Anyone played the Scarab Deluxe and the Ramble FX Twin Bender?

la noise

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Modern Silicon loaded take on a Tonebender = Scarab Deluxe

More vintage sounding Ge-loaded take on a Tonebender = Ramble Fx

If you like tighter and more modern go with the SD.

If you like looser and more vintage sounding go with the Ramble.

I also don't think TBs always make the best stackers.... :huh
 

jeffinaustin

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Modern Silicon loaded take on a Tonebender = Scarab Deluxe

More vintage sounding Ge-loaded take on a Tonebender = Ramble Fx

If you like tighter and more modern go with the SD.

If you like looser and more vintage sounding go with the Ramble.

I also don't think TBs always make the best stackers.... :huh
The Scarab stacks well in my experience. Could be because it's tighter as you said.
 

WhoJamFan

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I had both, preferred the Twin Bender for nailing 60s era fuzz tones. Unfortunately, it needs to be the first thing your guitar sees to work right, and using a wireless with it was useless.
Too bad, really dug the sound.
I can dial in just about any classic fuzz tone with my Amptweaker Tight Fuzz Pro, and thanks to the impedence matching circuitry in the front end of it, doesn't care if I use a wireless and/or place it after a buffered bypass pedal.
 




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