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SSL FX-G384 vs, Stam SA-4000
Old 12th June 2019
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SSL FX-G384 vs, Stam SA-4000

#SSL FX-G384 vs, #Stam SA-4000
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Old 12th June 2019
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Well that's how most modern ssl type looks like. Probably the ones Ssl are making them self's too.

I have an SSL g384 at home right now and I'm doing some tests against Tk audio and some plugins. The g384 is very crunchy in a cool way but the Tk sounds great too. I guess most SSL clones nail the "sound" which one you prefer is up to you.
Old 22nd June 2019
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Originally Posted by crille_mannen View Post
Well that's how most modern ssl type looks like. Probably the ones Ssl are making them self's too.

I have an SSL g384 at home right now and I'm doing some tests against Tk audio and some plugins. The g384 is very crunchy in a cool way but the Tk sounds great too. I guess most SSL clones nail the "sound" which one you prefer is up to you.

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