I have the mono version. It's a great pedal I use the shimmer about haft the time it's on. I use it for big, washy reverbs most of the time but I used it on acoustic guitar this weekend and it was really nice.
With that said, I wish I had spent the extra money and bought the stereo version...
I ran into similar issues with my EQD Dispatch Master. I loved the sound but I wanted trails.
I bought one of these: http://this1smyne.com/shop/mtb-mini-true-bypass-box/
and chose the "Standard MTB with trails and toggle" option. It solved the problem.
I know others have had issues with...
I received mine today. I paid $43.24 after 10% coupon and shipping from Tomtop
It took 18 days to get it. If you're not in a hurry it's a pretty good deal.
I've used the behringer. It's totally usable after you program it to work with Ableton. A little clunky but it will work.
I ended up getting a Looptimus. looptimus.com
It works straight out of the box but it's not cheap at $299.
How are you planning on using the controller?
I've had the CS7 about a week and a half. All of the outlets are working fine and like Fndrbndr I am also using with a right-angle power cord and it fits nice and snug.
I followed this thread as it developed as I was looking for a new power supply and it seemed like it would suit me and my...
I've had the seraphim for around 10 months now and I use it after delay (timeline). Both the shimmer and wet reverb sound great. I agree with the others that you should get the stereo version. I got the mono version and I will eventually sell it to get the stereo version.
I mostly play electric but have been playing enough acoustic to set my board up to handle both.
Signal chain goes like this:
Tuner > compressor > volume pedal > boss ls-2 (to split signal) acoustic to Baggs para DI to sound board, electric goes to OD > delay > verb > amp.
I've tried two different versions of the Hotcake. An older pre-bluesberry version and the current version with the internal switch. I noticed the sputtery decay with both. After the repeated recommendations of this pedal for use with an AC30 I was really hoping it would work out for me but I...
One OD and a boost (or OD set up to boost) into clean amp. Not really looking to "nail" the tones of other people's songs we play. Just trying to get some good sounds and trying to capture the vibe of the songs.
I've used the head version into the Red Fang in my ac30. I don't like the dirty channel but I will agree with the others that the clean channel sounds good and takes pedals well. I like it with both sets of power tubes mixed equally. With just the el84s it has some voxy qualities but it's...
I bought an Egnater Rebel 30 for my church. Has 6v6 and el84 tubes which can be used separately or blended. Speaker sim out. Sounds good. I prefer my AC30 but I would have no problems using the Rebel if that was my only choice.
According to Premier Guitar
"Walrus Audio's new Descent reverb goes from lush, dreamy soundscapes to twisted and trippy. Modes include hall, reverse, and shimmer, and -1 and +1 knobs add low and high octaves to the reverberations. There are three available presets, plus manual mode. Jacks...