Mr Springy (Lee Jackson Mr Springy)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by CALI68, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. CALI68

    CALI68 Member

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    zerorez Supporting Member

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    Congrats, great demo. I picked one up also about a month ago to add reverb to my Rockytop JTM45 Bluesbreaker Combo.

    I cant say enough good things about this pedal, it really has a sweet sound and the one knob is simple to dial in great sounds as you demonstrated. :D

    JK


     
  3. kekaiakea

    kekaiakea Rob Yamanoha

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    wow that is nice! cool demo too :AOK

    i've been wondering about this pedal, looking for something a little more compact than my sole mate...anyone know how mr. springgy compares?
     
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    Ah, that reverb does decay a little too soon.

    It sounded a little weak on the single note sections, in that the notes didn't flow/overlap. I really want to try one of these out, since it's either the mr. springy or the solemate (I'm expecting the solemate to win).
     
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    I know what you mean but I just got back from a rehersal where I was really driving the amp and that thing provided all the reverb I would ever use.

    The Sole Mate is awesome too no doubt about that. ...just bigger and more tonal options.

    -Chris
     
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    The reverb sounds great, but it doesn't really sound like it's 'part' of the tone, it sounds like a separate tone that runs parallel to the dry signal, if that makes any sense. :eek:
     
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    Further clarification, I couldn't tell it was on except when you ended the phrase, and only then did I know it was on because of the 'splash'.

    It doesn't seem to have much depth, just splash. I'd have to play one, and probably should before I comment any more.
     
  8. ruger9

    ruger9 Supporting Member

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    Great demo man! Most demos are just somebody wanking off, but that was done extremely well!

    Anybody want to buy a HG+ ?
     
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    I just got one from Lee and love it !! Sounds great in a loop also :D
     
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    fast ricky love Supporting Member

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    I LOVE mine. I suppose if you were to really nit pick the decay could be a bit longer. But for a pedal with one knob, I love it, my fav reverb pedal.
     
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    Uma Floresta Senior Member

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    Sounds like a gated reverb almost.
     

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