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He posts on ilovefuzz and seems very down to earth.Done. Will likely bash off an email soon. Always love buying from Aussie builders.
Diamond announced at NAMM that they're coming out with a new version of the Memory Lane Junior. I can't remember the details or the page I read it on. Or maybe this was announced way before NAMM and I'm only just hearing about it now... ???All of you are the worst. Might get one around tax time, but I get the feeling it's over kill for me. It'd probably boot the MLJr off board anyway.
Anarchy Audio in Austrailia has an HM-2 clone for around $150AUS. I dig his stuff.I'm looking at my Jr and doing it up for BOTB, and between the M9 and Twosome I can barely fit anything else Might end up with a different Fuzz down the road. Really want to grab a Pharaoh. If I want an HM-2, I could probably just get a W&C.
It's fine as a 'set-and-forget' pedal if that's what you're looking for. It works, I found, with both dirt and clean, wet settings, dry settings. It's designed to be an all-round time-based pedal for those who only need the essentials and don't care for such precision as tap-tempo or subdivisions. They just need something to add dimension and 'wash'.Opinions on the Earthquaker Devices Dispatch Master?
Guy with the Cusack Tap-A-Delay says he has someone coming to check it out today ( ) and offered the Earthquaker in a straight trade for my Liquid Sunshine, instead. From the videos, it looks cool, but seems to be pretty spacey, which is cool, but I don't know that I'd use it for that much... The added reverb is a nice addition, but the whole pedals seems more like an ambient device than a general purpose delay (all of the demos have it running super wet), like the Cusack, Time Machine or Flashback I've had an eye on?
I don't know what it's like in Australia but people are still paying upwards of $100 more than the list price on TGP. I thought the prices would have gone down by now but seemingly not. The only pedal I'm still dying to own is The Vault. The rest... I just lost interest. I'd like them all to try, but I can't imagine keeping a $550 tremolo. That's not to say I won't be blown away and want to keep it, but can I justify it? I don't feel like I should have to battle with these things when enjoying creative instruments. I should be able to just play and not worry about justifications.just got this.
forgot all about it . don't even think i'll need it anymore now that i've got my xxx. what's toneczar flippage like?
This is my thought, too. There are a bunch of threads all over the Internet of people complaining about tuners that aren't instantaneous in their tracking of the note, but I've never once shouted in frustration hurry up to my Pitchblack. It's almost immediate. No problems at all.The Pitchblack tracks plenty fast enough. More than a few times I've had to tune between standard and drop D while the drummer is counting in the next song and I do it easily enough with the Pitchblack. I mean, really, how fast does it have to be?
It depends on how many buffers you already have in your chain. You mentioned the Moog is buffered but what about your other pedals? How long are your cables and are they good quality? What amp do you have? Are you losing clarity when you roll the volume on your guitar down or is your tone suffering in general? If so, are you sure it's not your guitar?Hey people im working on re implementing my pedals, and im wondering about buffers and the best place to put them, heres my rig and the pedal chain ive been thinking:
ive had problems in the past with my tone and too many pedals, and found putting a buffered pedal after my delay fixed it. should i use 2 buffers? just one at the end?
I have a Pitchblack and have had no problems at with it. It's been solid for three years. I love the soft-touch switch. It tracks well enough but supposedly not quite as good as the Turbo Tuner or Polytune. The Polytune 2 apparently tracks fine with lower tunings, but don't quote me on that.Think I know where I put my Planet Waves now. Forgot I took my ESP and 5150 to a friend's house a few months ago and took the tuner with me in the case. Usually I just plug into my computer and record, using a plugin for the tuner, or I use my Kemper's built in one, so I haven't really needed it for a while
I'll have to check to make sure... but if I DO have it - Still any reason to buy the Pitch Black? It looks much more simple, though I don't remember ever having issues with the Planet Waves. Reading up on the two, there seems to be a lot of noise on the PW unit for some people, but I don't remember that being the case for mine, though it's not like I had a pedalboard I used with it really, I'd just plug in and tune up before playing, unplug it and put it away I know it's not true-bypass... but since I believe it will be the only non-true-bypass pedal on my board, is there any merit for using it as a buffer for the signal chain, or does it matter with a smaller board (6-8 pedals)?
Ahhh, man, that sucks. I'm sorry.**** saaaake. Today has been shitty.
