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Strange effect pedals.

Do any of you guys know of any cool/strange effect pedals? I looking for pedal I can make a lot of cool noises with.
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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/23/2009 12:37 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Old analog delays! You can have a lot of fun with the feedback control as well as the speed and intensity if they can chorus/flange.



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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/23/2009 9:03 AM

Ken Richardson (9051) wrote:

I had an old delay that made some funky noises if you adjusted some of the settings as you were playing notes through it.

Looking back, would be fun to wire that up so that you could adjust one of those settings with a foot pedal as you play!



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11/23/2009 10:24 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Yngwie used to do that alot in concert. You can hear it in some of his recordings as well as other artists from the late 70's to the early 80's plugging that old analog delay.

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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/23/2009 11:38 AM

Inactive Member wrote:

Look at the Adrenalinn A3, I talk about the virtues of this pedal all the time.

Also look at the Digitech GNX-4 - they "say" they offer genetic modelling which will let you morph amp sounds and effects in an organic way.

Cin

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11/23/2009 1:48 PM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

I also like the Rotovibe. You can Tremolo and Chorus/phase with that baby. The sweep speed is controllable via foot - Great stuff!

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11/24/2009 4:51 AM

Martin Pinder (2427) wrote:

I love the Rotovibe too ! Great for getting that Robin Trower sound on "Bridge of Sighs", a much under-rated guitarist.

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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/24/2009 9:56 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Trower is great! Try the Electro Harmonix Electric Mistress, you will nail the Trower sound with that baby!



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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/24/2009 7:24 PM

Matt Wood (2844) wrote:

some of my stanger ones are
EHX hog- harmonic ocatve generator
Moog- mooger fooger ring modulator
And a SIB vibrato pedal

But apart from the vibrato I havent really been ususig the other 2 much . Some of the best weird sounds to me can be made with a volume pedal running into a delay pedal





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11/25/2009 3:40 PM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

LOL, I have been wanting to try one of those Mooger Fooger pedals!

Chris





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11/25/2009 4:20 PM

Matt Wood (2844) wrote:

they're great fun and tehy sound amazing but over time I've found they really arnt good for live use. more of a studio thing. They have a real wide range of sounds and take some dialing in to get a sound





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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/26/2009 10:10 PM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Brother Chris, sounds like you are swearing at me - lol!!!

I too always wondered what they would sound like as well.





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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/28/2009 9:32 AM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

I know there's a YouTube video on them (Mooger Fooger), but, I haven't watched at it yet.

Chris



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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/25/2009 5:27 AM

Martin Pinder (2427) wrote:

I used to have an Electric Mistress pedal many years ago, great bit of kit. The Electro Harmonix range has some terrific sounds, the build quality can be a bit suspect though !



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11/25/2009 10:01 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

The case may have wild designs but the product is durable. The newer effects have cases that look really strong as compared to EH but they last a long time.



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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/27/2009 4:41 PM

Chris Pinto (24466) wrote:

I gotta say, the best Chorus & Reverb pedals I own are both Electro Harmonix. I love their sound & tone! VERY WARM! Even though I can agree, they are a bit on the cheesy side of build-quality, but, for overall sound & tone, I haven't found better units!

Chris



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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/28/2009 1:05 AM

Randy Hano (12149) wrote:

Amen Brother CP! That is why I use a memory man for my delay.

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Re: Strange effect pedals.

11/28/2009 2:37 PM

Jeremy Ledford (14379) wrote:

you want strange....

www.metasonix.com


accept no substitutes. they are the kings of odd and strange.