#1
I've heard mixed reviews about it. One of the good ones (I think) is that it is similar to a Tubescreamer and a Modded DS-1 put together. But people also argue that that is its negative side. Does Vai actually use it or is it just in there for the ibanez sponsorship stuff. I love his tone, but does the Jemini actually accomplish it?
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#2
if you haven't already, i'd suggest looking at this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=CA&hl=en&v=WrBLnB3ze5Y

yes i know its corny, and steve vai is definatly a goof, but it shows you a good overview of its features

i'm personally going to wait for jason becker's perpetual burn pedal
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#4
haha sorry!
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#5
I haven't heard anything about it for a while, but I was under the impression it was basically a DS1 and a tubescreamer nailed together and splattered with paint...

I'd only suggest it if you've got a rig that's broadly similar to Steve's (bright, high output pickups into a very loud dark tube amp). Can't see it being all that useful with solid state amps, or with high-gain amps that already have plenty of gain and presence.