SA True Spring does sound pretty great. I wish they would have opted to keep the dry signal analog, though. Yes, yes, I know, no one can probably hear the difference, but it bothers me. I assume it's this way to allow the trem as an added feature.
I just bought the Bassman pack for my Iridium. It’s my very first purchase of IRs ever. They sound great, but I’m a bit overwhelmed with all the choices.
My tastes tend to run towards pre-rock, roots/rockabilly tones, so I should probably start with the vintage condensers.
Sorry if this has been covered, but can you use your own IRs? I did a search through the thread for "IR", but didn't see an answer.
I actually don't own any IRs, except what is in my Iridium, but I have noticed that they can make a huge difference in how a model sounds. Yes, I know I'm being...
I had one many years ago. I have many of the same complaints as others seem to have.
The volume knob was too abrupt, so the amp was just too loud too quickly. It was a very cold, hard, sterile clean sound. I struggled to get the OD channel sounding good since the clean channel was so loud...
Coldcraft used to make a pedal like this with a great feature none of the others seem to have. With a switch inside, you can set the reverb to always be on. This way, you can turn just the delay on and off with the switch. It had an analog dry path, as well. I think it was discontinued a few...
I think this is one of the best OD pedals I’ve ever heard, but with its two switches so close together, and my huge clumsy feet and poor eye-sight, I’d be accidentally “gain cycling” it all night on a gig.
I honestly don’t know. I haven’t had a chance to play it loud. No gigs since I bought it because of the current situation. Sorry. It’s pretty lively unplugged, so I could see it being a problem.
There is a video somewhere of someone talking about this potential issue and playing it loud at...
Reading the OP again, I realize that most of the ones we are suggesting aren’t smaller than the Strymons, or they require scrolling.
I’m not aware of a small-ish Delay with presets that doesn’t require scrolling.
It’s fancy-speak for turning on another overdrive pedal.
In the last several years, the pedal-fetish world has incorporated a lot of official sounding pedal-related terminology.
Complementary(usually spelled “complimentary”) pedals
Pedal platform amp
A simplified Alexander Quadrant. One footswitch, just two presets, and no modulation. Hit the switch for on/off. Hold the switch for A/B.
I suspect that in a digital pedal like this that taking features away probably doesn’t change much inside, or reduce the cost of an already very...