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Put it all togheter, with one of the slimmer neck you'll ever see, and here's to you, the N2, designed by Nuno Bettencourt from Extreme.
This guitar amplifier has 160 Watt of power, which basically means that at low volume levels, it's loud as hell.
Fruity Loops has been improving a lot at each version.
What this tool allows you to do is basically to use samples (like drumkit sounds - snare, cymbals, kick...
I use it for bass and voice too, although there is equipment available for that kind of function.
The simplest amplifier there is for electric bass guitar. This is a multi-effects pedal which means that it applies different, various effects to an electric guitar signal (at the same time or not), like Chorus, Reverb, Flanger, Wah, Distortions and Overdrives, Acoustic Simulator, etc.
Compression is a particular effect, because the least you notice it, the better.
A sound compressor's function is to make every note sound equal in volume, which means that if you're playing a guitar solo or doing a bass line every note you play will have the same volume, even if you play each one louder or quieter than the previous one.
To play live it's fabulous, but it has one flaw - it's a bit noisy and has spring reverb...
: PIt's a 4-stringer with sunburst finish, agathis body, medium high frets, the pickups are DX-P and DX-J (from factory), it has an equaliser inside (Phat EQ) and uses chrome hardware.