Alexander Marshmallow Pitch Shifter

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  1. The Holy Drinker

    The Holy Drinker Member

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    New pitch shifter pedal from Alexander.

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  2. Tri Pedal Reviews

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    Really dig the tones MH was getting starting around 9:52
     
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  3. your name here

    your name here Supporting Member

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    Man. Who’s doing the graphic design on these things? Cool tones, awesome innovative company in general, but dang. :barf
     
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  4. DisasterArea

    DisasterArea Owner, Disaster Area Designs and Alexander Pedals

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    I like how the vomit comes out of the little guy's nose, too. That's gonna burn.
     
  5. Tri Pedal Reviews

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    Funny enough, I've already seen comments of people who would buy it for the design alone. :dunno :beer
     
  6. DisasterArea

    DisasterArea Owner, Disaster Area Designs and Alexander Pedals

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    I knew this one would be polarizing. Lots of people who love the design, lots who hate it. The design was my idea, executed by the same guy who did the Space Race, Radical Delay DX, Hot Pink, and the "Castlevania" themed Syntax Error. It turned out exactly the way I wanted, and I'm just sad that we didn't make more pink ones.

    I figure that as long as it sounds good and is fun to play, it'll work out okay.
     
  7. mikeyfam

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    I love the graphic...reminds me of all the pastry beer cans coming out these days.
     
  8. Tri Pedal Reviews

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    I dig it, reminds me of Super Mario 2, or NES era games.
     
  9. DisasterArea

    DisasterArea Owner, Disaster Area Designs and Alexander Pedals

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    Sure, that tracks. I was going for Cap'n Crunch or Boo Berry more than anything.
     
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  10. GLinks

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    Oh no, this speaks to my love of Saturday morning cartoons from 5 am to almost noon when I was a kid (70s-80s) as well as my love of making seemingly controlled chaotic freaky sounds.

    I bend the knee....
     
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    haha check this album out if you haven't already

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturday_Morning:_Cartoons'_Greatest_Hits
     
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  12. GLinks

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    I should have mentioned that BooBerry, Cap’N Crunch, and Honeycombs were my favorites. I used to get up before the “broadcast signal” began and would climb upon to the counter, get my breakfast cereal and turn on the tv when there was still snow on the tube, waiting on Tennessee Tuxedo and Rocky & Bullwinkle to begin.

    Haha, I remember listening to this with friends when it came out. Thanks, I had would have totally forgotten about this!
     
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  13. DisasterArea

    DisasterArea Owner, Disaster Area Designs and Alexander Pedals

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    :aok
     
  14. guitarslinger21

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    Definitely looks like yoshi’s cookie. Marshmallow should look more like kirby though.

    I love the graphics, not sure I could use this for anything though. :lol:
     
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    promise to listen to the clips of this pedal so as not to be completely silly and out of respect to the maker but until then yeah Cap'n Crunch was my thing in a big way baby and then when they came out with crunchberries holy sh*t ... still eat the Cap'n Crunch, had some last week, but now I do the lactose-free milk ... I really dig the Special K and the Rice Krispies the most ... Quisp over Quake ... they're big on Honey Nut Cheerios up in here but mostly I try to stay virtuous with the Special K and the occasional Weetabix when I get into a Marshall amps mood ... Special K when I'm into the sound of silverface Fenders, Weetabix when I need the British sound, and Grape-Nuts when I'm playing the old Silvertone
     
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  16. p.j.

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    Who doesn't like marshmallow?!! Well done!
     
  17. DisasterArea

    DisasterArea Owner, Disaster Area Designs and Alexander Pedals

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    Not everyone likes Simon's style but this is for the more adventurous souls out there:

     
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    Does the Dyna setting anything to do with a Zappa-style DynaFlanger?
     
  19. 3waytie4last

    3waytie4last Unfluencer Gold Supporting Member

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    I’m not sure that I want one, but it’s friggin adorable. Reminds me of Homestar Runner.
     

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