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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Psyrcle, Jun 17, 2005.
I saw a few on ebay for $10 and I just might get one. Is it worth it?
it couldnt be that bad that it wasnt worth $10... thats my logic anyway! it aint gonna blow your mind with tone but it shouldnt blow your speaker either.
right, it would have to be without any redeeming features whatsoever to not be worth $10
I have the Arion Bass Flanger, and when you direct record with it(I have a Korg Ampworks) and run a dist in front, its metallic and super loud, its actually an original. Its at least good for cheap stuff.
I had the chorus, I could barely hear it.
The worst thing about Arion pedals is the construction. They are made of poor quality plastic, and do not stand up to repeated use very well. Some of them actually sound pretty decent.
did the arion/rocktek mail around pedals idea get off the ground?
So far it's one of my favorite distrortions, and I've tried a bunch...
My tastes are odd, so take it for what it's worth.
It is quite flimsy - I'm thinking I should have a couple backups for when (not if) it breaks.
It's best setting is with just a touch of the "dist" (gain) knob turned up. All the over the top fuzz with the gain up high isn't that cool, but just a little bit is good. Then adjust the clean and dirty volumes together to suit.
I have never actually tried one, but they had a couple of used ones in a pawn shop. +1 to flimsy looking.
Check my review of the Arion compressor. Jaw-droppingly bad for its intended purpose, but a real cool find for a lo-fi AM radio effect. I'll probably re-house it.
arion choruses are one of the best out there... but i don't know about other stuff