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Dreadbox nymphes

Post: # 1426338Post lorez »

After seeing a lot about this at Superbooth I couldn't resist putting a deposit down for one. A 6 voice analog poly synth for less than £500 is amazing and the dreadbox stuff always sounds amazing

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Re: Dreadbox nymphes

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It really does look very nice.
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Re: Dreadbox nymphes

Post: # 1431075Post lorez »

after several days of getting to know this thing I can truly say it sounds epic. The mono output isn't an issue and I'm playing it through a stereo effect. Add in lots of bit reverb and fuzz and it's instant blade runner. The menu is easy once you learn it and the extent to how it can be modulated internally is brilliant. I'm now going to see if I can set up cc values so that I can control some of the parameters through my push so that performance could be easier.

Also the foot print of this is so small, build quality seems good. For less than £500 its hard to think of an analog poly that delivers similar impacts.
plopswagon wrote:I like teles and strats because they're made out of guitar.
robroe wrote:I dont need a capo. I have the other chords in my tonefingers
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