Ep. 83 - Does The Pickup Have Reverb?
Welcome Ryan "Fluff" Bruce to the show! Check out what he's up to over at https://www.youtube.com/user/fluff191
Pickup the Sleep City EP by Rest, Repose here: https://restrepose.bandcamp.com/
SPINAL TAP! (stab: Way Huge Green Rhino)
EHX Canyon Delay & Looper (stab: Bogner Burnley Distortion)
3 second digital delay with 60 second looper
Looper will save loops after power down!
Hold tap divide switch for secondary controls on delay/feedback
Mod depth/speed for example
11 delay modes: digital, modulated, multi tap (this is awesome), reverse, deluxe memory man, tape, reverb + delay, octave delay, shimmer, sample and hold, looper
Multi tap is like a set number of repeats with no decay. They just stop after delay time is reached
Octave is one octave up on each repeat
Features built in tap tempo as well as external tap jack, internal switch for delay trails, and delay subdivisions
Seymour Duncan Duality Pickups (Stab: Chase Bliss Audio Warped Vinyl)
Best of active and passive pickups in one
More emphasis on the coils and magnet than traditional actives
Still offers low noise, high headroom and signal strength
Tight lows, strong mids, and clear highs
“A lot of string content built into the voicing”, so not as much preamp sound
Black or zebra open coil, neck, bridge, or matched sets.
Red Witch Empress Chorus - http://www.redwitchpedals.com/empress
Questions for Ryan “Fluff” Bruce - https://www.youtube.com/user/fluff191
Beard files on “Does tuning down make you heavier” https://youtu.be/oqRhA4pDc4Y
Has your opinion changed? What tuning do you primarily use and why?
Discussion: Do you guys think with the advent of pro-level modeling (Fractal, Kemper, etc) we’ll start to hear tones that are unique to those devices. Will bands start to create guitar tones that are technically unachievable in traditional tube amps?
Basically, will “modeling” go away and be replaced with new sounds
- Sort of related to your “WIll tube amps always be a thing” video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYRvq4RAC9c