The Doom Room: ILF Edition



Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby Krosis » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:46 am

Well, in one day, I lost my ID, I won $32 from Game of Thrones slots, and Matt Pike passed right by me in the bar. Where all you doom roomers at?
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby conky » Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:26 am

mathias wrote:Agreed; if I have internal trimmers I would prefer 1 knob. I've never had an issue with my Ghost Echo not having a volume knob. It has always "just worked". :idk:


This. Love my Ghost Echo and the lack of a volume knob has never been a problem no matter how its set.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby Iommic Pope » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:20 am

You guys all have way cooler lives than me.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby new05002 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:54 am

conky wrote:
mathias wrote:Agreed; if I have internal trimmers I would prefer 1 knob. I've never had an issue with my Ghost Echo not having a volume knob. It has always "just worked". :idk:


This. Love my Ghost Echo and the lack of a volume knob has never been a problem no matter how its set.


I drew up a 3 knob version last night with Dwell, Time, and Mix. Probably the most optimum controls to have on it without mucking it up or making it $$$$.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby fever606 » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:31 pm

new05002 wrote:I drew up a 3 knob version last night with Dwell, Time, and Mix. Probably the most optimum controls to have on it without mucking it up or making it $$$$.

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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby conky » Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:39 am

^ Also this
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby t-rey » Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:47 pm

new05002 wrote:
conky wrote:
mathias wrote:Agreed; if I have internal trimmers I would prefer 1 knob. I've never had an issue with my Ghost Echo not having a volume knob. It has always "just worked". :idk:


This. Love my Ghost Echo and the lack of a volume knob has never been a problem no matter how its set.


I drew up a 3 knob version last night with Dwell, Time, and Mix. Probably the most optimum controls to have on it without mucking it up or making it $$$$.


I like the idea of the three knobs to tweak, especially given my love of the Ghost Echo and having a little bit of verb with a fuck ton of dwell (whatever it is that dwell does...mix?). But with the trimmers on your prototype and way that the feedback stomp works (or at least the way I think it works) I'd be happy with a one knob reverb since it still has the right sort of depth/tone.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby new05002 » Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:24 am

Thanks for the feedback everyone

This is the 3 knob prototype:

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Seems like if I moved back to a one knob prototype I would just throw on 1 more trimmer for the 1 knob version to control dwell.

Dwell is like the strength of the signal hitting the input of the reverb section. Its a good thing to control when you are hitting the pedal with a very large input signal say off a fuzz or distortion.

Decay is the reverb tail length

Reverb is Mix
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby fever606 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 6:32 pm

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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby new05002 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:09 am

and now populated

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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby Iommic Pope » Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:42 pm

Is that the same unit they use for the Space project reverb?
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby misterstomach » Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:05 pm

Is there a demo with heavy dirt? I saw the clean-ish ones and loved them. One thing I particularly like about the ghost echo is the attack control, which is a pre delay. It's really helpful for preserving the definition of your picking, which I find gets too washed out with some reverbs, especially if you're playing fast. I have no doubt, knowing you, that you've thought about this and I'm sure this thing sounds sick with dirt. Perhaps the dwell control addresses this adequately? I'm sure it'll be good and I'm stoked to hopefully get one. Just curious to hear it with black/death metal speeds and dirt.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby new05002 » Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:59 am

misterstomach wrote:Is there a demo with heavy dirt? I saw the clean-ish ones and loved them. One thing I particularly like about the ghost echo is the attack control, which is a pre delay. It's really helpful for preserving the definition of your picking, which I find gets too washed out with some reverbs, especially if you're playing fast. I have no doubt, knowing you, that you've thought about this and I'm sure this thing sounds sick with dirt. Perhaps the dwell control addresses this adequately? I'm sure it'll be good and I'm stoked to hopefully get one. Just curious to hear it with black/death metal speeds and dirt.


Check this clip with the Strange Aeons

https://www.instagram.com/p/BYZxOAUAcN9/

Dwell wont control the pre-delay, its more of controlling the input signal strength hitting the verb section. Does help prevent overloading the reverb module and making it fart out.

Iommic Pope wrote:Is that the same unit they use for the Space project reverb?


Not sure I dont know that circuit.
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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby emptyparadigm » Mon Sep 11, 2017 6:46 pm

Haven't checked in here for a while. Hey doom room folks! That reverb pedal looks so sick, Nick. As much as I'm slimming down the gear horde, might just have to try to carve out some room in the budget for one.

In the process of selling almost every piece of guitar-related gear I have that isn't being used live. Trying to get a few more pieces for a reasonable home studio. Anyone have thoughts on basic soundproofing that doesn't require actual construction? Just want my home office to be a place I can mix without irritating my wife (her office is adjacent) or our neighbor (whose townhome is smack against ours). Eh?

I've also realized that I'm a Gibson V guy and that's pretty much it. Played Les Pauls for so long, but they don't even feel right anymore. Which means I'll probably sell my Swamp Ash LP and my LTD V401, even though both are pretty awesome guitars. Two Vs, an Explorer, a Tele, and an acoustic are all I'm gonna keep. First time to not have an LP to my name in about a decade.

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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Postby t-rey » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:43 pm

Dudes. Looks like my gear room/office may be usurped. Which means I'm probably going to sell the head/cab and pick up a combo for maximum ease of stashing away when not in use. Any suggestions on combos that take pedals well and still vibe well with the whole stoner/doom/psych thing?

Amps that currently have my interest:
Vox AC15 (or maybe 30, or hell, maybe even the 4)
Fender Blues Junior
Fender DRRI
Peavey Classic 30
Laney VC-30
Blackstar Artist 15
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