This is one of the coolest pedal of the last few years

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  1. Thin white duke

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    I know that pedal, yes really awesome too, the problem with this kind of pedals is that you can make some really great sounds but in a live situation you can only have one, they should find a way to do some presets like the Pog 2, i have the E.H.X Ring Thing and i love it so much but i probably would never keep it without the possibility of storing some presets, unless you want one specific sound and that's it, with the ring thing it would be a shame because it can do many different and beautiful sounds.
    I would have bought the E.H.X Micro Synth as well if it could do some presets.
     
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    You mean kind of like Emerson, Lake and Palmer did?
     
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    I have the Roland Gr20. It's an older version (they are up to GR55 now) but still very cool and you can pick them up for cheap. Only drawback to these other units above is that you need the specialized Roland GK3 pickup on your guitar.
     
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    Hi, i use to to have the Roland Gr 33 with a Godin guitar with the hexaphonic pickup installed, i really liked some of the sounds in it, i remember the organ was really cool but there are a lot of sounds that i didn't like and also the latency was very annoying, i think that now it's an old technology but Roland once again did something very innovative with those machines, if ihad to buy somenthing like the Gr i would go for the fishman triple play right now.
     
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    Thin White Duke , watch your profile pic sir....... a little close to mine........ don’t want no trouble ..........
    ;-)
     
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    Ahah, there is another guy that has Bogey as avatar, he said that it's a good thing, never enough Humphrey, is there any problem you ? otherwise i'll change it....
     
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    No man I’m fine, I agree with the other Bogart guy. There are enough great pics of Bogey for more.
    So what’s you favorite HB film?
     
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    Thanks man, i have to name two i'm sorry, i wouldn't know which one to pick, The Big Sleep and The Maltese Falcon, the man in those two movies... i don't know, you just can't beat him in this kind of movies, what a cool human being. ;););););)
    What's yours ? you can pick two as well....
     
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    Casablanca and The Left hand of God since I get two.
     
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    Ok, i haven't seen The left hand of God yet, Casablanca i love it too, i've watched it many times.
     
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    For me, it has little or no practical purpose.

    I'd still love to have one.
     
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    When your playing in a guitar based band, over the course of a gig things can start sounding the same no matter how talented you are. By the middle of the second set even great tone can get tired. I like to bust out something completely different sounding for one song or solo to break up the monotony.

    It's like a pitcher who all of a sudden drops down and throws sidearm and you're like, wait what? This pedal would be great in that role. A little pricey for a once a nighter but ultra cool nonetheless.

    Lately I've been using EH B9 in this role to play "keys" for one song.
     
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    --- I like to bust out something completely different sounding for one song or solo to break up the monotony---
    Me too man, i love to do it with some ring modulator sometimes, just for a short time.

    ----A little pricey for a once a nighter but ultra cool nonetheless.----
    True.

    ---Lately I've been using EH B9 in this role to play "keys" for one song.--
    The B9 is another cool one, i love my E.H.X. Ring Thing, what a great brand, it's one pedal that i can't get rid of, just great...
     
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    Hilarious - infected me instantly to search Youtube for some lost 80s memories.......
     
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    When I saw this thread title, I was thinking, is it the Enzo:)
    Sounds amazing, would love one some day!
     
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    ;););););)

    -----would love one some day----
    Me too, at least i i would try one, it's not going to be easy to find a shop where they have it in stock, at least here in Italy....:(:(:(
     
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    I have the Line6 Filter Modeler which one of the Meris people did the coding for. It is a great pedal but only mono in its synth patches. I am looking forward to checking the Enzo out.
     
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    I have the line 6 m9 and i use to have the filter modeler, the m9 it's a great multieffect, some synth are very nice but very hard to use, some of them really need a compressor after, the Enzo is another level i think, plus is polyphonic..
     
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    Just when I thought I had finally gotten over gear acquisition syndrome…
     
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    :):):):):) It's a neverending story with pedals, damn......
     
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