What Does Everyone Think Of The CMATMODS Brownie?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Rambo66, May 18, 2006.


  1. Rambo66

    Rambo66 Member

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    Wanted to get some opinions of this? I heard the clips and they pretty good. How would you describe it. Pros? Cons?
     
  2. retro

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    Sorry I can't tell you yet...

    But I can say I have 3 of Chad's pedals so far.

    A Trem, Delay and Tube Slammer. And I love all three. They are quiet and very tranparent. Whatever you put in comes out the other side through the effect.

    Since I am looking for a high gainer the Brownie is next on my list and so is the Phat Boost. The only hesitation I have anymore about Chad's pedals is I am fast becoming too CMATMODDY. ;).

    Great takes on some classic pedals. I could be wrong but I think he's one of those pedal makers that probably doesn't get as much attention as they should considering the tone, price and service. But then again maybe that's a good thing for us. Shhhhhh...
     
  3. enickma

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    Not to be a buzz kill, but did you hear the Brownie and Phat Boost are discontinued?
     
  4. retro

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    ouch...my bookmark did not update.

    I guess the news was out on his pedals.

    Totally understandable.
     
  5. enickma

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    Keep an eye out on the Bay ... there's always one popping up now and then :)
     
  6. retro

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    And for me I am not ashamed to use begging as an option...;).
     
  7. Analog Assassin

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    The brownie is a BSIAB2.
     
  8. retro

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    I've heard that before too.

    I am always curious about the evolution of pedals...I've just scratched the surface of the DIY universe.

    I read that the BSIAB2 was based off Jack Orman's Mini Tube Preamp.

    I think Jack Orman's work and subsequent mods by DIY builders very interesting.
     

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