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Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Fri Feb 16, 2018 12:58 pm

I have been using a Ditto X2 for years. you can only store one loop, but for on the fly looping it has worked for me.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Fri Feb 16, 2018 2:12 pm

Right on - anything you dislike about it?

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:20 am

I've gone through the whole Jamman series and ended back up on the Jamman Stereo. I mostly use it for playing samples between songs but i layer sounds with it from time to time, too. Pretty straightforward and easy to use.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Sun Feb 18, 2018 7:08 pm

I've not paid much attention to the Jamman stuff - suppose I should give them a look as well.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:09 am

odontophobia wrote:
AZX309 wrote:
HeavyXIII wrote:I've been lurking occasionally, but I've been groovin.

Is the Bloodmoon a different circuit from the Supermoon? I love the sound of both from what I hear, and would probably snag one if I didn't need something stereo. Speaking of stereo, I'm looking at pedals for panning, because I want to feel the room spin when I play. :love:


Dr Sci 6 knob tremoloessence or the old school MXR/Dunlop stereo tremolo are both rad panning options. you have to use TRS for the tremoloessence but it is well worth it


i just picked up a boss trem/pan PN2. hit me up if you want it. i listed it on reverb but haven't had time to get it up on ILF yet.


I looked at the PN2, but wasn't super impressed with the price. What did you pay for it? I know they're pretty well regarded. The Tremolessence looks neat too, but has more features than I'd probably use for panning. The MXR isn't a bad idea, but was also looking at the regular EHX Stereo Pulsar. Trying to keep my budget minimal here.

Speaking of minimal, I have no business knowing that they make a stereo version of the Supermoon. If they made a stereo Chrome I'd probably sell my TC in a heartbeat. :drool:

I've been using the Ditto for quite a while, and I rather like it. I hear the Akai Headrush has something about the switches that make it very easy to use, but I like to think the Ditto is similar enough. Plus it's smaller. Oddly enough, my Timebender has a looper that uses the digital screen to give timing cues. That plus the ability to pitchshift and harmonize the loop was really useful, but I ended up just staring at the floor. The spongey footswitch type that those pedals use made it a little tricky to use as well, there wasn't any click or anything so you knew for sure you had gotten it.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:16 am

HeavyXIII wrote:
odontophobia wrote:
AZX309 wrote:
HeavyXIII wrote:I've been lurking occasionally, but I've been groovin.

Is the Bloodmoon a different circuit from the Supermoon? I love the sound of both from what I hear, and would probably snag one if I didn't need something stereo. Speaking of stereo, I'm looking at pedals for panning, because I want to feel the room spin when I play. :love:


Dr Sci 6 knob tremoloessence or the old school MXR/Dunlop stereo tremolo are both rad panning options. you have to use TRS for the tremoloessence but it is well worth it


i just picked up a boss trem/pan PN2. hit me up if you want it. i listed it on reverb but haven't had time to get it up on ILF yet.


I looked at the PN2, but wasn't super impressed with the price. What did you pay for it? I know they're pretty well regarded. The Tremolessence looks neat too, but has more features than I'd probably use for panning. The MXR isn't a bad idea, but was also looking at the regular EHX Stereo Pulsar. Trying to keep my budget minimal here.

Speaking of minimal, I have no business knowing that they make a stereo version of the Supermoon. If they made a stereo Chrome I'd probably sell my TC in a heartbeat. :drool:

I've been using the Ditto for quite a while, and I rather like it. I hear the Akai Headrush has something about the switches that make it very easy to use, but I like to think the Ditto is similar enough. Plus it's smaller. Oddly enough, my Timebender has a looper that uses the digital screen to give timing cues. That plus the ability to pitchshift and harmonize the loop was really useful, but I ended up just staring at the floor. The spongey footswitch type that those pedals use made it a little tricky to use as well, there wasn't any click or anything so you knew for sure you had gotten it.


