Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by apitakos, Feb 1, 2012.
Anyone know if its possible to rehouse any of the old huge cumbersome damage control pedals?
It's possible to rehouse anything. Question is, how much trouble are you willing to go through to do it?
Refusing a damage control pedal will probably make it bigger
Thanks, that's to bad. I really want a glass nexus and just can't handle the whole blueness and the bigness
Yea I feel the same way. great pedals they are just so massive!
old school bump! i was wondering if we as a society have developed the technology to make this possible since this thread first happened.
Have asked them several times via TGP threads to reissue it as a 1 rack space, but they don't seem interested. Missing the boat on this me thinks....
Just wait for Strymon to release it.
That's the same folks who are showing no interest, no?
All of the sudden, I'm desiring another liquid blues. If anyone out there has one, pm me!
I just think they'll eventually release it in the same form factor as the Timeline. There's been plenty of interest, if you search around a few different TGP threads. I know I'd buy one immediately, and I'm not alone...
for what purpose, or rather, how did you use it? i'm finding my new hotcake clone sounds pretty similar, though fizzier on one end and fuzzier on the other- maybe the bluesberry mode would make them closer. maybe try the strymon compressor/boost thing? could they be similar?
i'm all for smaller versions of old tube favorites. i don't know about this rack business, though.
I don't mind the bigness. To me, if you like a pedal enough, you'll make room.
Anyway, the LB is excellent for low gain. Not much else though.
exactly what they say about the DMM.