Cmatmods

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by ZeeBee, Jan 3, 2008.


  1. ZeeBee

    ZeeBee Member

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    Has anyone tried the CMATMODS pedals. I'm particularly interested to know any experience or comments regarding the "Deelay", the "Sigma compressor" and the "Ross-clone comp" ... all which are CMATMODS pedals.

    Please comment on the feel, tone, and noise (how quiet).

    Thanks all.
     
  2. MoPho

    MoPho International Man of Leisure Silver Supporting Member

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    A Deeelay just showed up on my doorstep from a really cool forum member. I also have a Maxon AD-900 and plan to use both. I've only played with it for a few minutes, but I like it. The one thing I noticed is that it doesn't do the delay trails when you shut it off. It is an analog-voiced digital delay so I was hoping the trails might be there, but not really a problem as I plan to keep this one on all the time for ambiance. AD-900 will act as the long delay for lead.

    For the price, I am very happy with it thus far. I've seen them on eBay directly from CMATmods for $135.
     
  3. fr8_trane

    fr8_trane Member

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    I've got a brownie on the way next week (I hope). I'll post a review.
     
  4. KeithC

    KeithC Silver Supporting Member

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    I have been using the Deelay for quite some time now. It is the older plain version. I love it.

    I also use a Signa Drive.

    I can comfortably recommend both the Deelay and the Signa Drive.
     
  5. mtmartin71

    mtmartin71 Silver Supporting Member

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    I have the Deelay as well and really dig it. I use it mostly for a slap or echo and I like that it has a mix knob. At 50%, it really blends well with the original signal. Compared to a few others I've used recently, this one was perfect for the price. It won't win any style awards though. That's for sure.

    Matt
     
  6. guitarwrench

    guitarwrench Silver Supporting Member

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    I own the SignaDrive and his BFD. I also had Chad modify a Boss DD3 for me. Chad has great customer service and his products are top notch in quality and build. His pedals have been on my board for almost a year and that says a lot ( for me at least ).
     

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