Hungry Robot - The Wardenclyffe

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  1. abunchofpedals

    abunchofpedals Tele-Meister

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    This is the third pedal I've had from Hungry Robot and they've all be really cool. This one is a serious modulation machine with a built in reverb pad with a huge decay time. It goes from subtle (my favorite) to totally bonkers in a flash. There's a HPF and LPF which makes it really easy to dial in specific sounds. By favorite part about it is the "Glitch" modulation mode. It's unlike the regular sine wave modulation mode in that it's way more random. Sounds sweet though.

    What do ya'll think about Hungry Robot, got any of their pedals?


     
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    JustABluesGuy Friend of Leo's

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    Cool pedal, but the guitar sounded slightly out of tune to me, and the effect seemed to emphasize it.
     
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    abunchofpedals Tele-Meister

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    Weird, I always tune up before recording but I guess I could have forgotten. You got some good ears my friend :)
     
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    JustABluesGuy Friend of Leo's

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    I don’t know about that. I could just be imagining it! :)
     
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    abunchofpedals Tele-Meister

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    I'll make double sure next time :)
     
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