monolith wrote:I also cant live without my foxx tone machine. maggot brain fuzz!
pricklyrobot wrote:monolith wrote:I also cant live without my foxx tone machine. maggot brain fuzz!
Have you tried the Danelectro clone of the Tone Machine (the French Toast)? I've had the Danelectro for a while now and really enjoy its unholy noise-making abilities, but I'm curious as to how it stacks up to the real thing (supposedly the guy who invented the original Tone Machine is the current head of Danelectro; not that that necessarily means anything).
That'd be awesome, thanks. Or even if you don't have time to record, just your thoughts on how the two compare would be cool to hear.monolith wrote:No, I havent tried the french toast, but i was going to buy one this week. Hopefully it does stand up to the foxx though, because I dont really want to take it on tour.
I'll have to get it shipped from the US, so I wont have it for a week or two.. but I'll record a comparison and email it to you if you like?
Yeah, I heard the same thing about JAMC and the Shin Ei, although something I read said theirs was broken and thus sounded even more messed-up than normal. Build Your Own Clone just put out a Superfuzz clone, is that the one you mean, or does GGG have one too? Wish I had unlimited time to solder, and a better-paying job.monolith wrote:Yeah, Shin-Ei Companions are great, my friend has one. I believe it's the fuzz that the Jesus and Mary chain used. Great chainsaw/lawnmower analogy! I'll be looking into the GGG kit soon. I think they just released a copy of the old superfuzz, which is well worth checking out too.
I'd love to hear a bit of both. I mainly use the French Toast with guitar, but I've gotten some great sounds plugging, particularly, my CZ-1000 into it as well.It wont be a hassle to record a comparison because sadly, I have a little too much time on my hands
I just bought a french toast off of Ebay this morning (NEW for $15US!) so it should arrive mid next week, then I'll get to work. Would you want synth or guitar sounds or both?
garranimal wrote:Right now my fav pedal is the RE-20 space echo. Nicely emulates the RE-201 without messing with tapes.
I'm surprised the Boss RT-20 Rotary Ensemble hasn't been mentioned here yet. Been jonesing for one about a year and had to put it on order. GC has decidedly discontinued stocking them and they can only be ordered online. Can understand why guitar players may not be into the RT-20, but any synth/organ players out there using this?
TrondC wrote:I almost picked up a RE-20 locally for ca $120, but decided I want to save up for other gear instead..
then I passed up an RT-20 for around $70.. damn those two would probably sound VERY nice chained
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