One day this greasy looking punk from norms is playing some vintage guitar on Instagram. Next thing you know, he's threatening everyone not to copy something. Can't wait until someone kicks this punks ass. Going to have to have a chat with norm.
I guess I lucked out, in that about a year or two ago, I got four pedals from him, with no more than about 2 -3 seeks delivery time, including a couple of Tonebenders. This was after many warnings that he was on some serious delays for delivering. I'd say that if you can, you should use your...
Here's another clip with the BA Low Volt, rhythm is gtr to Screamin Blues to Echorec to dual microverbs in reverse serial, to ditto looper.
Solo is same, but Low Volt is switched in between verb1 and verb2, and verbs are switched from reverse to lowest gate setting.
Loving the BA Low Volt, and mine is a killer Orange color! The first clip is when I still had my dual microverbs both set on reverse reverb. Probably not the greatest showcase of the Low Volt, but once plugged in, I couldn't stop noodling soundtrack type washy reverb sounds:
So here is the...
My beef with most Mk I's are that the builders can't not "enhance" the design. The Mk 1's did not have much sustain, and most builders try to dial that in, smooth them out, compress/limit them, add tone controls, which eventually sucks the life out of it.
Had the lysis for 2 days, it is all the videos show, but the range of sounds from the 4 knobs and 4 switches take a lot of dialing in, as many of the controls are interactive and depend on what another switch is set at. The base fuzz sound is ok, the octave down is mostly present and kind of...
Another one with Marqwon and Freqout, added Echorec. rhythm uses Marqwon normal toggle, high cut and fuzz backed off. Lead I flipped fat switch on, and upped the fuzz and high gain CW, but not maxed. Rhythm uses freqout normal low, lead is freqout normal high.
I have one build, a mk 1.5 DIY that uses AC128s, but they don't look like that, they are skinnier, taller, and shinier. Those look older, duller and shorter, but vintagey. Be sure to save the leaky ones, I think there are some circuits that they sound good in, buzzaround?