The Basic Audio Shore Bird sounds great in the demos, but I haven't played one personally.
You might want to check out the VFE Alpha Dog with "Glass" option. It's supposed to be a smoother low-gain RAT type thing. I haven't found any demos of that option though. VFE's build quality is near...
I'm not exactly sure what particulars you are looking for in a trem, but I bought a
Zvex Sonar and have never looked back. It does the softer watery trem and hard chop really well. Goes super fast or slow and built in Machine distortion means it works well in frony of fuzz or dirty amps, as...
Maybe I'm "just sensitive" or something
but the whole idea is rather...well, repulsive.
I understand the businessman's model and all that I
just don't don't think it's a good model.
I dunno. If I imagine myself saying it,or posting
that advertisement, I feel slightly sick.
I own an EHX Deluxe Memory Boy. It does a good, dark, analog delay that's digitally controlled. It's got tap tempo and subdivisions and modulation which can be dialed in or out. In the loop I've been running some sort of flange or vibrato to get a warbling broken-ish tape echo sound.
Rowland S Howard
This was actually a difficult task. I spent some adding names and deleting others while considering who was most influential. I think this is pretty accurate.
Mike Patton is a more versatile, creative vocalist, songwriter and musician. I much prefer his work with Fantomas or Moonchild Trio to Mr. Bungle. But I still prefer Mr. Bungle to RHCP.
As a side note, years ago I first heard Freaky Styley and really enjoyed Hillel Slovak's method of...
George. Listening to ATMP as an album from start to finish, it feels complete.
Holistic? may be the word I'm looking for, like there's a whole story there or the reflection of a whole human being. I dunno, guess that's kinda goofy..
Even if you count Wonderwall I'd still put it higher than...
I actually prefer the Parker headstock over almost anything else. Both the old and new version. I didn't think I would, but once I started playing the instrument the whole thing just seemed to melt into my hands like some sort of ergonomically-conforming uh, thing.