ibarakishi wrote:loving the sound of what the the curse could be, just hoping it isn't crazy expensive. also, limited etched edition maybe??? loved the other etched runs you have done in the past
Well, I hate to say it, but The Curse is going to be pretty damn expensive. Like $120 in parts expensive. Unfortunately that's the only number we know right now, so the final price remains to be seen. That said, as always I'm trying to keep the price as low as possible without sacrificing quality, while making sure the kids stay fed and the henchmen get paid. I know the price tag will result in a "nope" from many people, and I feel for them. But at the end of the day, this is a pedal I needed to get made.
We're only planning on a standard run for the first 250, but I LOVE doing special editions, so that's always a future possibility.
i totally get what you are saying and respect it, mainly due to your continuing transparency and business ethic in general (and from us having a personal business from home as well that supports our lives full time). Like i said, regardless of price i am still stoked to see what it will do because i think that with your pedal you are pretty much going to address every major pressing issue that a lot of people have with other devices, while also bringing something new to the table. Keep it up and can't wait to see everything you put out this year!
I gotta say, I'm super pumped for this! I've been hoping you guys would produce Dwarfcraft stylee delay with a Tap Tempo.. The rest of the carnage this pedal will produce, well..... I'm pretty fucking excited to see!
Damn, that sounds so good. The price point is brutal though. I was considering a Red Knob Mod, but now I might have to hold off for a Curse. I've got a couple tech questions if you don't mind answering. Does the modulation CV input work like the Happiness/Twin, where you can attenu-vert the waveform? And did y'all get around to implementing CV level selection with this one? I remember Louise mentioning something about that in an email a while back as something you were hoping to implement to improve compatibility.