Tap Tempo Tremelo Pedals?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by SG1, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. SG1

    SG1 Member

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    Anyone know what's available? I know the line 6 one, but what else is out there?
     
  2. highfive!

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    The cusack and the empress.
     
  3. mr. stanley

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    and the Shape Shifter
     
  4. theroan

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    The Tap a Whirl. The line 6 one is garbage.
     
  5. Melodic Dreamer

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    How warm is the Shape Shifter in person?
    I'm not that much of a choppy guy, but more of a vintage throbe or swell.
     
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  7. Tweeker

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    Yes, BUT...
    Tap Tempo only works when the pedal is active.

    This can be a big deal if you want to engage the pedal pre-synced to the music.
     
  8. jokerjkny

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    own both and both rock.

    the cusack is definitely more organic and natural feeling for my recording, while the options of the empress put it on my regular gigging board.
     
  9. CaseyI

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    I put my Shape Shifter in a bypass loop so I can pre tap in the tempo. I also use the same loop for my magicstomp so I can add some spring reverb at the same time. I had the empress for awhile, and I like the SS better. To me the features are more useful and the empress always sounded a bit too rounded/mushy.
     

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