Split up with the missus today, which was pretty awful. Then went to band practice, split my hand open on the TOM bridge on my LP, my pint jumped off the PA speaker and soaked our bassists power supply (which still worked thankfully) then my other guitarist's input jack fell into his Epi ES-335 which had to be fished back out. FFS.
Those pedals are ****ing huge. Nice board!I have had to have a rethink for variety of reasons, and wanted to build the most versatile board I could on one power supply.
Here it is. Very happy.
Ok... so I need a good analog delay. Budget - $200 (used). Obvious choice lately seems to be the Carbon Copy... but what else should I be looking at?
Also - A looper sounds fun. Thoughts on that?
How much? How much?
The Echolution didn't really impress me that much, and I lost a bunch of money on it. It's only worth around $250 nowadays; sometimes even less. The new one looks pretty swish but the old version had a couple of 'quirks' that bothered me. The sound of the repeats... they made me think of a diluted, pretend version of a DMM. It's weird but I never felt like it was a serious pedal, both because the features seemed more like gimmicks than creative musical additives and because of the tone. I never felt inspired by it. I don't know how to describe it beyond that. The TimeLine is infinitely better, as is the SuperDelay, DMM 550TT, and from what I can tell as I haven't tried it, the Eventide Timefactor, too. The Line6 is better as well.Hnng. Offered a Pigtronix Echolution + cash for my tele from one of the Post Rock guys. Somewhat tempted.
Yeah, the La Cabronita was a great idea. I don't think they were ever intended to be anything more than custom shop guitars, but the demand was so high they began introducing models at all price points.I thought it was pretty cool how Fender came out with that little mini-Gretsch tele. I think they have a Squier and a Fender version of the Cabronita.
I've been in the poorhouse for the last few months, so I finally went back to look at Reverend prices and they are currently not good. Couldn't find anything on the 'bay or GC that was under about $700.
Tiny compressors ftw.Double new pedal day, POG2 and Malekko compressor.
I remember posting in here a while back inquiring about the Micro POG, and somebody told me once I tried the POG2 I'd lose all interest in the Micro, **** you were right. This thing is amazing.
The Malekko is probably one of the nicest compact compressors I've ever used as well.
Welcome to the forum! Give the rules a quick read and repost your piece in its own thread per the rules.What did you think? Did it flow?
Yeah, I'm sure they will. Pickups are only tiny and it would be rather unwise to not ship abroad since that would be half their market.If they ship international, definitely! Especially if they have ray guns on them.
I wanted a ES-339 for a while because of its size, but it doesn't have the acoustic qualities I'm looking for. For a small bodied guitar with a woody and hollow sound, I'm going to pick up a Guild M-75 Aristocrat. I tried a G5442 and the Guild at the same time and couldn't decide which I liked more. However, the Guild is a little out of my budget at the moment and I'm craving that Gretsch sound more.Currently suffering ES-339 GAS. Don't usually like a hollowbody but them's delish.
To be honest, I think bashing clones is becoming a bit redundant. Someone has to be cloning, right? Everyone loves Skreddy because he was one of the early birds to bite the worm with clones, but just because Skreddy did it and did it well doesn't mean no one else can. W&C pedals are unique in at least visual flare, if that means anything to anyone, and it means something to me. You've bought and enjoyed loads of clones before, so why are Wren & Cuff disallowed a piece of the pie when others see their merits and worth? $250 is steep for a pedal that can be found for less, but that's not the point. Jimmy Behan can clone you an excellent Tone Bender MKI for $100, so why bother paying Pigdog to build you one for $350? The answer is obvious to most of us here, and I see little difference between guys like D*A*M and Wren & Cuff. You might see a better built pedal, but maybe Wren & Cuff have higher overheads, maybe they spend more on marketing, or maybe they spend more time in R&D?lol
Who gives a shit about W&C anyways? All they build is clones and then sand off part numbers to give some sort of mystique. They even gooped part of the HM-2 clone.
ilovefuzz were bitching as well. Then Wreny stepped in and challenged it all. He literally shut everyone up and went on to encourage the thread and said to keep it alive, he was that confident in his product, his name, and his business. I wanted to e-pat that guy on the back.http://www.thegearpage.net/board/showpost.php?p=16892142&postcount=53
i wanna go and buy a bunch of W&C pedals now.
Me likey me likey.
aaaaaand board rewired. the dpc-5 has the same thing as the strymon where the effect is activated when you lift off the switch, but not too much of a hassle. other than that, it's ****ing great. was reading up on it and it's stupid versatile.