I have faith in digitech to make good sounding digital models of effects.I haven't heard one single review about whether or not the istomp actually sounds good -- does anybody know if t does? If it does it would be a handy little device.
This. I listened to the demo, and when the ad copy says "polyphonic," it appears to only refer to the effect playing more than one note when it's fed a monophonic dry signal. "The most monstrous polyphonic riffs known to man" fell a little short....Not polyphonic. Not killin' nuthin'.
There's a guy over on HC who has been posting videos of every new e-pedal as they are released, they all have sounded great. You must have missed Gearmandude's video review, where he said it sounded great and every comment said that had to be impossible!I haven't heard one single review about whether or not the istomp actually sounds good -- does anybody know if t does? If it does it would be a handy little device.
Ugh? I figured you of anyone would be interested in new tech, given your TC photoshopping hobby.Ugh...iStomp, does anyone actually use one?
nope. all of their pog/hog type pedals sound strange too me. just really synthetic and weird particularly on the high end. it's almost a ring mod sound. although as far as I can tell they are far better than any other pedal that attempts to do polyphonic harmony. watch the comparison videos between the hog and the eventide pitchfactor on youtube. the pitchfactor sounds like a toy in comparison.am I the only one who thinks the micro pog sounds terrible to begin with?
users have said the tracking sucks.