Rockett : FLEX DRIVE (Squier 51 to Super-Sonic)
The Flex Drive is aptly named in my opinion. You get 3 Clipping modes, 3 Treble modes, a Fat toggle and the battle-ready build that has become synonymous with J. Rockett Audio Designs. And it sounds great.
The Flex is capable of doing several things very well: Boost (clean to dirty); Overdrive (low to medium gain); Fuzz (when centre Clipping mode is engaged and Gain is wound up). Cool.
This video is one of two I’ve filmed for the Flex Drive. The other is similar but filmed with a Strat-style guitar (Redhouse Guitars, Melbourne) and a Palmer DREI amp set for 6L6 emphasis. You can see that one at http://youtu.be/1PUZlOEqhgc
Guitar : 2004 Squier 51 (no mods, completely stock)
Amp: Fender Super-Sonic V-Custom LTD (ProGuitarShop exclusive)
Cables : Providence
Mic : Shure SM57 (amp) Samson Airline77 (me)
Camera : Canon 60D (me) and Sony HDR CX150 (pedal)
Soundcard : AVID Mbox Pro 3
Computer : Apple iMac 27″ i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
Software : Pro Tools 10 LE, Waves CLA Guitars (slight comp and reverb over input track), Waves L3-16 Limiter (to keep levels in check at output), Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).