Pedal pro analog digital vintage revolution

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  1. jerryratpack

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  2. guitarnet70

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    It can be as good as you want, but at that price point.....
     
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    Has there been demos in Europe / is it available to try out ? I am in the states , but curious to hear feedback from anyone that tried it.
     
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    Nothing more than this demo.
     
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    Massi, are you affiliated with this company ? I will listen to your recording later as I am out and about , responding from my iPad.
     
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    Pressure sensitive pads seems like a recipe for disaster in a live situation, particularly if you are also a singer. Too distracting.
     
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    Hey Deji, Thanks for the reply.

    I noticed that was from May 2011. So that unit has been around for awhile it seems.

    Also, I saw your vid from 2010 for an upcoming documentary . Ever complete It ?
     
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    Hi jerryratpack,
    I am one of the electronic engineers that started this project in 2005. In the beginning of 2009 we had units available only for professionals that help us with feedback and ideas to get the best out of it.

    Because all of this, I can not express an opinion about the unit.
    My advice is to come and try it. Only by listening how it responds to your fingers you can understand if it is worth the price.

    Did you like the recording ?

    If yes have a look on this little audio files that I have personally recorded.
    http://www.vintage-revolution.com/_documents/89_Chorus_morph_a.mp3
    http://www.vintage-revolution.com/_documents/90_Harmonics_mix.mp3
    http://www.vintage-revolution.com/_documents/17_Gibson_phaser-2.mp3


    Have a nice day
    Massi
     
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    Hello.thanks for checking it... this has been around few users but now out to the public !! and sure the album is coming out in few months recorded with the pedal pro unit!!will keep you posted!! i hate music boxes but its a fusion of Jazz/Soul/African music is the link between..11track album recorded in 5yrs in 5 countries!!
     
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    Dear all,
    for those are interested in the PedalPro system here are the news:
    1) From the 26-th of May, you can find on the gitarist (paper version) http://www.gitarist.nl the first official review on the PedalPro system. Other reviews will follow in the months to come.
    2) We decided to cut distributors off from the sales and provide an attractive introductory price including the footcontroller.
    3) New videos on the PedalPro sounds (about 20 effects from distortions to modulations). I hope you enjoy it and find it interesting:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gq_6lxyQwN8&feature=player_embedded

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOAfwkGyKVM at gitarist in Amsterdam

    Thanks for watching
    Massi
     
  14. Roger Axetrample

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    Hi The Moves, guitarnet70 and jerryratpack,

    the first guitar magazine review on the PedalPro is now online:
    http://www.vintage-revolution.com/products/pedalpro/reviews/
    Originally in Dutch so we've provided a translation.

    It's a bit more objective then our (Max and myself) own comments as you might imagine... ;)

    best,
    Roger
     
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    bump... anyone using one of these?
     
  16. R.D.

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    Shark Diver built his rig around one. Do a search for him over @ Rig-Talk
     
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    yes. my friend gene (tgp'er gtrgene) has one and really loves it. he had an axe fx II (which he only used for the effects) and found the drive blocks lacking and got the pedal pro instead. i got to check it out a few months ago and was very impressed. the drives were definitely more authentic sounding than the drives in the axe fx II. the delay, chorus, flanger and phaser also sounded great. i prefer the interface and the layout of the axe fx II though. it's just more intuitive to me. also, the pedal pro doesn't have reverb which is a dealbreaker for me. i'm also sticking with the axe fx II because, while i don't use the amp modeling live, i definitely use it in the studio. the pedal pro doesn't have any amp modeling, it's strictly an effects unit. i would highly recommend checking one out!
     

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