#1
Gear-
ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 VB
Epiphone Negative G-400 SG
Jackson Dinky
Custom Explorer
Custom V(being built)
CEC Amplification Suckerpunch 15
Catalinbread DLS v2
Humphrey Audio Slo/Diezel mod MT-2
Monsterpiece NPN/Classic
#2
Have seen it Guitar World and Premier Guitar (i think)

Personally i think its a bit of a gimmick... most of the time, such subtle changes in tone needs a lot of tweaking to get a base tone that will allow you to hear the changes.

That said, its really more practical in the studio and for self-entertainment. In live settings, no one can really hear the difference.

Just one thing tho, I've tried similar passive circuits, and I do notice tone loss... so its a bit of a risk paying for such things... and they aren't exactly chump change.
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#3
It is very new still, but the HCP looks more appealing then the DMT.
Gear-
ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 VB
Epiphone Negative G-400 SG
Jackson Dinky
Custom Explorer
Custom V(being built)
CEC Amplification Suckerpunch 15
Catalinbread DLS v2
Humphrey Audio Slo/Diezel mod MT-2
Monsterpiece NPN/Classic