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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Peegoo, Oct 26, 2021.
Pedal designers beware: Roadie is in the game lol
I want a "breathe" pedal that'll compensate when I play my poly guitars.
I'd like a rocker-type pedal that accommodates two different effects for heel and toe positions.
You could have a gated fuzz at the toe position and a filter effect at the toe for example, and blend the two as you move the treadle.
Maybe something like this exists?
A Tech21 Flyrig or similar that's specifically geared towards country music. It would have a Compressor, Overdrive, Effects Loop (for inserting a volume pedal), Phaser, Analog Delay, Spring Reverb and a tuner. All of the pedals that I've seen in this format have always been geared towards Rock or Blues Rock. Personally I'm tired of this marketing strategy.
I would like to build a Fuzzphase (a silicon Fuzz Face and a Phase 45 in a Tonebender III style enclosure)
That is awsome!
"Roaarrr roa roa roaaaarrrrooahrr.."
In all seriousness, a harmonic/overtone equalizer. Instead of equalizing frequencies, it equalizes the overtones. In the natural scheme of overtones, there's that one that's naturally out of tune. Cut that overtone and you'll really have a great tone.
Or, if you want to sound nasty, emphasize that one.
It's that 6th overtone, 7th partial.
It might make a solid-state amp sound like it has tubes. Just cleaner.
Please, pedalmakers: A delay + phase/vibe.
Analog-voiced. Ramp (or slam) switch.
Order switchable, or the phase/vibe can be applied to the repeats.
SolidgoldFX Electroman Vibe. I'd buy that so fast. . .
I honestly don't understand why chorus is the only effect ever offered as the modulation in a delay pedal. I mean, I get it - an easy way to make tapey sounds. And that has its place. But let's progress a little, shall we? I had a Walrus D1 recently - there was so much to tweak on that thing. But chorus only. DD-500? DD-200? I've read the manuals; phase doesn't appear to be an option. I'm stuck with a phase 95 in a delay's effects loop (which is cumbersome and noisy).
I had this once and let it get away:
Delay & Phase 45 2 in 1 - YouTube
I got reely excited about Keely's new Ecco pedal - before it was announced, a prototype was at NAMM and someone covering it said it was delay+phase. But, alas, it's delay+flange. NOT the same.
I want the truly transparent OD which doesn’t change your sound at all whether engage or not. I’d pay $$$$$ and wait 10 years.
I want to make this - I'll just take the cover off a 10-band EQ, set the sliders, pull the levers off and goop it, and put a re-branded cover with one knob on it.
When someone removes the goop they'll find my secret EQ settings.
"Flat across the board? What the..."
I’d like a single ended hum pedal. We could call it the “White Noise”.
I want a looper with different ocean waves crashing built-in for background. “Surfin’ Looper”.
There is no reason there is not a guitar to MIDI signal pedal. Instant seller.
Get out of my heaaaaaaaaad!
You can do that with a good parametric EQ, but one that does it automatically via selection of a specific partial would be cool.
The reason a simple pedal like this doesn't exist is because consistent note tracking of all six strings within a single signal path is extremely problematic. You can do it with a MIDI box but you need to install a hex pickup on the guitar that creates a discrete signal from each string.
How about a backorder dissatisfaction pedal?
Settings for degrees of angry irate tone include:
Container ship delayed
NOS supply diminished
UPS / Fed Ex delays
Don Mare dared to take time off
Not truly made in USA
It seems doable, because my TC Electronics Polytune tuner, seems like it can take that strum of all six strings and that chord comes right up. However, this is way beyond my comprehension from a circuit standpoint.
How about a youtubetone pedal?
Guaranteed to make your gear sound like the demo.
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Multi Channel Parallel Universe Mixer
1) Can dial my physical age (in years)
2) Can dial current decade
3) Can dial how experienced I'm as a player (in years)
I would certainly buy a pedal that allowed me to tweak my arthritis settings.
Well, let's see what Peegoo can deliver..