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NEW Kingsley Page - anyone got theirs yet??

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Just seeing if anyone who has ordered a new Kinglsey Page pedal has received it yet and given it a good run?

If so - do share your opinions on it!! Wanting to get one to replace my Jester but want to know if it holds up to the Jesters insanely high standards!
 

slopeshoulder

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Mine shipped thursday. I'll stack it front of a minstrel and use as a clean boost, and may try boosting it too.
 

slopeshoulder

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Serial # 2:

It arrived already.

WOW. It is great as a clean boost, a bigger-er boost, a voiced boost into amp or OD's (Minstrel!), and as a standalone dynamic dirty clean (single coil)-light crunch (humbucker) pedal. A huge range of tones with gain and volume working together at various settings. 3 modes with a simple tone control works brilliantly. Treble and mid boost modes are musical and subtle. I'm half tempted to have two of them. Better than a Klon (as in gain is more useful and it's still big sounding). Instant classic. DEEPLY musical. No "pedal" sound.

It' s also smaller than I had feared, very manageable. And the wall wart is quite small. AND it's a nice subtle beige color and not a bright white as I had feared.

Total win! Get one!
 

slopeshoulder

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I should add that the Fat boost mode Rules for Bigness. Great how it has a narrow mid boost mode and a big warm fat boost mode too. Ears and brains.
 

Goo Fighters

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I should add that the Fat boost mode Rules for Bigness. Great how it has a narrow mid boost mode and a big warm fat boost mode too. Ears and brains.
Fat boost mode? Isn't there just normal, bright, and mid boost modes? I'm interested in this pedal to stack with my Jester as the boost side doesn't have a gain control. I think I would see if I could get Simon to build me one with a tone control kill switch, though.
 

slopeshoulder

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Fat boost mode? Isn't there just normal, bright, and mid boost modes?
According the owners manual, the 3 modes are mid, bright, and fat.
Fat has a lot more lows, very full, maybe full range "normal", maybe not. I have to ask. But he calls it Fat.
Mid is a nice narrow hump.
Bright is subtly bright, not ice picky.
 

slopeshoulder

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Heard from Simon. Fat with tone all the way up is "normal", then it gets warmer and fatter as tone is rolled back. He recommends this mode as clean boost, as it is less tight, and the other two for generating or pushing an amp or OD.
 
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Serial # 2:

It arrived already.

WOW. It is great as a clean boost, a bigger-er boost, a voiced boost into amp or OD's (Minstrel!), and as a standalone dynamic dirty clean (single coil)-light crunch (humbucker) pedal. A huge range of tones with gain and volume working together at various settings. 3 modes with a simple tone control works brilliantly. Treble and mid boost modes are musical and subtle. I'm half tempted to have two of them. Better than a Klon (as in gain is more useful and it's still big sounding). Instant classic. DEEPLY musical. No "pedal" sound.

It' s also smaller than I had feared, very manageable. And the wall wart is quite small. AND it's a nice subtle beige color and not a bright white as I had feared.

Total win! Get one!
How do you find the Page as a light overdrive pedal? Does it have enough gain for a clean amp?
 

zul

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Dying to try this with my Minstrel.

Anyone tried the Squire for comparison?
 




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