Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Takk, Sep 24, 2016.
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I love Nik's stuff, I had the Tweed Twin and now have an OTS
I wonder if he's gonna go with the 'centaur holding a strat' graphic?
Love "Game of Klones". No idea about Klons or any other of this stuff. Just really enjoyed the name.
Hmmmm, I could get into that. I think they are about the best thing going fwiw.
Mmmmm.. I want one!
Where can I order?
Love the enclosure. Looks like the real deal
Yeah, i have to say, i am kind of interested just for the enclosure. I actually haven't got a klone, myself.
Anyone know what the price will be?
This definitely looks good!
Shoot a email to firstname.lastname@example.org for price and release date.
Thanks Takk! I actually joined Instagram just to keep an eye on this!
just what TGP needed. another klone.
No, just what I needed!
If it's anywhere near his amps builds, it's got my attention. Awaiting to be put on the list; plus the enclosure already has me stoked.
Same here. Nothing I need, but depending on the price, I'm still curious.
Wonder how they came up with the enclosure? What ellsworthman says. Depends on price! I'm very interested!
People seem to love the enclosure. Does this somehow guarantee great tones? If so, why don't all pedals use this enclosure?
To me all that matters is if it sounds great. Making it look like the original, to me, isn't a positive selling point only because I know it's not. Like a kit car that looks just like an AC Cobra, yeah it looks cool...but it's not a real AC Cobra. Kit car may be faster, and all, but it's still not the original.
What is the importance of it looking the same in your opinions? If it looks the same but sounds terrible will it sell? If it looks different but sounds great will it sell?