Videos of Lovepedal 200, Zvex, Moog, Vintage EHX DMM (Goatkeeper content)

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  1. themusicboxstudios

    themusicboxstudios Member

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    Yo guys. My playing was way off tonight ... but I got bored so I made some videos. Nocaster - Board - 64 Gibson Falcon - SM57 - Presonus Firepod.

    clips are a bit bass heavy due to my mic stand being too high.

    First is my Moog Ring Mod and Vintage EHX DMM. I just got the ring mod a couple days ago and it is blowing my mind how versatile it is. All of the trem sounds you here in the video are the Moog ... this is ONLY the Moog and DMM used for delay/slight modulation into a clean amp.

    For those of you looking to get a goatkeeper ... the moog might be another alternative that you never thought of (i sure as hell didn't!)

    YOU GUYS NEED TO HEAR THIS TREM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0KJAz19d2Q

    Next is the Lovepedal 200 fuzz with a Fuzz Factory going into it. Crazy tones here. Sorry guys, this may not be the kinda of stuff you're expecting from the 200. It can get really smooth and pretty too though! Don't be worried! The radio signals are my amps/apartments fault at the moment. Playing is terrible on this one, but whateva!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ci1jegkwhVo

    Enjoy.
     
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    man that first clip, the tone ur getteing at the end with that almost whack phase sond is sooooooo awesome beautiful. good job man.
     
  3. yellowecho

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    Thanks for the video-- it's true, the Moog RM is a killer trem. I love mine.
    The murf actually has some great trem sounds in it as well.
    Nice playing, it sounds similar to the style stuff I usually play.:dude
     
  4. The Sun King

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    God, I really miss my Moog Ring Mod.

    Nice clips man.
     
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    bhelvick1 Silver Supporting Member

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    Awesome!!

    Thanks!!
     
  6. themusicboxstudios

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    i'm considering picking up another moog pedal. should i try out the murf?
     
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    nice clip of the gibson amp too
     
  8. yellowecho

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    Most definitely!
    If you're impressed by the sounds and versatility of the RM, I think the Murf would be a tasty addition. With the style music that we play, it adds interesting textures.. but the real fun is coming up with rhythms to play along with.
     
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    r9player Silver Supporting Member

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    That Moog is nice and woah the fuzz is vicious (that is NOT why I got the 200lbs haha)
    BTW I can get radio with the 200lbs if I turn I forget which knob all the way to the left position.
     
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    cool vids. :AOK

    the MOOG Ring Mod is a real wolf in sheep's clothing.
     
  11. themusicboxstudios

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    more like ... sheep in wolves clothing?

    i think people get scared away just thinking this is a crazy noise pedal, not knowing the beautiful spacey tones they can get.

    thanks for the comments guys!
     
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    btw ... these are both in an apartment w/ very thin walls ... 6pm ... neighbors home ... not very loud at all. the amp is completely clean.
     
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    I just sold mine : )
     
  15. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    The Moog Ring Mod is one of my absolute favorite pedals. There are so many beautiful sounds contained in that box from lush trem to seasick alien insects.

    Bryan
     
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    Jon, when the DMM is playing by itself, it's real shimmery and deep sound. Different than just a clean amp with some delay.

    Is there some slight chorusing going on there? None of my delay pedals have that quality.
     
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    I could be wrong, but it just sounds like the chorus on the DMM to me. Very distinctive sound.
     
  18. Phil M

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    Besides the reissue EH, what other delay pedals have this quality? It's not a blatant chorus (which I generally don't care for). Almost reminds me of the slow speed on my old Rotosphere. Shimmery, subtle.
     
  19. themusicboxstudios

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    i'm actually using the vibrato setting. the longer the delay time, the more apparent it becomes.

    the vintage one i have seems to be a bit slower in speed than the current reissues. not too big of a difference.
     
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    The vibrato and chorus sounds are pretty much what sets the DMM apart from other delays. There aren't that many pedals that can accurately achieve this sound. Modulated delays such as the DD-20 and Nova Delay can get close but still not as lush.

    I'm in the process of acquiring a Moog 104z for its internal loop capabilities, which can create vibrato and chorus sounds like the DMM if such a pedal is put into the loop. The reason I've avoided the DMM over the years is because of the coloration of the dry signal.

    I'm a Moog addict now. The versatility of these things makes other pedals seem boring!:jo
     

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