PTD new for Namm

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  1. ptdesign

    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    NEW for Namm/ coming soon (OK I'm working and not partying it up at Namm even though I live in Cali) anywho, back to some new stuff:


    Germanium Bone Machine switchable Si/Ge 249
    all of the stock goodness with the option of softer, warmer. So good.

    Names tentitive for these two↓


    the Trom-Bone The "Bone" effect in a tiny 1590A encloseure 180 The volume knob cleanup alone will give you many shades of beautiful dirt.
    It will sound just like this. Anders uses one setting and his volume knob for the whole track↓

    [SOUNDCLOUD]http://soundcloud.com/single_espresso/the-last-tango-in-donkeyville[/SOUNDCLOUD]


    Sweet P killer rock n blues OD-Fuzz

    More details to come. 199

    Hit me up → hihowyadoin@msn.com for ordering or questions.
     
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    ptdesign Handmade sonic art

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    Thanks for the interview link. I love that Levin / Torn / White album. The Trom-Bone sounds like a great idea. What setting on the mini-bone would the Trom-Bone correspond to? By the way, thank you for using my clip.
     
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    I love that disk too Anders. (fine tuning your Kush this morning)

    It is tuned to "Full bone" there is a micro switch that
    goes between spit and splat. Spit is the mood knob on the mini at noon, nice trumpet sounds and the low strings still have chord integrity.

    Splat is the mood fully counter clockwise on the mini where low octraves turn to 8V+ a 5th down.

    In both settings your volume knob will roll back into many cool shades.

    Happy Saturday and Rawk!
     

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