Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by blueprint, Sep 4, 2005.
I'm curious about this one. Your comments ane welcome!
well, i have and use one, the clips are pretty accurate, and the
reviews are favorable. my comments are simple.. i love mine,
esp, in the middle toggle setting, very open sound.
I love mine. It has more gain and more bottom end than a TS or a Fulldrive. It is more raw also. The audio clips are pretty accurate.
Do a search here and you will find a lot written on it.
George B is pretty particaptory in these threads.
one nice thing about t he TTS is the EQ is robust but balanced...
its got plenty of balls, but doesnt saturate anywhere...
and it works well on all amps..... one of the few Ive heard that sound really good on both a Super and a Vox
get a timmy
It was one of the potential alternative.
Or, get both. The TIM and TTS work great for different tunes. I love the TTS, with compression lite setting, for Keith Richard's flavored rhythms.
I have a Tour Pro which is th OD side of the TTS without the boost. Very good sounding and the toggle switch gives you 3 different sounds. Highly recommended.
The Tim or Timmy was mentioned and I am also using the Timmy beside the Tour Pro. The Timmy sounds great but I like it more for rythym and fills type of playing. The Tour Pro has a better lead tone due to more available mids and the versitillity of the toggle.
Rollo is right, get both.
I hope the TTS (B&W version) is good , I just bought one off ebay this morning. I'm hoping it will be a good substitute for a Keeley Mod Blues Driver.
I really like mine. Like you may guess, it's great for blues. It does seem to have a distinct flavor apart from some of the other OD's out there.
bump. I'm interested in it as well. Anybody else have one?
I heard and played one for a short while. What struck me was the rawness it had... lots of balls. Very cool for a Tubescreamer style OD... the rawness made it inspiring to play - makes you just want to hit your strings as hard as possible.
Just a great pedal in my opinion. While it sounds great for around the house playing, it really comes to life playing live. Versitile, responsive, toneful and highly inspiring.
Man, George just seems to make great stuff. Gonna have to get one of these after he's done working on some wah wah pedals for me.