Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Muzik4Machines, Feb 12, 2018.
Like a fuzz probe but a controller for anything. Crazy good idea!
YAMAHA RA200 in a pedal! I imagine 3 different LFO's or rotary simulations all spinning at slightly different speeds and speeding up slightly on the end of the wave to simulate the speaker picking up a bit more speed from gravity and slowing down on the up part of the wave... I hope that made sense. it also must have a DRY knob with the option to simulate the stationary speaker... it would be nice to have an option of speaker simulation as well... to simulate the the 3x8or10" speakers that are spinning and then the 2x12's or is it a 15" speaker... not sure? just saying it should not only simulate the effect and have that be playable via your cab but it would be nice to add in the option to simulate the actual cabinet as that is also essential to it's sound.
This pic reminds me of a Slot Machine in The Hell For Guitarists:
Black Hole Sun, Black Hole Sun ..... oh sorry, that's a Zappa's The Black Page ... No Jackpot For You!!!
Something that truly kills 60 cycle hum with a very minimal/no change in tone or any artifacts.
The sh!t storm?
Like rolling thunder.
Actually, 40 Octaves up from A=440 is 483.79 THz which is equivalent to the color orange with a wavelength of 616.98 nm.
But who’s to say that microwaves don’t have colors too?
Your version of the pedal could be called the Gallagher(tz).
I wish someone would finally get around to building a transparent overdrive. Like actually invisible.
You are correct - I did the doubling and got the same number, then googled around and it came back microwave.
Curse you Google!
THEM BONES tone in a box (TBIAB)? anytime
at least the human eye would respond to it...
Imagine an amp, say something high end and boutique that has the sound and feel of overdrive from a pedal!
I haven't seen a Pultec in a pedal yet, but maybe I've just missed it. The apparent popularity of "studio-style" compressors, amp-in-a-box pedals, modelers, speaker simulators, attenutators with effects loops, etc. has made me wonder if there are more cool things that can be done to readily replicate a full recording chain with the aim of giving players the ability to deliver recording-accurate sounds from any decent clean amp or FOH system
Maybe the real answer to this is a pedalboard friendly 500-series interface so you could have "normal" pedals feed an AIAB or modeler/IR, and feed the output(s) to your favorite 500 series units. Then it's just all there.
I had one of them....somewhere
I also want one, but this is the closest I've found so far.
Klone + overdrive
Isn’t that what the new mxr sugar drive is supposed to be?.....I might be wrong
Klone that sounds like a Klon
MXR is a Klone. What I mean is a pedal with both a Klone and overdrive circuit together..