Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by chrismellotron, May 30, 2013.
I’m Uncle Sam, that’s who I am, been hidin’ out, in a rock ‘n’ roll band...
Seriously, a Foxx Tone Machine with an octave down is a pretty excellent thing! Can the octave down be used without the octave up? I love my Octron 2 because it is so versatile with the ability to use up/dry/down independently. But it is rather large. I am thinking about getting an Octron 3 to replace it on the board. But the Slash might be a worthy competitor if the lower octave can be engaged without the upper.
I have 4 atm with 2 more OD's, so 6 dirtboxes. Used to have 2 more fizzes, for 8.
Yes, yes you can.
That's one reason why I find it is so versatile.
PTD minibone gtx is on same setting for rhythm (looped) and lead:
For this track, all stringed instruments went through the Spaceman Nebula. There is crunchy rhythm, furry bass, banjo-ish guitar, and a couple lead guitar sounds.
Next time, the drums, as well.
(and yes, I know it's sloppy AF)
Great track, @cbm !!! The Nebula sounded great with everything!!! Love the sustaining lines.
Thanks! I thought it was time for a rockier track after an endless stream of droney tracks.
Rockier but firmer ground. Not as much crumble as the usual terrain. I like it !
Yeah, that's rad. Damn!
The Prog runs deep. Neb has many voices! Sweet track.
SF cannot be on page 3!!! Bringing it back with lots of muffiness!!!
Since I've shown some of the original EHX muffs, figured I'd show some other builders' takes on the muff circuit:
DopeFx from England:
M Haus Design from Germany:
Stomp Under Foot, USA:
Pete Cornish, England:
Basic Audio USA (Tri/Ram and Foxy Fuzz)
Top Tone, Brazil (DG-1 and DG-2)
Ghost in the post!
For me, it's a nice place to visit. Nostalgia, FTW.
The various blends allow for many shades of sound. It's a pretty good utility player, but with its own voice.