Is this the dreaming Tube Screamer?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Alejandro, Feb 13, 2006.

  1. gururyan

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    That's pretty cool, neat idea. I bet for the fan of mod'd Screamers, this is indeed a dream.
     
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    That op-amp switch looks interesting! DidnĀ“t know that something like that is possible. Hope some pedal builders look into that... and we all might benefit from it :p .
     
  5. Alejandro

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    I am in a XL GAS attack , It is a never ending story :jo
     
  6. MoHo

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    Just wanted to say thanks for the remarks :)

    -MoHo-
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  7. Alejandro

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    Your welcome, good job! now I need some saving time :Devil
     
  8. 1968

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    Saw that the other day- no clips??

    What an awesome idea:
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    :D
     
  9. Rid

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    Hehe I dig that!
     
  10. jerseydrew

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    It's a great idea. Too bad it doesn't have 2 footswitches so you could change the sound on the fly, instead of bending down and twisting the knobs.
     
  11. nlopez

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    I would think the switch would have been upgraded to TB
     
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  13. MoHo

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    I was gonna do true bypass, but the thing is this was meant for the mod fans wanting to replicate the variations of the different pedals. Yet to come is a version with true bypass, a micro gain switch (to increase the distortion), a micro clipping switch to switch from symetrical to asymetrical and who knows what else.

    And since this version I now have better graphics for the thing. I hope to improve on the thing more and more. We'll see where it goes.

    -MoHo-
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  14. nlopez

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    Sounds like a winner!! Good Luck MoHo!
     
  15. todd richman

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    Great idea-good luck with the business.
     
  16. jerseydrew

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    True bypass, perhaps an additional footswitch? I'd be interested :)
     
  17. gkelm

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    Really cool idea. I think TB would be optimal, but that switch is a neat tribute to Ibanez tradition.
    Greg
     
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    He claims 84 variations, my math gives me 27 variations but still a cool idea.
     

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