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so my axe fx arrived today

 

hoe lee fuck

 

Will see you in three years time :LOL: Enjoy it. Sooo good

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Will see you in three years time :LOL: Enjoy it. Sooo good

 

took me 4 hours to play through all the factory presets :LOL:

 

does it #chuggz

 

#chuggz4dayz

 

but in all seriousness it is the jesus of guitar gear

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Pretty much lost it when the dog started chasing its tail

 

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Anyone with a Whammy DT notice that it sounds a bit odd when it's switched on and there's a fuzz factory on in front of it? Not sure how to describe it, sort of more treble and starts to sound kind of horrible :LOL: Might be a problem with my pedal if no one else has this

 

Whammy IV "sucks the tone out" a bit but this thing with the DT is a lot more noticeable. The pedal sounds really good clean though.

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Mother of god

 

 

I came across that the other day and I actually think that they are the worst band ever formed!

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If they're stock, you might be able to get the details from the manufacturer. Are you thinking about upgrading them?

 

Also, finally finished this last night. Going to be putting it through its paces with the guy its built for at some stage over the weekend, so I might be able to get a little clip or two.

http://i58.tinypic.com/23vm715.jpg

 

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34zn3vd.jpg

 

Yeah beer got in the way of demos. Its now in Canadia. I've the board for 2 more made, but they won't be finished till the end of may cos I have professional exams soon

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Anyone with a Whammy DT notice that it sounds a bit odd when it's switched on and there's a fuzz factory on in front of it? Not sure how to describe it, sort of more treble and starts to sound kind of horrible :LOL: Might be a problem with my pedal if no one else has this

 

Whammy IV "sucks the tone out" a bit but this thing with the DT is a lot more noticeable. The pedal sounds really good clean though.

 

If you've ever used a FF and a Whammy at the same time, you should know better, haha! :rolleyes:

 

Anyway, I'd say the DT doesn't suck the tone from the FF as much as the IV, but it still does quite a lot on the DT or pitch shifting settings. Works quite nicely on the harmonies however. Not sure about the noise you're talking about as I can't say I've ever had that. :erm:

 

Also, couriers who put a card through the door for redelivery without even knocking are bloody useless. Now I have to wait until Tuesday/Wednesday because of a stupid bank holiday weekend. ¬_¬

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If you've ever used a FF and a Whammy at the same time, you should know better, haha! :rolleyes:

 

Anyway, I'd say the DT doesn't suck the tone from the FF as much as the IV, but it still does quite a lot on the DT or pitch shifting settings. Works quite nicely on the harmonies however. Not sure about the noise you're talking about as I can't say I've ever had that. :erm:

 

Also, couriers who put a card through the door for redelivery without even knocking are bloody useless. Now I have to wait until Tuesday/Wednesday because of a stupid bank holiday weekend. ¬_¬

 

Haha, yeah I should have expected some problem with the two pedals. It's not really a noise, just messes up the fuzz sound. After using it a bit more it sounds like some of the low end is taken out when either side of the DT is on. Suppose I'll get used to it though.

 

Other than that it's an amazing pedal. The drop tune stuff is better than I expected. Can pay loads of Biffy songs in drop D now :D

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I think all the whammy's kill some low end to a degree, guess there's not really a workaround.

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Behringer bought TC Electronic...I wonder how Tore feels

 

When did this happen? I probably should hurry up and buy any TC pedal I was considering...

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I'd do it now so you aren't charged 200% more than what you have to pay already as they turn it into a "premium brand". Granted, that group owns Tannoy and their studio monitors are still ace.

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Behringer pedals with toneprints anyone?

 

I can't see them changing much. TC's strategy is doing wonders for them, no need to change anything.

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Haha, yeah I should have expected some problem with the two pedals. It's not really a noise, just messes up the fuzz sound. After using it a bit more it sounds like some of the low end is taken out when either side of the DT is on. Suppose I'll get used to it though.

 

Other than that it's an amazing pedal. The drop tune stuff is better than I expected. Can pay loads of Biffy songs in drop D now :D

 

Yeah, there's just so much that comes out of the FF I think and the Whammies have never really been able to handle it all. It is a great pedal though. As long as you've got a separate overdrive/distortion, you can just switch between the two, even if it'd be nice to keep the fuzz going, haha!

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Yeah, there's just so much that comes out of the FF I think and the Whammies have never really been able to handle it all. It is a great pedal though. As long as you've got a separate overdrive/distortion, you can just switch between the two, even if it'd be nice to keep the fuzz going, haha!

 

I think it's more to do with the limitations of the d/a conversion, and latency with the low frequencies. But yes, I agree the huge low end of the ff makes it very noticeable.

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My FF runs perfectly through my Bass Whammy. I can even harmonise the oscillations.

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