One time Chase Bliss pedal coming in. UPDATE: It’s a collab with Cooper FX and their generation loss

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by guitarman92, Oct 21, 2019.

  1. hippieboy

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    I thought so, thanks!
     
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  3. Gallery

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    Over 13000 views and over 700 sold in under 4 hours.

    That's 1 sold for every 18 views and 3 sold every minute.

    Impressive. Most impressive.
     
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    Spin FV-1. 2 of them.
     
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    They’re selling too fast to think about it... so I got one.
     
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    I'm a little sad that for being a limited pedal they didn't do the wooden boxes one last time, though I suppose that would've made the Blooper option a lie when they said it would be the last time. Still, it was weird seeing a Knobs demo for a CBA pedal not start with the wooden box.

    Still ordered one of course.
     
  7. Will Little

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    I got one of the last batches of Generation Loss from Cooper. I ultimately sold it to fund some other gear (not a stupid markup either) It was certainly a sound I liked.
    The improvements brought to this pedal with all the CBA tweaks made it an easy decision to buy the effect again.
    Plus I love the CBA form factor, layout, size, midi, presets.
    We'll see if I keep my Warped Vinyl.
     
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    Exactly what I was thinking... at least about my MkII. My HiFi gets used as an actual Chorus pedal. My MkII is dedicated to the quirky LoFi stuff that the Gen Loss is probably better suited for. I could see this kicking the MkII off my board.
     
  10. lxm

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    Me eating pasta for a week and never buying new clothes to save money. $400 pedal..... NO PROBLEM!
     
  11. Tri Pedal Reviews

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    Going to like the separate control over wow/flutter. I'm not a big flutter fan.
     
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    I haven’t bought any new clothes for at least a year, had pasta yesterday...:D
     
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    The beauty about this now being in MIDI form is you can leverage a DAW or other tools like ZOIA to add envelope functionality. So with ZOIA if you have an envelope control and connect it to Gen Loss MIDI parameters, you know can control the effect dynamically!
     
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    Ahhhhh pulled the trigger. At least I’ll be able to flip it in 95 years to fund my retirement once my google cyborg body runs through the end of its life cycle
     
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  15. hippieboy

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    Now that's a plan!
     
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  16. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    Now the one guys original Chase Bliss Gen Loss mashup makes way more sense to me. I thought it was just one.
     
  17. 74vibrolux

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    While I love this, I have no real NEED for it. I'm mostly interested to see how long it takes for us to see the ridiculously inflated listings for these with the "tried it once wasn't my thing" flipper BS. Mostly as I'm guessing the actual market for this pedal might be a bit limited. It's very cool but also very niche and very expensive. Good on both companies though. I hope the profits keep them both moving forward to bring us more great pedals.
     
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  18. Rabbitears

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    I got one ordered as soon as it appeared on YouTube. I figured that it looked really cool, plus I would be unlikely to loose £ on a resale if I didn't like it.
    Amazing for CB to just drop this out of the sky. Makes it feel really exiting!
     
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  19. lost in space

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    Got one. Had my eye on the GL for a few years but never managed to catch a run.
     
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  20. lxm

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    From a guy who owns the original the mix switch is the only downside for me. A big part of the glory of GL was dialing in crazy sounds and allowing VERY specific amounts in. The change from 40-50% is quite significant when doing this.
     

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