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If you could design your own fantasy effect, what would it be?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Toasted, May 30, 2007.


  1. tomhanzo

    tomhanzo

    Apr 20, 2008
    West Virginia
    this will blow all other ideas out of the water.

    An effect that made your guitar sound like a lion roaring.

    What ever not you are playing it will have the lion roaring in that pitch.

    If anyone has a way of making this let me know.
     
  2. EADG mx

    EADG mx

    Jul 4, 2005
    Digitech bass whammy reissue
    Looper with a real-time fadeout
    Harmonizer/shifter/octave that doesn't suck
    Fretless/upright simulator that doesn't suck

    and it's not an effect but I'd like a 100% wireless recording setup
     
  3. funkometer

    funkometer Supporting Member

    Jan 16, 2006
    Birmingham AL
    A sweet envelope filter that doesnt cost $400........
     
  4. baalroo

    baalroo

    Mar 24, 2008
    Wichita, KS
    Mine would be an over-saturated high-gain distortion/fuzz with an expression pedal that modulated BOTH the dry/wet blend (like 0% wet/100% dry - 70% wet/ 30% dry) and the amount of gain/distortion at the same time... so you can have the exp. pedal rocked back and have a normal tone and then slowly roll forward and blend in an ever increasingly heavy and oppressive cloud of fuzz.
     
  5. kaputsport

    kaputsport

    Nov 14, 2007
    Carlisle, PA
    Atypical, not a typical...
    A box that could duplicate "hysteria" with the push of a button, that I could sell for 3 easy payments of $29.95....

    I would be rich.
     
  6. scotch

    scotch It's not rocket science!

    Nov 12, 2006
    Albany, NY USA
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    I'd like a pedal that immediately summonses Milla Jovovich to serve me a Stoli & soda. The second channel would vanquish my enemies....




    ....Oh yeah, with true bypass and a blue LED!
     
  7. baalroo

    baalroo

    Mar 24, 2008
    Wichita, KS
    I forgot, instead of an LED mine would have a spot light angled up and slightly towards the person standing over the pedal with the intensity controlled by the exp. pedal as well.
     
  8. Willem

    Willem

    Dec 26, 2005
    Belgium
    i've been thinking about this for a while now:

    tonebender modded muff with midcontrol and clean blend and boost function

    the fuzz must have regular sustain, tone and volume controls + a midcontrol to dial the scooped mids back in

    the clean signal must be equiped with volume and tone controls: so I could set the fuzz trebly and cut some highs from the clean signal to keep it overall a little clearer

    the boost comes before the fuzz signal and consists of a lowmidboost control, a highmidboost control to sculpt the gain as I like and an octave up with control to fill some more space when the guitars dual
    when the boost is engaged there must come an extra volume knob after the fuzz to control the volumeboost of all the added mids


    mid, tone, gain and octave up controls have to be kept on the inside of the pedal: set it once, fogetaboudit! On the outside: clean volume, fuzz volume, boosted fuzz volume

    also a mono/dry output and a wet output 'cause I'm getting a hiwatt clone, I would run wet into the brilliant channel and dry in the normal channel
     
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