Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by John Mark Painter, Apr 26, 2018.
I love those modes. Brilliant!
let’s get these pedals dropped. no need to wait until next week.
Naamburger pedal unveiling time.
That reverb does sound nice. I am a huge fan of Alexander pedals. Although, currently the only one I have is an Equilibrium. But, I love my Equilibrium!!! I mean love, love, love it. It does the bias trem so well... The mix knob makes all the difference in the world. @DisasterArea keep up the good work over there!!!
Only seen a tiny bit of the pedal, but it looks cool as ****!!!
So apparently no reveal today?
6.26.18 isn't for at least another hour and a half where I live.
Ah. Did not see the post with the date. Just a post from Sunday saying the reveal was "tomorrow".
Yesterday is today.
Forever is tomorrow is today.
Can't wait for this release...between the Sky-Fi and Quadrant algos I was waiting for a dedicated multi-verb. Kudos, Matthew and Alexander crew for churning out so great stuff!
The Wavelength looks incredible. Thank you so much for that!!! @DisasterArea
Space Race sure is wonderfully designed. Plus if JMP's clips are an indicator, this thing is truly wonderful
JMP, do you still diggin’ the space race? I ordered one but I’m having second thoughts. How does it stack with fuzz, and with what other reverbs can you compare it? I recently had the immmerse but let it go cause it wet 100%, I have a supernatural and a peavey srp16 that I love but I’m afraid that someday will stop working. Any input would be much appreciate. Thanks!
Yes, I am very happy with it. Everyone will have different needs and setups, but it does what I want it to.
As is the case with the other Alexander pedals, they give you lots of powerful editing and performance controls...but it is still a 'simple' pedal when you want it to be.
Still very impressed with the low noise.
Comparisons....I went through a bunch. Flint, a few Keeley's, Topanga etc. I also recently had the new Source Audio Spring.
The Alexander was substantially quieter (I run mine into the from of crunchy amps), has way more character than the Flint.
And it is small and needs no special power.
I like using the Ramp controls with a small Neo switch to get reverb "Blooms" when I want them.