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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by blowtorch, Apr 14, 2021.
it's made for bass
Anyone use one with guitar?
how do I not own this pedal, yknow?
Not the same thing.
It has an on/off switch.
Congrats on your new signature series.
BUT!.....it's for BASS!
Don't you worry the Pedal Police will come calling?
Oh oh. Whatever you got, you probably should seek medical help.
Have you taken your temperature today?
It seems you guys are missing the point of this thread
1) I don't own the pedal. Somehow there seems to be some assumptions made that I do
2) I'm curious whether anyone has used one for guitar.
One of my favorite fuzz pedals is technically a bass fuzz. I wouldn't hesitate for a minute to buy this if you just want to see your name on your pedalboard. Haha.
I think they owe you a royalty.
I mean... it has a torch switch. Who can still pretend nowadays that a torch is ostentatious???
I think no one would argue with you if you did, but I personally have not.
I think you should get it anyway - I mean, who has a signature pedal and didn't know it?
I've known about this pedal for years, I've always just been curious about it, and I've always wondered if it sounds decent with guitar. I mean it's not just my name here, I founded a band named The Blowtorches- that's where my handle here came from
You finally got a pedal named after you!
Its for the bass
You can never win Blowtorch
Does Betty know?
I'm not too crazy over it being 18v
but it seems like some good guitar-based applications would be available- it seems pretty versatile
I kinda figured resistance was futile and it was inevitable, so what the heck
I'd just been hoping someone had tried it with a guitar
I have a personal problem with too much 250hz. And my favorite amp has just a hint too much - I'm always looking for interesting ways to cut some and add a little juju.
Please let us know what you think.
(just typing that made me smile a little)
Yeah I'll try to overcome my shy bashful and reserved nature and do that
Don't push the Torch button, it'll make Joan Crawford cry.