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Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by Lunchie, Mar 2, 2013.
No. The tc is the only color object in the pic. Made the rest b/w.
I've been wanting a reverb pedal for quite some time and finally pulled the trigger on a Hall Of Fame. I dig it.
I have two clip on Polytunes.
Though I no longer own one, I'm a big fan of the "Eric Johnson" chorus pedal.
I had a Nova System for awhile but sold it. Currently own a Flashback and a clipon polytune.
I have a TC Hall of Fame, a Ditto Looper, a Flashback X2, and a Hyper Gravity. They are my only pedals.
Just added a Mojo mojo to the mix.
A question regarding toneprints. I have a HOF mini with a toneprint loaded that I like just fine. The problem is that I don't remember which one it is. I'd like to experiment with other toneprints but if I don't find one I like, I'll want to go back to the one that is currently loaded. As I said though, I can't remember which one it is. Is there a way to tell before I overwrite it with something else?
Hof mini and flashback mini in the loop, and mojo mojo and dark matter in front of the amp. All the tones I need.
Add it to favourites on the app.
I have a love/hate relationship with a lot of the TC Electronic products. They have an interesting product list, and I enjoy Tore's promotions and the passion they put into their stuff. They also tend to pack a lot of value into their products, moreso than similarly-priced competition. On the negative side, they used a bypass switch that I probably wouldn't want on a $30 pedal for awhile, and I think only recently switched to that vacuum/soft switch design. I appreciate that they offer a lot of budget products, but that Smorgasboard 13-pedal lineup I had a lot of hope for was mostly disappointing (IMO).
The (sometimes) friendly fanatics at that other gear site that likes to suggest ways to spend money alerted me to a $129 sale on the old Nova Delay ND-1 through Adorama:
Kind of a weird online shop, but they quickly processed and shipped my order, which should be arriving today! I was aware of the Nova series, but kind of dismissed it as "dated". Actually, the ND-1 has a very interesting combination of features and more control over those features then they allow with their current Flashback compact pedals. They put a lot of emphasis on TonePrint, but that's a closed ecosystem, rather than an open community for user-developed content.
I think the ND-1 Nova Delay has been available for over 10 years, so even though it's a bit large (but not "Strymon-large") and requires its own 12V power supply, it has a pretty impressive assortment of multi-delay, stereo output, modulation, and delay variety (basically a character knob that morphs from pure digital to analog to tape delay). But it also has two things my compact Flashback Delay (again, the newer product) does not have: (1) precise tempo setting with LED read-out for milliseconds or BPM; (2) up to 9 storeable presets. I'm hopeful about it, but will hold on to my V1 Flashback Delay and decide which one to keep.
I had the Nova Delay for a couple of years on my main board, until I replaced it with a T-Rex Reptile and a Red Panda Raster. The TC is a great and versatile delay - the reverse delay is superb and the color-control is excellent.
But the Reptile has the warmer tone and better modulation and the Raster offers some wild sounds like nothing else.
The Nova Delay still sits on my session-board, I'll never sell it!