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Do you own any TC Electronic pedals?

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Richie Cunningham, Feb 16, 2021.

Do you own any TC Electronic pedals?

  1. None.

  2. I have one.

  3. Two.

  4. Three.

  5. Four.

  6. Five.

  7. More than five.

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  1. Richie Cunningham

    Richie Cunningham Tele-Afflicted

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    Yeah, a frickin’ Wiretap and a Ditto count. So does a Plethora.
     
  2. blue17

    blue17 Tele-Meister

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    Love my Spark Mini and polytune 3, but I wish the pedals had more "click" to them
     
  3. DavidP

    DavidP Friend of Leo's

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    Spark and Flashback (v.1). Waiting on a Ditto+ order, so my total is 2 at present!
     
  4. JuneauMike

    JuneauMike Poster Extraordinaire

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    Yep. They seem like toys. But I generally like the ones I have. They just lack that cool factor.
     
  5. Axegrinder77

    Axegrinder77 Tele-Afflicted Ad Free Member

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    Polytune noir - great. And a spark booster on order ($49 Sweetwater deal).

    Had a ditto - ok, a flashback - pretty good, and hof mini - pretty good.

    No issues with TC pedals. Analogue dry through, true bypass (some with switchable buffer). They seem pretty well made. And they sound pretty good imo.
     
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  6. Richie Cunningham

    Richie Cunningham Tele-Afflicted

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    Thanks for reminding me that I have a Spark Mini. It’s a good little pedal.
     
  7. Musekatcher

    Musekatcher Friend of Leo's

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    I've got a Mic Mechanic (good slap back), and a Harmony Singer for dual solo lines, didn't work like I'd hoped.
     
  8. BorderRadio

    BorderRadio Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    Ditto
    Ditto stereo
    Flashback
    Polytune mini noir

    Don't own anything but the tuner now. The switch went out on my Flashback years ago and never really went back.
     
  9. Dan German

    Dan German Doctor of Teleocity

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    No, but I've sold several pedals lately, and TC are pretty affordable, so I'll probably end up with at least one when I start regretting the sales.
     
  10. DDickens

    DDickens Tele-Meister

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    I have a ditto that I got as a “stocking stuffer.” Great stocking stuffer. Simple, fun, easy-to-mess-with pedal—no permanent place on the board. Not really “under-the-tree-material.”
     
  11. 11 Gauge

    11 Gauge Doctor of Teleocity

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    I've got a HOF 2 and a Polytune.

    HOF 2 suits my reverb needs perfectly. I picked up the Polytune used. It's probably overkill for my needs, but is admittedly better than my mini tuner or my Snarks.
     
  12. bgmacaw

    bgmacaw Poster Extraordinaire

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    I have a June 60 Chorus. Rather limited but sounds good.
     
  13. srblue5

    srblue5 Tele-Holic

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    I have a TC Rusty Fuzz. I don’t use fuzz very often but when I do, the Rusty Fuzz seems to tick all the boxes for me.
     
  14. Hari Seldon

    Hari Seldon Tele-Meister

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    Yes, even if they are no more that absolute high end thing like they used to be. I have none of the new pedals since their Behringer ownership.

    2 polytune
    2 ditto
    1 ditto+
    1 polytune clip
    1 nova delay
    2 spark (big one)
     
  15. blowtorch

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    Spark eroute, I own a Dark Matter, and I'd like to try a Rusty Fuzz.
    Seems a must own more than just the DM, though.
    Oh that's right, I've a Polytune clip on and an Unitune also
     
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  16. Old Deaf Roadie

    Old Deaf Roadie Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Polytune 3 & a Tube Pilot on my board. I have been using TC products in my pro audio rig for years until we went digital at FOH & monitor world.
     
  17. Edgar Allan Presley

    Edgar Allan Presley Friend of Leo's

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    A Hall of Fame (first version), a Ditto with two buttons, and an early Polytune. I like the Hall of Fame and the Ditto. I don't love the Polytune because the polyphonic mode isn't very accurate for some reason, but it works fine for tuning single strings. The Polytune isn't worth enough to sell, not bad enough to replace.
     
  18. wulfenganck

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    I still have a Nova Delay and the Dark Matter. Both are on my back-up pedalboard back at home.
    I like both, but I prefer a different delay and a different overdrive for my main board.
    I used to have the Nova Modulation, nice effects, but simply to many options to change something on the spot (and I usually do read manuals and take my time to explore a pedal). I sold it.
    I'm sometimes tempted by the Sub n Up octaver, but I already have octaver-pedals.
     
  19. Sequimite

    Sequimite Tele-Meister Ad Free Member

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    Oops, I checked 5 but forgot about my Nova stuff: Reverb, Delay, Modulator and System. That's 9 in total.
     
  20. Grandy

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    I have two T2s, Sub'n'Up, Helix and a Polytune that I've never used. I like'em. It's a shame the shops around here don't have them. I would propably have more of them. Recently I've been thinking about getting the Brainwaves.
     
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