I am a HUGE LOVER of the tc pedals, and it turns out I only actually use them in the "toneprint" settings.
I have the:
Ditto looper (not a toneprint pedal, but worth mentioning because it might be the best $100 a musician can spend)
Flashback delay (which is PERFECT on Janek Gwizdala's "sausage & beer" toneprint, although Justin Meldal Johnsen's toneprint is also awesome!)
Corona chorus (AMAZING on Roscoe Beck's "b3" style toneprint, although Henrik Linder and Marlowe DK toneprints are also awesome!)
HOF mini (I use Tony Grey's reverb toneprint)
I play with all the knobs, all the settings, etc, and for some reason I keep going back to these toneprints. Seems like any sound I get ends up being almost identical to these toneprints so I usually use those
One note: on Roscoe Beck's chorus toneprint, I turn the "speed" knob all the way down to remove all the Leslie-style warble. This leaves you with a deep, wet, awesome sounding chorus (he developed this toneprint to emulate a Hammond B3 when chording or tapping, which is awesome! I just don't always want warble in my chorus. I have a tremolo pedal if I want to add that)
Ok, that is ALL being said without even mentioning the toneprint software that you can use to tweak EVERY SINGLE ASPECT of your effect. That's a whole different can of worms that just blows my mind. Too cool.
I absolutely LOVE the tc pedals and would recommend them to anyone
note: I am NOT a tc endorser, not affiliated with the company, nor do I receive any benefits AT ALL from them lol I'm just a regular consumer
Ok, all this to say, no I don't usually change toneprints mid-gig with my phone lol! (I believe that was the op original question?)
Last edited by adamsmatthewj : 11-13-2013 at 09:20 AM.