Effect with two red led eyes

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Flatwound Funk, Jan 4, 2013.


  1. Flatwound Funk

    Flatwound Funk

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    I remember seeing a picture of an effect pedal that had a guy and his two eyes were red leds that turned on when the pedal was active. Does anyone know what the pedal is called? I think is was a fuzz/overdrive or a noise box type thing.
     
  2. wdinc01

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    Was it the IdiotBox Mad Doctor stutter pedal?

     
  3. Dark Barn

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    The Sauron Seraph, there was also a Sauron Musket. Both were rehouses etched by John Fromel.

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  4. OhValhalla

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  6. fremaochris

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    Both were rehouses etched by John Fromel.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  7. rratajski

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    We do a Demon King that has light up eyes.
     
  8. insomniac2295

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  9. JonnyAngle

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    Ohnoho Utter Stutter?
     
  10. Flatwound Funk

    Flatwound Funk

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    Yeah! thanks this was what I was looking for. The other pedals you guys found were cool too!
     
  11. grygrx

    grygrx Lookout! Here comes the Fuzz!

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    sutter pedal: also known as square wave tremolo?
     
  12. Dark Barn

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    Just going from youtube demos but to me the IdiotBox Mad Doctor and also the "chop" mode on the Diamond tremolo sound clearly different than a square wave tremolo. Both of these completely remove the signal from the audio path during the off cycle, to my ears the sound is more dramatic than a square wave trem.
     
  13. wdinc01

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    Glad I could help!

    Right. I would say the Mad Doctor is more akin to a killswitch on your guitar than a square wave tremolo. I have a EQD Hummingird, and its more of a pulse than completely cutting out the signal. Its close, but not quite a complete kill of signal. Not to mention the Mad Doctor (from what I've read, never had the opportunity to try one out) has a knob that controls the ratio of on/off, where as a square wave tremolo goes at a constant rate. I'm not familiar with the Diamond Tremolo. I'll have to check that out.
     
  14. SoComSurfing

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    Rick Gram Franken Tone?
     
  15. bassicsax

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    I think somebody here has a BOD that has rehoused to where it meets that description as well...
     

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