most people now go for the GM series.  It would be interesting to hear the TM40D against say a GM36 to see how they compare tonally.  People do say that the GM40D sounds very different to the GM36 but I have yet to be convinced, purely based on online listening, I have never had a GM40D under the cosh.  The GMs are much more flexible with their full MIDI capabilities though so a lot of people go straight to them for that. That said, the TM40D tone could even be better for all I know.
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    OldPunk

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    Re: Can we include the Tubemeister 40 Deluxe in these posts?

    Post by OldPunk on Fri Mar 23, 2018 7:31 am

    I ended up choosing the TM40 because i have a Boss GT100 which is a wonderful multi-FX board. I considered the GM40, but saw I would not have a wah pedal and harmonizer, which I love the sound of (esp in my punk band, it's both surprising and hilarious) If I was gonna have MORE stuff at my feet, I decided to just have the all in one.

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