I'm a fan of running a medium-gain fuzz into a low gain overdrive for all sorts of weird squelchy overtone-laded stuff, and having it in one pedal is very appealing, plus it'll do the usual clean>dirt>boostyOD> stuff, AND you can run the 2 sides in parallel, AND save presets.
That said, $349 (which will be £349)is a bit fucking steep, and that is mostly paying for all the crazy digital control/expression/preset stuff that I'd most likely not use. That's like... 2/3 of a AC15 money
Not sure about that fuzz sound used on its own, yeuck.. I'm hoping that it's actually 2 sounds running in parallel (sounds like it), maybe one to try in person first... _________________ andrew floss musics
The new DigiTech CabDryVR Dual Cabinet Simulator pedal features a selection of 14 all new great sounding guitar and bass cab impulse responses. Now you can run direct from your pedal board or preamp through the CabDryVR to your mixing board, in-ear monitors or DAW and get high quality cabinet emulation without the need for a real cabinet.
The CabDryVR features dual inputs and outputs, one of which has an optional dry path that can run to your on stage amp. The CabDryVR Cabinet Tuningô Size control was developed for the venerated GNX Series and morphs the resonant peak of the cabinet to create custom cab sizes and tones. Individual output level controls let you balance each cabinetís volume in the mix.
The CabDryVR uses a 9VDC power supply to easily integrate into your existing pedalboard.
CabDryVR Dual Cabinet Emulator Pedal
StompLockô - This unique new device fits snugly over the Nautila's control knobs to protect your finely-tuned settings from drops, bumps and kicks that inevitably take place when you perform.
Die cut Hook-and-loop Pedalboard Pad - This is a high-density mounting pad for stick and stay, semi-permanent mounting of the CabDryVR on pedalboards. It is also easily unmounted for pedalboard reconfiguration.
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Studio Quality Guitar and Bass Cabinet Impulse Responses in a Pedal
7 Guitar and 7 Bass Cabinets that can be mixed and tuned (14 cabinets total)
Dual Inputs and Outputs with separate cabinets on each
Cabinet B features an analog dry output for connecting directly to an amp
Output Clip indicator LED
Mono In/Dual Cabinet Out
Compact Size with Soft Click Vacuum-Style Footswitch
True Bypass circuitry preserves your tone when the pedal is not in use
High-Voltage operation for uncompromised signal quality
Cab 1 - Vintage American 2x12"
Cab 2 - Vintage British 2x12"
Cab 3 - British Green Slant 4x12"
Cab 4 - British Straight 4x12"
Cab 5 - Heavy American 4x12"
Cab 6 - Smooth Custom 4x12"
Cab 7 - Small Combo 1x8"
Has already been out a few months, but I really like the look of the MXR Phase 95. Has phase 45 and 90, script and block modes (so 4 different phasers) in one micro pedal, true bypass and still analogue etc.
Love what DOD/Digitech have been coming up with the past few years: Cut out all the bullshit clone Digitechs (Bad Monkey etc.), reissue their decent late '70s pedals, the Carcosa, FreqOut, Rubberneck...
Also love the DOD aesthetic.
Just good shit.
Be interested to check out the volume pedal so I can dance around in a shawl and riff out to "Dreams".
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