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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby Casavettes » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:36 pm

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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby benjuro » Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:52 am

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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby The Dimery » Sat Jun 07, 2014 9:18 am

Damn im still waiting for mine, taking a while since I am in the UK.
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby benjuro » Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:12 pm

Spun it for an hour this morning.... :evil:

Cool contrast to the germanium Hoofs I'm used to! The fuzz is tighter, and sounds excellent especially with lower gain settings--it keeps nice girth. Higher gain toanz can be really full-bodied or mosquito thin depending on the shift. Wide range of control. I like these 4-knobs for being able to boost the mids, and never dig too much scoop...would probably serve as a great swiss-army-hoof tho, and has lots of great familiar silicon muffy tones. I used it after my all-ge Tone Reaper...worked incredibly well for that, so now I may have to insist on a


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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby PaulB » Mon Jun 16, 2014 6:17 am

that sounds good to me! Will there be a Cloven Hoof Reaper? I hope so. The Hoof Reaper will be my next pedal, so if there's a CHR in a few months, i would wait.
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby rhargis14 » Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:50 pm

Tempted to sell my Hoof Reaper for one of these guys and use the leftovers to save up for a Tone Job. Can't decide if I use the reaper side enough to justify selling it. I do love my Hoof Reaper, though... Decisions, decisions...
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby rhargis14 » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:46 am

Thought you guys might be interested to hear that it looks like EQD is going to release this as a regular production pedal, or at least they are going to release a red and grey version at Summer NAMM. The coming soon page for this version is already on CME's website.

I think I'm going to hold off on the possible trade until I can demo one of these bad boys in person. Wondering if you can still get those germanium sounding tones that I love from the Hoof in addition to the new massive gain range and tighter bass.
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby PaulB » Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:12 am

I think that's cool. Still hope they're gonna do a Cloven Hoof Reaper with octave up (switchable to octave down). Maybe EQD should do to the big muff what they did to the tubescreamer with the Palisades. One Pedal that does all the big muff sounds...just an idea.
Anyway, there are 3 more EQD pedals on my list and they will be on my board in a few months, ha!
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby benjuro » Wed Jul 09, 2014 3:28 pm

rhargis14 wrote: Wondering if you can still get those germanium sounding tones that I love from the Hoof in addition to the new massive gain range and tighter bass.


I know there are other changes to the circuit as well, but the switch to silicon trannys does have a pretty significant impact on the tone. I wouldn't expect the raunchy bite that you're used to from the Ge version, but a crispier crunch.
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby spawnofthesith » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:22 pm

So I take it this thing will probably bring the doom even more then a regular 4 knob hoof?
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby rhargis14 » Mon Jul 14, 2014 1:08 pm

benjuro wrote:I know there are other changes to the circuit as well, but the switch to silicon trannys does have a pretty significant impact on the tone. I wouldn't expect the raunchy bite that you're used to from the Ge version, but a crispier crunch.


Yeah, that was sort of what I figured. I'll have to a/b these guys when i can. I love the raunchy-ness of the Ge hoof, but extra gain would be extra tasty at the same time. I still like how the Cloven Hoof sounds nice and tight.

Also, hehe "silicon trannys" hehe... :lol:
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby hunterjames » Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:15 pm

Been obsessed with the idea of this pedal since I first heard it. I have a Hoof Reaper (which I love to death), but the hoof doesn't have enough gain on tap at times (not all the time, but sometimes), so hearing about the Cloven Hoof I was just blown away. I've been considering to sell my Hoof Reaper to get a Cloven Hoof and a Terminal to take care of my fuzz instead, but I'm afraid I'd miss the Hoof Reaper and the octave switch haha.
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby benjuro » Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:26 pm

walkerrn wrote:My question is, will there be a cloven hoof reaper?

Or at least, can i get a custom one made? :P


benjuro wrote: I used it after my all-ge Tone Reaper...worked incredibly well for that, so now I may have to insist on a


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How is it that we did not notice this very beast sneaking out of Chicago Music Exchange??? :mad:
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby Chankgeez » Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:35 pm

Looks good:

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There're a couple up for sale on Reverb. :snax:
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Re: Earthquaker Devices Cloven Hoof

Postby benjuro » Thu Jan 14, 2016 3:20 pm

Chankgeez wrote:...There're a couple up for sale on Reverb. :snax:



I saw that, just drives me nuts to pay new prices for used pedals sometimes :grumpy:
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