PTD Germanium and Brazil

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  1. ptdesign

    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    Tornita! Ge
    Switch from silicon (stock) to a 30 year old Germanium.
    It mellows out the fuzz, warms up the roll back. Makes Tornita a great
    bluesy Ge fuzz.Does wonderfull things to the feedback.
    Flip it back to silicon for the wild side. 249


    Also now available.


    Bone Machine Ge
    All of the mini-bone V2 goodness and more.
    switch from stock silicon to a premium Germanium tranny.
    Mellows out the OD sounds for real sweet low gain. Has that distinct
    Ge smokiness when driven hard. Battery or adapter.
    Standard 220 Ge 249





    Brazillian bando Zabomba! Whole lotta Paulo Passos w/ PTD

    Great mini-bone solo at 2:37 and vol control cleans to the end.


    Lots of mini throughout


    Brazillion hit "mente" wicked bone riffin' at 2:00- out


    Great use of the volume knob and mini here.


    Lots of bonin' goin' on
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    I can't speak portugese either. But I hear the passion. dig that LP signature.
     
  3. Guitarzan

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    Dude...ruling! Mini-Bone with switch for GE.....awesome!!!!
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    What's up Josh?!

    The Ge is great. We need to talk. I'll email ya asap.
     
  5. splatt

    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    ha!
    was that guy at the clinic i did in são paulo?
    i think so.....


    PT!
    haven't sent the box to ya, yet;
    will send it tomorrow, for sure.

    dude.
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    He likely was. He worked with Antony Widoff (door X) last summer.

    I'll be watchin' for the package:)
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    :beer Mike Hermans ↓ with the first bone machine Ge
    silicon only here. Bone machine and mini-bone owners will notice that the rotation of the Mood and Bore controls have been reversed recently.

     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    And the Ge side. Thanks Mike!

     
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    Steven Member

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    Great tones!!!!
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    I just grabbed the whole post. This is beautiful Rick!



    more germs on the loose.

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    Steven Member

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    OK so now I want a Kush and a Si/Ge Uberbonemachine and a Reacharound... Paul you´ve got to stop making all those little goodies!
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    Steven Member

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    Thanks man I'm trying to make as much noise as I possibly can between the daytime job, family and other stuff. Hopefully there will be some new stuff with lots of Uberbonemachinemadness later this year...
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    Anders Isberg and Kush




    El K-bone


    lotta Torn fans out there.:beer

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    That Tornita! is a thing of beauty! Can't wait to get my Ge version. Meanwhile, here's an ambient track featuring the mini-bone in Fripp mode. I really love that pedal! The guitar comes in at 2:24.

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/single_espresso/rhinoceros-falling-guitar-mix[/SOUNDCLOUD]
     
  16. splatt

    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    love those "clear" knobs, pt!
    i imagine they'd be even supercooler if they were both clear,
    and were tinted in colors to enhance the individual custom finishes..... ha!
    ______________________

    ya know, there's some great, great music within these PTD "demos", for some reason.....
    really enjoyable!
    love it.
     
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    DAMN! thought there mighta been a trombetta/gilliam project in the works...


    ml
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    Sir Terry has left us Muddy;)

     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    good point on the knobs D!
    and the demos. I am very fotunate to have great musicians/ visionaries like you, Fatback, Henry, Anders, Eli, Steven, Mark C, Harvey, Yotam, Nick, Troy, Josh, Cam, Dean, AAron, Ben, Flan, Derek, Cowboy, Mike H, Paulo, Nakarin, Malcolm T,Geoff C, Michael L, David H, using my tools.
    Thank you all.


    I love that Anders.
     
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    That Zabomba stuff is killer!
     

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