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Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by colchar, Mar 27, 2013.
the rp 1000 got a lot of good press from mike jackson former guitar player.
I'm in, too!
Hardwire Stereo Delay/Looper DL-8
Hardwire Stereo Phaser SP-7
Hardwire Stereo Tremolo/Rotary TR-7
Polara Stereo Reverb
I bought a CM-2 a month or so ago, was so impressed that when a TR-7 came up for sale locally I grabbed that one too
Bought a Trio Plus Band Creator + Looper. I'm still getting used to it, but it's a lot of fun for practicing. I'm hoping there might be some other Trio + users out there.
first the GNX1 than a GNX3 but it was huge, so went back to the GNX2
the GNX1 and 2 were used and had the known power supply problem.
some diodes in the pedal were bad and had to replace them all 4 to get them working again.
the 2 is still waiting for the moment i can replace some microswitches so i can program the unit by hand instead off pc
but these were great pedal, good idea and it would be a good thing that Digitech would make an updated version with the newest software and we can mix amps again ;-)
Ventura Vibe owner. The VV is one of the most underated pedals out there. Smooth gooey vintage vibe thing by turning the internal drive knob (like first notes of video) and it does a great Leslie rotary speaker thing. I use the Rotary setting mostly, the vintage setting on one tune and haven't found a use for the Modern setting yet. Great Vibe/Leslie!!! Highly recommend this one!!
Six years, 186 posts.....
...and I'm the first in with the RP6?
I love the SC2!
But hated the Hot Head.
I have two Bad Monkeys and a Multi Chorus.
Hardwire Stereo Reverb and an Obscura delay. Two of the best sounding pedals I own. I truly wish that the Obscura would go full-wet, because it would live in my recording rig as an outboard device - those algorithms are stellar.
The Hardwire is what got me to like reverb. The plate setting is just vast and beautiful. It inspired me to create a whole new act with a whole new sound - one where I don't actually use the pedal anymore, but you get the point.
I agree. I lean heavily on the Vintage setting, which is IMO a pretty underrated univibe sound. The Rotary setting is a great, too. Modern, not as much, but with some knob adjustments can be a workable chorus.
Very true. New discovery. Try that modern mode in a subtle Wet/Dry configuration!! Yuge!!!
Trio Plus owner here. It has been a great tool for practicing and working out new song ideas.
Earlier this year I bought a RP 360 just to have to jam with recordings. Since then I've used it for gigs and recording. I wish that it was still supported and there were upgrades available, but it does most of what I need it to do. I run it into my studio monitors and it sounds especially good through them.
My pedal collection has a Bad Monkey, Polara, Cm-2, and Obscura
Digidelay. 20 bucks used on CL. Solid as a Boss pedal and beats a DD7 with its REVERSE MODE..........
DL-8 Hardwire Delay - I love it.
My older Jamman pedal is big & heavy but it's a great tool.
I have a Trio I still haven't still haven't bonded with but I've barely used it and need spend some time with it.I
But my favorite piece of Digitech gear by far is my 90's Valve FX.
I have the Whammy 4 it is fun to noodle with
this is the best use of the pedal I have heard recorded
nice I like it!
Vocalist Live 4
I live just north of the company headquarters.
Is the Echo Park DigiTech?