What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?



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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby odontophobia » Tue May 21, 2019 10:35 am

Got an MS-50G on the way.

Pretty excited. Just did some pedalboard adjusting because I hate everything including music so I’m hoping this all makes me happy.

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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby MechaGodzilla » Tue May 21, 2019 10:55 am

Phase 100. I still would rather get a whirlwind for size/sound but i know the 100 is great and i got it cheap
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby gila_crisis » Wed May 22, 2019 3:49 am

I got a Boss HM3 Hyper Metal! I love the HM2 so I was curios about the HM3.
And I like it a lot!
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby Pepe » Wed May 22, 2019 5:09 am

I love both the HM-2 and HM-3 to pieces! :love: The HM-3 is such an underestimated beast. It does also sound awesome with an octaver before it!
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby gila_crisis » Wed May 22, 2019 6:21 am

Pepe wrote:I love both the HM-2 and HM-3 to pieces! :love: The HM-3 is such an underestimated beast. It does also sound awesome with an octaver before it!


yes indeed! THese HMs and the DOD Death Metal are the best distorion pedals ever. Also with synths and noise machines!! :!!!:
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby Dowi » Thu May 23, 2019 7:39 am

Dowi wrote:Got a TAFM incoming.
Been wanting it for ages.
And it is PINK.

:!!!:


Arrived today, spent the last hour jamming with it.
Obviously you all already know it, but let me said it anyway: this thing is amazing. The dirty circuit on the dry signal mixed with the rest (phase inversion on) is one of the best dirt sounds i have had in months, and I'm not even using my main amp.

I was on the fly and placed it first in the chain followed by a low gain overdrive and it sounds nuts anyway.

Now I've got to decide what to take out of the board to make room for it.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby fuzzonaut » Thu May 23, 2019 2:22 pm

Dunwich Spatial Rift

It's like the Temporal Rift but with Fuzz instead of Reverb (im not a Reverb guy).
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby Jwar » Thu May 23, 2019 4:18 pm

I've got a Megalith v2 coming in tomorrow that I'm pumped to try out! I have yet to try the second version and I'm anticipating love here. Alan told me there's even dip switches to mess with. I'm hoping for a slightly more tamable Megalith with more definition. I can use it the other way as well however, just not as often.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby ck3 » Fri May 24, 2019 12:40 am

Definitely curious about that Megalith V2. I had a dminner clone a while back and wish it had been retained long enough to try with tubes.

The Jim Jones Cult of Tone 1913 arrived and looks full-on steampunk snazzy in its custom wooden box, while a Barge Concepts BB-jr is currently being held at the local post office. Both will have to wait until the weekend for the usual reasons. Until then, a slightly-discounted Paradox Futura is inbound, and, unless Memorial Day sales offer notable discounts on other shortlist items, that will be it for a bit.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby JM Charcot » Mon May 27, 2019 3:04 am

gila_crisis wrote:
JM Charcot wrote:
gila_crisis wrote:I just got the EHX Switchblade Pro, as an upgrade of my old Boss LS2, to switch between guitar and synths prior entering the pedalboard.
So far I'm really very delighted!
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Nice new addition to the switchers !

Just wondering, you can adjust the return volume, but not the send?


Yes, only the return volume. but on the sends you have phase switches, inside the pedal.
Very glad I got this. It does everything I was able to do with the Boss LS2, and more! The true bypass is very welcome, especially when after the switcher I have noise/oscillor fuzz pedals, which never liked buffers at all.
I love that you can switch really quickly between the returns, in a synth/noise setup it gives you a lot of flexibility!



It looks like you were lucky finding one, at the moment in Europe they are still out of stock..
I ordered one anyway, worth the wait :)
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby ck3 » Mon May 27, 2019 9:22 pm

Dirt cheap Valeton mini-Boss clones (Loft series) on Amazon proved too tempting, so I caved during the weekend and grabbed the (3 way modded) DS-1 and TW-1 knockoffs, the first of which arrived today.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby nogodsnobedtimes » Thu May 30, 2019 10:37 am

I got a Script 90 coming. I've been after a good phaser but wasn't thrilled with the Phase 90s mid boost and apparent volume jump. Nothing else seemed interesting, but then I learned the Script 90 is different and much smoother. So I yolo'd one.

Also an MXR Analog Chorus cuz the Julia is dull.

Also a baritone neck for a JM.

Also a Mastery tele bridge.

I have a lot to do this weekend.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby Zounds Perspex » Thu May 30, 2019 8:58 pm

Just sent a deposit on a "Mick Ronson in a box" kinda pedal. cocked Jen wah and MKI Bender. :joy:
Maybe partying will help.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby MrNovember » Thu May 30, 2019 9:06 pm

Just received a purple sparkle Rainbow Machine! So happy to have one of these again. Finally exploring the more tame and useful side of this pedal.
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Re: What is in the post? GAS makes me more creative right?

Postby Chankgeez » Thu May 30, 2019 9:11 pm

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