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SansAmp (original) vs SansAmp Classic (reissue) vs SansAmp Para Driver DI Ver. 2
Old 15th September 2018
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SansAmp (original) vs SansAmp Classic (reissue) vs SansAmp Para Driver DI Ver. 2

Has anyone A/B'd the original SansAmp pedal to the SansAmp Classic reissue? Do they sound identical? Is the circuit exactly the same too? And on a deeper and more important note, are the components different brands? Even if the circuit is identical, the quality of the components that make up the circuit noticeably affect the tone.

And then there's the SansAmp Para Driver DI Ver. 2. Would this be considered the newest, next step up from the Classic? Anyone have an opportunity to A/B these two?

For me, the one key feature the original SansAmp lacks is DI. I had the SansAmp one before. Picked one up towards the end of the '90s and had it just up until a couple years ago when I was forced to sell it to pay my rent. It's leaps ahead of any other dirt pedal I've ever used.

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