#1
Hello,I read many reviews and saw many videos on youtube about the hardwire.I believe these are one of the greatest stompboxes and one of the greatest pedals digitech has ever made.I really want to buy the Stereo reverb.I would like to hear your opinnion about the hardwire.
My pedals:
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95
Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS-9)
Digitech Hot Head
MXR Phase 90
Digitech DigiDelay
#2
If they're anything like the standard Digitech line, I probably wouldn't like the Hardwires too much. Hopefully I'll get to try one out soon.


I think I would probably like an Xotic or a Catalinbread better.
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#3
I will also try one out soon..my pal just ordered the TL-2.Let us see...
My pedals:
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95
Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS-9)
Digitech Hot Head
MXR Phase 90
Digitech DigiDelay
#4
Are they digital?

IMO, I would prefer the security and tone of analog equipment.
And yes, there is a difference (unless recording), no matter what.
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#5
They're true By-pass..
My pedals:
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95
Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS-9)
Digitech Hot Head
MXR Phase 90
Digitech DigiDelay
#6
they're analog. wish some more people around here had reviews of these pedals so a general consensus about them could be formed
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#7
I'm wanting to buy one myself but I dont have enough info on them. I know they are analog.
#8
I just bought a Hardwire TL-2 at GC online. I'll be giving a full review when I get it.
#9
Yup, they're analog.
It seems like in recent threads, some people thought they were digital.
I haven't tried one quite yet, but i'm optimistic about them. It seems like they're an improvement on their previous analog line.
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#10
i was reading the Total guitar magazine,the november issue..and it said this for the TL-2 "we're pretty sure the TL-2 is the best metal pedal we've ever stomped on.Trust us,that tight setting will blow your boots off". Congrats to digitech..we're waiting your review on the pedal.I will also do one once my friend has it in his hands
My pedals:
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95
Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS-9)
Digitech Hot Head
MXR Phase 90
Digitech DigiDelay
#11
my bud got the stereo reverb pedal and is in love with it....according to him it's pretty godly. i'm gonna see if i can't try it out this weekend when we jam and i'll let ya know if i do!
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#12
i've heard, and i know that they're great , ANALOG, TRUE BYPASS pedals. much better than their other crappy pedals that i wouldn't go near. they took a step in the right direction with their hardwire pedals
#13
I hope we can keep this thread open for awhile to give ppl who try them out a chance to respond.
#14
Hello again!I bumped my old thread cause I didn't want to start a new one about the hardwire.So,my friend bought the TL-2.It's damn amazing,die hard metal construction.The way the knobs turn will blow you away,the smoothness is damn awesome.And the sound...pff man,you can't get something better than that
My pedals:
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah GCB-95
Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS-9)
Digitech Hot Head
MXR Phase 90
Digitech DigiDelay
#15
Quote by darkarbiter7
Yup, they're analog.
It seems like in recent threads, some people thought they were digital.
I haven't tried one quite yet, but i'm optimistic about them. It seems like they're an improvement on their previous analog line.


Analog?
In which case, I'd better go take a look.
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- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
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- Laney VC15

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#17
yea the stereo chorus was pretty nice. Has a reverse reverb that is fun to play with. But you also gotta look at the act price of these pedals..they can't suck for what you're being charged. And they prolly won't. I hope they take over BOSS popularity LOL...much more deserving to me.
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*Agile AL3000 Les Paul w/ Alnico IIs
*Randall RM50
*Dunlop CFH
*fellow LEO feel free to give a shout out
#19
Yes hardwires are awesome, I love my CM-2, I have a whole thread on it.

I just went to GC today to buy some strings and i thanked the guy who sold it to me, I told him it was the best thing ive ever bought.

I saw that the Reverb was LEXICON licensed, so i bet they also had a hand in ther other pedals.
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#20
Quote by darkarbiter7
Yup, they're analog.
It seems like in recent threads, some people thought they were digital.
I haven't tried one quite yet, but i'm optimistic about them. It seems like they're an improvement on their previous analog line.

There not simply an improvement for the price they go for, especially the overdrive, there the new standard.