Bought a new pedal from a new builder...Creation Audio Labs...

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  1. The Gainster

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    I bought it at the guitar show this weekend and was told I got the first one outside of Namm.

    The logo is cut thru and backlit.
     
  3. theelectic

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    Not even single coil hum? That's got to mean a built in gate of some sort.
     
  4. Franklin

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    Cool looking for sure!
     
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    $225, not including the chrome polish.
     
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    I wish more builders did a tour box. So many boosts to be had.
     
  8. Big Bob

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    Clever Bible reference. Still I'd rather have a nekkid lady on my stomp boxes....:rotflmao

    Bob
     
  9. bullet69

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    thats a cool looking pedal
     
  10. Phil M

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    $225 for a single knob clean boost pedal... Have you compared this to pedals like the Bad Bob or the TC Jauernig Luxury Drive?
     
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    $225, isnt the time machine booster around this price? if is i would rather have than than this. Just on features, and keeley is well know.

    Aj
     
  12. hemlock

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    Wonder how it sounds with a Warrior guitar?
     
  13. PaulC

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    I've known those guys for a couple of years. Creation audio is a pro shop in Nashville, and alot of the big studios and engineers use them for service. If I'm not mistaken (happens alot...) I believe the engineer at creation was a designer for soundcraft. Dude knows his stuff, and they'd be the guys to be able to get hi-end audio quality in pedals. I've not heard this pedal, but I know a couple of guys that have and they're very impressed by it. The redemmer buffer is also very cool - I have heard that.

    BTW on their site they have a list of players using their stuff. My old guitar teacher, Stan Lassiter, is listed. That guy is insane - my fav guitar player. He's really out in left field, but a true master of guitar.

    Later, PaulC
    Tim & timmy pedals/Heritage amps
     
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    I wish they'd put out the Redeemer in pedal form.
     
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    I got a demo of this box at NAMM. It is a real hi-fi clean boost, adds a lot of punch. It's dead quiet too. I asked a lot of questions about how they did that, and was told that it was something to do with connections at the back end of the switch, not the front end.
     
  16. theelectic

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    Dead quiet in the sense that it doesn't add or amplify any noise? Does it cut single coil hum?
     
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    It adds no noise of its own, only if the amp is really cranked loud will you hear any white noise. The switching is totally silent, and it's true bypass. The test guitar they had was a Strat, and I don't remember any annoying hum. Of course, it's NAMM - hum like that will be hard to hear in a room that noisey to begin with.
     
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    a boost is just an amplifer. unless there is a noise gate in this thing, there's no way to cut out single coil hum. and even a noise gate doesn't do that... it just cut it out when you're not playing!
     

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