New TC toneprint pedal - The John Petrucci Dreamscape

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  1. rhoydotp

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    hmmm ... i wonder how much this would be. really interested on this 3-1 modulation
     
  2. jazzfromhell

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    Yup, me too. An all-purpose modulation pedal with a small footprint would be a great substitute for my TC Corona.
     
  3. david(j)

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    looks like pre-orders at gc are $249.
     
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    Looks pretty cool!! GAS.
     
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    This looks pretty cool, Id definatley use one on my gig board. I only really use one effect at once
     
  6. todd richman

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    His Toneprints sound great. Cool cosmetics and color too.
     
  7. Sikor

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    I was all hoped up until I saw the price :(

    But free TonePrint slot is very tempting...
     
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    I agree about the price, I was hoping it is $200 or less. But I guess you can argue that buying each pedal can pus you to over $300 or more.
     
  9. david(j)

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    yeah if there was any deal breaker here, it would be the price. pretty steep.
     
  10. Sikor

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    Yeah, but You would than have really 3 pedals with more options and 3 free TonePrint slots :)

    I really don't see why this pedal should cost more than i.e Flashback :huh

    I really like TonePrint series (I have 3 of them), but this price is really plain to high :(
     
  11. todd richman

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    That's cheap for a pedal like this.
     
  12. cookedbutok

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    I agree. Definitely not interested. Now, if they made a HOF/Flashback hybrid verb/delay, i'd be all over that...
     
  13. Richard P

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    On the one hand:

    I didn't QUITE bond with the Corona, and I couldn't make space on my pedalboard for JUST a vibrato pedal, even though the Shaker is excellent.

    On the other hand:

    You could see the Dreamscape as ALMOST a next-generation compact true bypass Nova Modulator (not quite as versatile, but many of the same qualities). After years of waiting for the Fulltone CFV-2 (which I now imagine is never going to happen, for lack of chips), seeing this chorus/flanger/vibrato in a high-quality digital incarnation might be just what the doctor ordered. I'm sure going to check it out!
     

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