1. avatar Deestroyer
    Haven't picked it up yet (left a handsome deposit), and just gave it a short whizz in the shap before making a snap purchase. Sounded like it had a lot of possibilities, and it was small enough to fit in my effects board. Does anyone know anything about this little unit? I fear I may have bought in error, but I'm not sure... Damn my cavalier spontaneity..
  2. avatar Lap Dog Shuffle
    I get the impression that it's been designed as a space-saver - combining all the effects you don't use that often (tap tremolo/chorus/flanger/phaser) in one pedal...

    Handy because you can use two effects at once, tap tempo on either or both effects, store presets etc.
  3. avatar Deestroyer
    Yeah, the space save is the main reason I bought it. My main worry is that it's digital (I'm a bit of a bleep when it comes to this stuff) and the rest of my pedals are analogue (i think, all boss single stomps and a DOD equalizer, they'd all be analogue, right?), so was I worried this might affect my present overall tone which I'm happy with, although its a little limited (hence the purchase). Apparently putting an analogue signal into a digital unit, which turns it back into analogue going into my valve amp can end the world in a ghostbusters crossing the streams kinda way, according to some guitar forums. I don't know if I've made a blunder, but I pick up the little devil tomorrow. Another sleepless night then...
  4. avatar Recycled Alien
    I think you can relax about the analogue/digital issue. All signals are analogue.

    As you probably know, a digital effect converts the analogue signal to digital data internally and modifies it with software. Then it converts back to analogue for the output.

    So all your pedals are analogue in and analogue out. As long as the volume levels and impedance are "normal" in them all, they should work fine in any order you want to try.
  5. avatar Lap Dog Shuffle
    [quote:d3a00b7ffe="Deestroyer"]Yeah, the space save is the main reason I bought it. My main worry is that it's digital (I'm a bit of a bleep when it comes to this stuff) and the rest of my pedals are analogue (i think, all boss single stomps and a DOD equalizer, they'd all be analogue, right?), so was I worried this might affect my present overall tone which I'm happy with, although its a little limited (hence the purchase). Apparently putting an analogue signal into a digital unit, which turns it back into analogue going into my valve amp can end the world in a ghostbusters crossing the streams kinda way, according to some guitar forums. I don't know if I've made a blunder, but I pick up the little devil tomorrow. Another sleepless night then...[/quote:d3a00b7ffe]Heh, I'm the same with mine but just because a pedal is analogue doesn't mean it won't effect your clean signal... The TC pedals aren't true bypass but are (supposedly) clean, if you're worried just stick it on an [url=http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Dual-Looper-True-Bypass-Effects-Switcher_W0QQitemZ150306477013QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item150306477013&_trkparms=72%3A1301|39%3A1|66%3A2|65%3A12|240%3A1318&_trksid=p3911.c0.m14]effects loop[/url] and cast it to the furthest reaches of your pedal-board.
  6. avatar Deestroyer
    Great, thanks lads!
  7. avatar Deestroyer
    Got it last night night, and it is actually pretty class. Everything from tasty chorus to weird Dr Who and spaceship type sounds. Lit.
  8. avatar chrisjedijane
    Yeah, they're nice little pedals.

    I wouldn't worry about the whole digital/analogue thing - that Boss Bassman pedal that you're using is digital (and not true bypass either) and I bet you didn't know until now. It's all about how it sounds, in the end.
  9. avatar Deestroyer
    [quote:b5e68cc97a="chrisjedijane"]Yeah, they're nice little pedals.

    I wouldn't worry about the whole digital/analogue thing - that Boss Bassman pedal that you're using is digital (and not true bypass either) and I bet you didn't know until now. It's all about how it sounds, in the end.[/quote:b5e68cc97a]

    You're absolutely right, I didn't know that and I love that bassman pedal (sounds like a pissed off tiger). The other thing I don't know is how you know i use a fender bassman pedal? Do you live in my mind?
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  10. avatar Deestroyer
    Ah ha... I know who you are now. Cheers Chris! You're practically responsible for most of my pedal board. I probably owe you some sort of guitar tech fee...