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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by FreaqyFrequency, Apr 5, 2009.
Hmmm....I think we discussed it a bit before...in a NAMM thread? Looks neat.
Would have been awesome if Hendrix had one of these back in the day. I'm not a huge fan of the tones coming from it but the features are awesome.
There are so many effects you could say that of today. It's encouraging to think of.
This or the DD-20?
I actually can't wait to see this in stores... Seems like a nice alternative to an Eventide Delay...
im curious how the harmonies stack up against the pitchfactor
I don't think they will, and if I were to get this, it wouldn't be for that functionality. It does seem, however, that it will make a formidable foe to the Eventide TF, depending on the cost.
i still like the tc electronic
all those blinking lights seem distracting
I watched Pro Guitar Shop's demo today. Definitely some interesting features, and it appears that this thing can make some great textures. But I'm not into delays, so I'm GAS-free
Ya, I feel ya...I'm not into delay much at all anymore, though a nice little slapback can add a bit of texture sometimes. I'm quite happy to use the delay in my Zoom B2 if I ever need it, though.
Looping, OTOH, is something I'm thinking about getting into. Never did it before. Might be interesting, if somewhat limiting. How do you do chord changes on a looper?
I think Jimi's sound was perfect the way it was.
get a really long looper Jimmy, the DL8 is 20 seconds but I think the boss dd7 (?) goes up to 40...
I generally never loop more than 5 seconds or so though... just use it as a nice background riffage and then put layers or solo over it
The Boomerang lets you store different sections, eg verse/bridge/chorus. And the Boss RC20 / Digitech Jamman let you use an external footswitch to change loops.
Getting a dedicated looper would help, since you would have a longer looping time, and some of them you can have different loops as well. For example, the Boss RC-50 can have three loops going on, which I think you can either have all playing together or switch between them separately.
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for psychedelic 2-man drum and bass doom sludge stoner metal with lots of gain and stuff that thing would rule