Finally Tc Electronic Toneprint Pedalboard

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  1. Thin white duke

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    Maybe worth looking at as long as you dont have to go online and connect
    this puppy for updates and loads, like one of their other ones.
     
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    Curious about the street price. I had used TC verbs, gates, & compressors in analog PA systems for years. I love how this new pedal seems to be tailored to reside in the amp effects loop, maybe just what I have been looking for.
     
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    I quite like the look of that.
     
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    Not bad 399 dollars...
     
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    Well i think it works like their Toneprint Pedals.....
     
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    Yes, i do like the look a lot too....
     
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    it's got cab sim. as well..
     
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    I'm in...but...I promised wifey no more guitar-amp-stomp purchases (or builds) until after our trip this autumn. On the other hand, I have gotten pretty good about walking back promises to sell my builds, and suspect I could do the same for this pedal.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol: You can make her happy and wait until autumn after the trip, i think it's even better because you can read some feedback and watch more videos which is always a good thing.....
     
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    I was waiting for this, however, after having THREE TC Toneprint pedals break on me, their QC no longer inspires confidence in the brand (and forget about customer service trying to get something repaired/replaced). TC used to be a great company, IDK what's happened to them.

    Alter Ego v2 died. Would not even talk to me w/o proof-of-purchase. OK, fine.

    The buffer in my Quintessence died, so it only works in true bypass mode now. Right around the same time, the same thing happened to my 2nd Alter Ego v2. Warranty or not, the failure rate has been unacceptable. The only other other company I had had these kinds of issues with is EHX, and I won't buy their crap anymore either. Too bad- I LOVE TC's stuff. Their delays are my favorites, and the Quintessence is a better harmonizer than the Boss PS-6... as long as it works... that's one good thing about Boss stuff. It's reliable. And can usually be replaced in a pinch at ANY music store.
     
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    I see what you mean, to be honest i've neved had problem with Tc products but haven't bought any of their pedals since they were "bought" by Behringer, not because of this but it just didn't happen.
    I agree, when you have some Boss product one thing that you really feel is the built quality, my Ms-3 give me the felling that won't let me down in the middle of a gig :):).
    EHX so and so, not as well built as Boss.
    But i always loved Tc products and this baby makes me wanna buy it....
     
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    Isn't that the point? Where else would the Toneprints come from? :D

    But 75 Toneprints for each of the five slots... that's huge. And the bonus being only one power supply - no expensive power blocks - that saves £100-150.
     
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    This looks pretty great on video. Would be real curious to try it
     
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    Yea, mega options. However, that download site, update, save..is a bunch a hooey and it kept crashing on me..before I could test a sample.

    So, maybe all better now, but, I guess I will keep with analog..for now..
     
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    Two words-Freakin' Behringer.
     
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    So true, i hate power supply and cables around....
     
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    Yes it does look great indeed...
     
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    IMO

    Street price for TC Electronics effects are $50.00. This X5 gadget gives you 5 effects which should equal $250.00.
    the noise gate is totally useless to me and most people. So, a $200.00 value for $400.00???? Hard pass.
     
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    From the site.

    Create and customize up to 127 custom boards with any combination of TonePrint pedals

    Store up to 75 TonePrints per FX for fast and easy recall


    FX include Hall Of Fame 2 Reverb, Flashback 2 Delay, Sub n Up Octaver, Brainwaves Pitch Shifter, Corona Chorus, Hypergravity Compressor, Mimiq Doubler, Vortex Flanger, Pipeline Tap Tremolo, Quintessence Harmony, Sentry Noise Gate, Shaker Vibrato

    Global speaker cab-sim for direct play with audio interface and PA systems

    MASH technology turns all 5 footswitches into expression controllers with customizable mapping

    Includes built-in UniTune chromatic tuner.

    I think it's worth more than enough, also where did you find the Flashback delay or the Hall Of Fame reverb and and the other effects for 50 dollars ?
    I can't find it....
     
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