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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Collin D Plonker, Sep 29, 2020.
This is a real product.
I don't know, man - it seems like a lot of them are in use, whether we can see 'em or not. . .
True bypass, right?
I'll pass, for sure!
All things must pass
I know a few harp players who could use these.
I always tell the sound guy to turn down the suck, turn up the talent.
I dunno, sometimes I'd like to be able to dial in a little "less suck" to my tone.
Can't see using the "more suck" much, though. Already maxed out on that. It would be kinda like driving at the speed of light, then turning the headlights on.
I prefer my Bobtronniks pedals, which all feature True No-bypass
If I plugged a microphone into the input jack and sung, there's no setting high enough that would allow my voice to pass through to the output jack.
When ya do a solo act, ain't nobody else to blame!
I think I must have one of those built into my guitar. I'll have to check under the pickguard.
As someone on the Offset Guitars forum once quipped - "It's a boost booster. It boosts your boost. It makes your sound much mucher".
The BLAZAR was designed to solve a problem musicans have been dealing with for years: Electronic noise invading your signal while you play. We at Spaceman have longed for a way to get rid of this tone-killing problem for years, and finally we have created the solution! The BLAZAR keeps your true tone pristine while you play, and any noise only occurs while you don't.