Go my superego today .... Review & tube video forthcoming.
Interesting pedal! UPDATE
Here is my opinion so far: In latch mode & momentary mode the SuperEgo is pretty much a Freeze pedal with bonus of being able to adjust the release time easily & the layering ability (in latch mode) .... I don't immediately see a use for layering on bass but it works as expected.
Auto mode: this is what I expect most people are interested in & the only reason to dump a freeze for this (as I did)
Tracking: it does not track as good as the micro pog but it is completely usable you just have play the way it wants.
It tracks about 1000% better playing with a pick than with fingers (at least with my tone on a Stingray)
At this point I'm still fiddling with best location in the effect chain ... I always ran the Freeze near end but I think auto mode may work better early before any dirt or octave pedals.
I haven't put anything in the EGO effect loop yet but I'm doing that here in a minute.
Its ashamed the effect loop couldn't be active in the loop with the Freeze part bypassed so its either double up on some effects or get some fancy switching worked out if you want to use the internal loop.
More updates as I keep playing with it .... I'll get a tube vid up as soon as I think I have a handle on it enough to show a worth while demo ... Update2
Here is a tube vid ... will prob make another later as I've only had the EGO a couple of days. This short vid def shows the SuperEgo is a useful pedal on bass IMHO anyway. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ7Ng...ature=youtu.be
Def needs to be early in the effect chain ... any dirt or octave in front of the EGO will diminish the tracking. I also put a compressor in front of the EGO & the tracking was worse.
As I said before tracking is best with a pick but finger style is fine for slower stuff.
If you can play with at least some precision & finesse this pedal can be very useful .... if your sloppy & belligerent don't bother you'll just think the pedal sucks.