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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by bluesholyman, May 13, 2021.
Dang. I am days away from ordering a Browne Protein. But maybe I need to think about this. Wampler is great. I have a Tumnus and a Pantheon and a Plexi because you can’t have too many dirt pedals. This seems like a good fit.
Edited to clarify that this is the living Andy Wood, not the deceased one some of y’all remember. Although that would be cool to collaborate with a ggghost.
Also edit to say Brian Wampler understands EQ, that is why his pedals are so versatile. That’s why they work on so many instruments. Understanding EQ puts Wampmer in about 2% of pedal builders.
I just recently watched the TPS show on dual drives which included the KoT, Protein, Gladiator, and the Duellist....Dual pedals seem to be more of a thing now but I don't quite get the appeal of 2-for-1, besides the inherent obvious, but it still takes up 2 spaces.
Having two pedals properly tuned to work with each other does seem to be a good reason, especially if they otherwise would not play as well together.
I personally am still not sold on dual pedals...
See? This is why I have so many pedals.
Evey one I've tried has been a compromise/disappointment in one way or another.
Me either. I could see if someone already loved both sides of the dual drive, and if they were reversable.
I have a few OD and Distortion pedals that I already like, and I can stack them in multiple configurations, rather than in just one or two fixed options. I’m not knocking them, but I just don’t see it being too useful for me.
I like it. I'm currently stacking a SD-9 into an Ethos TLE, so I am definitely into having a two in one pedal. Coolest feature to me is the built in noise gate. I wonder how differently it operates than something like a Decimator.