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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by cheapgtrs, Jul 24, 2016.
Not to try and persuade you but the Rm1n is my favorite reverb ever. It just works for me.
Well it's usually a couple weeks between batches up on axeandyoushallreceive, so I have some time. the GAS pressure is real !
To answer your question, yes and no. Maybe Andrew will chime in and clear that up for anyone interested. It's truly heart warming to hear the nice things you users have to say.
The 4046-m is amazing. For experimental nastiness, it might just be my favorite pedal. Even better paired with a good filter and VCA.
I sold a few pedals and ordered the 4046-M & RM-1N early April. I liked them so much that i sold all my delays to get the Echo Degrader quite recently. I'm so happy with those three pedals, they are so inspiring that i even started another project based on them !
Bump for any info on the re-release of the Incinerator? I haven't spoken to Andrew in awhile, can anyone shed some light?
It seems that the Incinerator does exist now... that's about all the light I can shed and it's a year late but there you go...
I don't own 1 yet but had a chance to play a deluxe version. It is everything I hoped it would be and more. From Sabbath to complete sonic apocalypse. Its a little pricey but I will buy 1 eventually. For me its 1 of those rare pedals that is as near perfect as is possible. Andrew has never disappointed me. He's up there with Paul Trombetta for me. Just a brilliant designer. I hope he has continued success and keeps the pedals coming.
I’ve been on the fence about the Incinerator for a while. It’s hard to tell from online demos if there are usable noises to be found or if it’s just pure noise. Saying that, I own all of the other Industialectric pedals and like them, so an Incinerator is probably in my future at some point.
I love the 4046 even though I’m not entirely sure what to do with it. I’m just happy that it exists and I have one.
I don't have tons of experience with it but I felt it had a decent range of fuzz. Like I said, it immediately had me playing Sabbath riffs. I'm definitely more interested in the extreme side of things though. I would guess that like his other pedals, there will be slight differences from pedal to pedal.
The incinerator requires patience. You need to spend time digging to find what you want - whether that's glorious noise or more trad fuzz sounds that'll knock other pieces of kit out of your rig.
If I had the space and money, I'd have kept mine, but really it was more about the patience vs need ratio. I'm covered elsewhere with fuzz and noise and was more interested due to my love of the brand rather than anything specific the pedal was doing for me. But it's probably the one pedal I truly regret selling and remains in my top 5, maybe even top 3, fuzzes of all time.
Incinerator finally incoming. I've played several and am excited to have one of my own.
Mine should be here Wednesday.
0B0C3B95-3309-49F3-B923-B4AE016BBA60 by Ardour posted Sep 11, 2019 at 6:39 AM
These settings with a Moog EP-2 are fantastic. Also good with phaser and/or echo/delay. The EXP is great with Generator 7446
Big City is the only one even on pre order, how'd you pull that off ?
If you’re on their email list, they offered 10 as direct sales.
Shipping was very expensive though, so there’s a trade off.
Woke up, read this thread and felt the gas swelling. So I picked up an incinerator off Reverb. Really looking forward to it. Seller had free 2 day shipping so even better.
Mine will be here Friday!!!!
The Incinerator is RAD. Possibly my favorite fuzz.