Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Hector Arcadius, Jan 11, 2017.
Strymon released 5 pedals at once? That's freakin' amazing!
That corner "E" pedal with the traction top brings to mind old DOD VCC
Definitely appears to be treadle based but isn't that a DigiTech logo? I'm not sure if they also use that logo on the DOD line.
Hehe, good point I just don't like any tease unless women involved
My money is on polyphonic analog pitch shifting. You know, bending notes up and down.
Does it utilize a matrix of green ringers?
If it can't do analog shimmer, what is the point?
That's just it. The GSP1101 is a phenomenal processor with the MBB firmware. Also, it's been roughly 10 years since it came out so, one would think it's just about due for an update.
To see it from their side though, with Zoom, Boss, Line6 all putting out new units lately and with Fractal, Kemper & Positive Grid (kinda) with their stuff on the high end, it could be that Digitech just wants to let things calm down a bit because who would want to put out a new unit only to have it get 'lost in the shuffle' as it were.
Digitech has been killing it lately and I think the trend is just getting started.
Any word on this guy, now that photos on the Rubberneck are circulating?
So, the truth is out about the FreqOut:
Damn. Didn't know I needed that until now :/
@DigiTechRep whats the street price for this? and The Rubberneck if you can answer here
P.S. Did someone say Space Station?
If this thing can get me Kings of Leon (a la "Because of the Times" album) without a hollow-body Gibson and a Reverberocket, I'm buying it.
This is the best new thing I've seen so far this year. Very impressed with this, particularly on clean sounds.
Rubberneck is $250
Looks great for single-note, high-sustain solos.
In my head i'm thinking how cool this would sound over something like Gilmore's "Time" solo.