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Here is something brand new to chew on, for those explicitly wanting a pedal or not quite ready to get the 6G15 unit:

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Digitech press release

Looks interesting! Thanks for sharing...will check it out. And again, I bet no one will play surf when they release the 'introductory video' Big Grin

The Hicadoolas

OK, I am a bit of a 'foot gazer' these things looks cool, to be able to change the pedal, neat.
Has anyone actually player one? Especially the new spring reverb?

'Surf Music Lasts Forever'

Oh, I got this wrong. This is just a plugin?

The Hicadoolas

I checked the web sites. New concept. Its a single pedal/stomp box that you can download different effects to. Like installing a new app on your ipad, only one effect at a time though. Cool idea
Now I just use a Boss RV-5 digital reverb, which is pretty good for straight reverb (only on the hall or plate setting, the spring setting is rubbish) I will get a Fender reverb tank one day, nothing like that 'wet sound'

'Surf Music Lasts Forever'

Last edited: May 18, 2012 04:46:55

Wow! That's a fantastic & innovative product idea. Love that they have "try & (then) buy" - at least that's what the advertising video says.

$150 for the iStomp case, and a growing number of pedal models for $6.99 - $9.99 a pop (some for $0.99, some for $0.00) in-app purchases. Pretty compelling offer.

Maybe even more so if they bundled a muli-pedal price break - 1 for $150, 2 for $290, 3 for $400 or whatever ( Hmmm Hmmm.. where's that hiring requisition for product manager)

fady

I took a look at this last time I was in a guitar center. It really is a genius idea. I was wondering about the prices of the apps, but Fady cleared it up.

Now, if Fender can figure out a way to put their Amplitube 63 Reverb algorhythm in app form for this...mmmmmmm...mmmm

Kill, Baby...Kill! ... Apocalyptic Surf Punk from the bowels of Alabama!

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http://www.deepeddy.net/artists/killbabykill/
www.reverbnation.com/killbabykillal
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Damn. These days it seems you can't play guitar if you don't have an iPhone Whatever

Old punkers never die... They just become surf rockers.

Last edited: May 18, 2012 14:25:08

LeeVanCleef wrote:

Damn. These days it seems you can't play guitar if you don't have an iPhone Whatever

Well, at least you don't have to get the pedal d/l via Facebook! That'd be two (or more) strikes against me... Uh-Oh Back to the basement.

Rick

if they get enough patches im interested in ill probably pick one of these up someday

http://dinosaurghost.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/DinosaurGhostBand
https://www.facebook.com/BigRyanGraphicDesign
http://60cyclehumpodcast.tumblr.com/

I suppose this is the logical consequence of the FPGA movement. No chips, just chip emulators.

... Wait, somebody just texted me on my pedal. I can't tap my toes and play at the same time.

Not for me. It doesn't have the warmth of an authentic "hard" pedal.

Last edited: May 18, 2012 16:18:16

i think for me the attraction isnt to have a pedal that would be the core of my tone, but to have something flexible that i can use like a 'swiss army knife' where it has tons of tools even though none of them are really super good examples of that tool

i don't use modulations very often but every now and then i find myself thinking 'i could really use a (insert random modulation) right now" i don't want to have to lug around a phaser, flanger, chorus, auto wah,etc when im only going to really use one of those at once and maybe only a few times during a gig

http://dinosaurghost.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/DinosaurGhostBand
https://www.facebook.com/BigRyanGraphicDesign
http://60cyclehumpodcast.tumblr.com/

Hobbyists have a new piece of gear that will be obsolete in a couple years to debate the tonal/ease of use advantages of.

I can see it being a useful and inexpensive studio tool if they get some licensed apps for it.

Kill, Baby...Kill! ... Apocalyptic Surf Punk from the bowels of Alabama!

www.killbabykill.com
http://www.deepeddy.net/artists/killbabykill/
www.reverbnation.com/killbabykillal
www.facebook.com/killbabykillal

There's a demo here:

http://digitech.com/en/products/spring-tank-reverb

http://www.reverbnation.com/thedeadranchhands

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZEW74mHjQk

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