I actually bought the PN2, BAT Pharaoh and Boss Super Phaser PH2 for $240. Just sold the PN2 on Reverb for $140 plus shipping. Didn't even try it. Tremolo isn't for me.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:31 am

HeavyXIII wrote:Speaking of minimal, I have no business knowing that they make a stereo version of the Supermoon. If they made a stereo Chrome I'd probably sell my TC in a heartbeat. :drool:

I've been using the Ditto for quite a while, and I rather like it. I hear the Akai Headrush has something about the switches that make it very easy to use, but I like to think the Ditto is similar enough. Plus it's smaller. Oddly enough, my Timebender has a looper that uses the digital screen to give timing cues. That plus the ability to pitchshift and harmonize the loop was really useful, but I ended up just staring at the floor. The spongey footswitch type that those pedals use made it a little tricky to use as well, there wasn't any click or anything so you knew for sure you had gotten it.


Except that the stereo Supermoon (it's called the Eclipse, I think) has a button that switches the voicing from 'regular' to 'chrome.' So you should buy it. Immediately. The only reason I went for the Bloodmoon is because I've only got one amp these days.

I'm pretty sold on the EHX 720 at this point, but the Headrush and Timebender definitely have my attention.

odontophobia wrote:I actually bought the PN2, BAT Pharaoh and Boss Super Phaser PH2 for $240. Just sold the PN2 on Reverb for $140 plus shipping. Didn't even try it. Tremolo isn't for me.


That's a steal for those pedals, especially once you flip the PN2. I picked up a PH2 recently as well. Great syrupy phase for not a ton of dollars. Plus now I can play all the Incubus covers I want :lol:

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Tue Feb 20, 2018 2:21 pm

t-rey wrote:
HeavyXIII wrote:Speaking of minimal, I have no business knowing that they make a stereo version of the Supermoon. If they made a stereo Chrome I'd probably sell my TC in a heartbeat. :drool:

I've been using the Ditto for quite a while, and I rather like it. I hear the Akai Headrush has something about the switches that make it very easy to use, but I like to think the Ditto is similar enough. Plus it's smaller. Oddly enough, my Timebender has a looper that uses the digital screen to give timing cues. That plus the ability to pitchshift and harmonize the loop was really useful, but I ended up just staring at the floor. The spongey footswitch type that those pedals use made it a little tricky to use as well, there wasn't any click or anything so you knew for sure you had gotten it.


Except that the stereo Supermoon (it's called the Eclipse, I think) has a button that switches the voicing from 'regular' to 'chrome.' So you should buy it. Immediately. The only reason I went for the Bloodmoon is because I've only got one amp these days.

I'm pretty sold on the EHX 720 at this point, but the Headrush and Timebender definitely have my attention.

odontophobia wrote:I actually bought the PN2, BAT Pharaoh and Boss Super Phaser PH2 for $240. Just sold the PN2 on Reverb for $140 plus shipping. Didn't even try it. Tremolo isn't for me.


That's a steal for those pedals, especially once you flip the PN2. I picked up a PH2 recently as well. Great syrupy phase for not a ton of dollars. Plus now I can play all the Incubus covers I want :lol:


Yeah. I was gonna flip the phaser but I think I’m gonna give it another whirl and see how it goes.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:47 pm

Yea, $140 would have been out of bounds for me, cool that you got a nice return, sounds like a deal! Panning is something I really want to try, but it's far from the core of my sound, you know? I did look at the Behringer PN-2 clone, but I think either it or the VB-2 clone are discontinued.

I'm beginning to hate knowing things. Ragginfraggin stereo reverb...

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:29 am

Obligatory King Woman are rad post.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:13 am

I have avoided checking them out because their name is dumb, but i clicked on it while browsing other stuff and its not that bad. Makes me wanna listen to Windhand, but its better than I expected them to be based off the name alone. Thanks for turning me onto some decent new tunes.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Fri Feb 23, 2018 7:10 pm

Yeah that album is guilty of meandering a little, but it’s mostly solid.
Their first release, Doubt (which we discussed ages ago when it came out) is probably more consistent but they’re branching out a bit on this one with pretty cool results on the whole.
The new Windhand split sounds pretty rad.

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:32 am

hola doomboiz

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:38 am

What’s up!?

Re: The Doom Room: ILF Edition

Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:42 pm

PELLIOT!

Also, I done bought myself one of the 720 loopers. Had a few minutes to mess around with it this afternoon and so far I'm pretty pleased. I was able to get a seamless loop of a simple progression, so that's all I can really ask for as far as usability goes.
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