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I'd be all over these...if I hadn't just bought a bunch of DOD pedals for $40.00.
Color Theory (Light) vs. Pigment Theory.White is all colors together. Black is the absence. This can be seen with RGB charts, where a saturation of 255 on all colors gives you white.
I love the jams you do in your videos - and such a great sense of humor. The vids are great - really entertaining. Now ... I heard another demo video of your 3-series chorus (forget whos), but he had Micheal Landau's Arion sound - kind of that univibe thing. Seemed pretty dead-on. I didn't hear that setting in your video, but I wonder how your chorus circuit relates to the Arion pedal.
Check out General Guitar Gadgets..I wish these were available as DY kits. I want to make my own pedals. I would buy a kit with all the pedals.
At least one place here has them for $159 with free shipping. Remembering the $99USD doesn't include tax, the $159 includes 10% GST. Pre tax price, $143.10. Pop that into xe.com right now and convert to USD and you get $102.5. Pretty much the same price.Just checked an Australian dealer - $165 for us.
I would like to highlight that we are still experiencing an ACTIVE pandemic at this juncture in time and I am prohibited by local goverment from employing a full staff.Josh, congrats on providing a true service to those less fortunate in the gear world. Used, these should sell for $60-70, exactly the same price as most of the Chinese clones-but be more reliable and at least made by human hands you can reach out to. They sound good (of course, with all the knowledge that's out there now, there's no excuse for bad sounding effects), and work well. And if the monochromatic look bothers one, then there's duct tape in a million colors, or a rattle can of paint, or get creative with a colored marker... I don't need 'em but I highly support their manufacture. Are they SMD or thru hole, if you don't mind my asking? Did you get a flow solder machine or similar to streamline production (because it's hard to believe hand soldering, thru hole components would be possible at this price point).
I agree that the Mr. Black comparison is reasonable, except that he doesn't offer the full line at all times. Other folks that have approached this level of simplicity/price would be VFE and Henretta. Both are more, new but similar range used.