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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by bluesholyman, Jan 26, 2021.
Jump to 4:25 if you want to just get into the weirdness....
Muad'dib melange Sand worms Fremen.....
“He who controls Spice, controls the universe!”
You're right, that thing is pretty cool. I have no use for it and I want it.
The only player that could make use of that pedal in a way that doesn't sound like utter nonsense would be Adrian Belew.
I had been wanting the Boss SY-1, just for some cool octave and synthy effects, but then it came with all the other sounds I felt like I'd never use.
This seems to be a great option instead...
I think it depends on context. In my original band, I'm sometimes providing atmosphere or noise. I would love to have this thing and will probably buy one.
Vacation on Arrakis! Nice one.
Sand worm thumpin' blues....
I could see Jack White going to town with this pedal...
There's two things I like, a non electrified guitar, or an electric guitar play through a one knob Tube amplifier.
Cool. Glad you found what works for you.
But honestly, what does that have to do with a thread about a weird and musical effect pedal?
I was thinking Nels Cline could use it too.
The guys from Radiohead.
Long list actually.
I was being hyperbolic, lads.
Nonetheless, it's fun to name folks who would make cool use of the effect.
As an aside, I own none of their pedals. And from afar, it seemed like he might have made some questionable decisions/missteps with circuits early on. But over time he seems to have swung the other way to transparency (showing gut shots on web page for pedals). And he's actually kind funny and gracious about other builders/circuits on his podcast series. As ever, I really have no idea what he's like. Other than TALL. He happened to walk into my favorite local shop a few years ago on a cold call to introduce his pedals to them. Nice guy in that interaction and clearly a guitar/amp/pedal geek.
The internet is so hard...
I am wondering if it works best when used without rhythm ??
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