Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

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Re: Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

Postby lucas » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:55 pm

Casavettes wrote:I'm sure this has been said before but just to reiterate this point, I want every single EQD pedal

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Re: Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

Postby nightterrors » Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:02 pm

Kayzer wrote:
nightterrors wrote:Really debating getting rid of the GD to get the DT SR... Has anyone played them side by side yet? The DT SR is definitely more whacky.

I have a regular Disaster Transport and Ghost Echo next to the new SR.
Since the Ghost Disaster is a simple DT Jr and a Ghost Echo combo i should be able to compare them.

I can tell you both are pretty different pedals with a different approach.
Ghost Disaster is a regular Delay with more tweakable reverb section.

The Disaster Transport is something completely different.
2 Delays mixable with the Bleed Knob - running them in paralell or series
Modulation from subtle to crazy (ring mod, warped vinyl or ambient shimmer)
Dual Oscillation in parallel or series
2 Exp. Options
The Reverb is a bit simpler than the Ghost Echo.

Sounds a bit more lo-fi and retro to my ears compared to the regular Disaster Transport
No Tone Knob for the colour of the repeats…

Yeah the GD is definitely more of a traditional reverb/delay, but they really compliment each other.
Sounds like they're both different monsters then!
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Re: Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

Postby bugzaney » Thu Mar 28, 2013 8:57 pm

the warden makes me wish i had a use for a compressor. alas, i do not and just want more EQD.

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Re: Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

Postby Almonds » Sat Mar 30, 2013 5:40 pm

just ordered a warden from prymaxe :)
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Re: Disaster Transport SR and The Warden

Postby Fuzz_Pi » Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:16 pm

Sorry to necro this thread

...but does anyone know if the Disaster Transport SR has a trimpot inside in place of the Tone knob on the standard Disaster Transport? Or is the filter on the Delay pre-set to a certain value?

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