#1
I have been dabbling in the dark arts of extreme guitar filtering lately, and I want to move into guitar synthesizer pedals.

I've been looking around, and I haven't seen that many pedals that seem to be able to do what I want or are within my budget, as I would need to factor in shipping and whatnot, as I live in Malaysia.

I definitely cannot afford the Pigtronix Mothership or other pedals in that price range, but perhaps something below US$300?

Anyway, I saw a few demos for the Markbass Super Synth and I'm wondering whether there are any pedals like that for guitar. Anything?
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#2
Well a quick look on ebay shows that a new Pigtronix Mothership would run you roughly $350-400... If you save an extra $50-100 you may get exactly what you're after, rather than having to find the cheaper alternative which may not be exactly what you're after.

Just my $0.02 AUD.
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#5
The Pigtronix Mothership costs approximately USD479 new, so perhaps a used one would do, but I can't find many at the moment
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#7
Electro-harmonix do a synth pedal for £200, which i think is around $300
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#8
If you're talking about the Microsynth, then it is a bit of a hassle, as its all sliders and changing on the fly during a gig may prove to be more than just a little hard.
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#10
I know what you mean. But I can't find any demos of it on guitar, and there isn't a Markbass dealer where I am... so yeah. I don't even know if the frequency range would respond to a guitar's.
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#11
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I don't even know if the frequency range would respond to a guitar's.

That at least it should. The actual range of the two instruments isn't much different.