New Klon KTR day

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by MRscratch, Jun 22, 2019.

  1. MRscratch

    MRscratch Member

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    so just got one of these, and must say i really like it.
    haven't really had a chance to compare it to my MOVS or IKON yet but it sounds like it has more sizzle than both of those.
    I played it through my trusty and awesome sounding 56 Harvard
    and a Custom shop Gibson 57 Futura.
    pedal really tightened up the amp and had great chine and grind at low gain
    Gain cranked and that Harvard was breathing fire. made soloing with the bridge pup really fun and liquid sounding.
    cool pedal. a little pricey but worth it.
     
  2. rabbuhl

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    Congrats! Buffer on or off?
     
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  3. jimijimmyjeffy

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    Score! Glad you like it. I like the mids and buffer on that one. I like switching the buffer off with short cable runs too. Mine works as advertised. :)
     
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  4. MRscratch

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    havent tried it with buffer comparison.
    ill mess with it later
     
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  5. MRscratch

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    wow!
    not the darling of TGP i see...
     
  6. Original_Fire

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    I think it’s more the result of the fact that everyone is currently too busy showing off their legal prowess in one of the 16 current Gibson threads than folks not having strong opinions about the KTR.
     
  7. coltonius

    coltonius Señor Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Or maybe it’s old news because it ain’t a low serial open tail short shaft horseyman rearing at a 78° NE angle (which is straight at the Alpha Centauri star system from Bill’s kitchen card table). The KTR is just another klone at this point. :D
     
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  8. corbs

    corbs Supporting Member

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    Congratulations! I enjoy mine and almost bought that one in the emporium for a 2nd board.
     
  9. Original_Fire

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    This is pure internet fodder, and you know it.

    It’s NW, from his breakfast nook.
     
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