How does the Red Snapper compare to the Silver Kiss. Are they similar? Which do you think might be a better match for a Menatone TBIAC?
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OT: I built my first pedal (a Rat clone) this weekend, and decided to look inside my SK to see how the off-board wiring was done. I know Nick does good work, but... wow. I could not believe how immaculate everything was. It really is a work of art. I was completely baffled. Like, how the hell did you install the LED? How does it connect to the bundle of cable with the heat-shrink? How on earth are the pots connected?! My brain exploded. It gave me a whole new respect for pedal builders, and Nick in particular. My Rat clone still looks like, ironically, a rat's nest. But my next build will be better!This pedal is a pain in my neck. No I mean it, the pain goes down to my upper back.
Thanks a lot, pal. I just got the SK MKII and now you are making me want the Trinity. I've already spent too much on pedals in a weak economy - I can't take it anymore!!!The new Silver Kiss Trinity is awesome and I cannot recommend it enough. Twice the gain of the regular MKII and toggle switches for compression modes and mis frequencies. Great pedal with a very transparent sound and endless tweaking options that are all useable. I have yet to find an unuseable sound in this thing.