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Re: Re: just a casual reminder....
I confess. I am a close friend of Mr. Vex. I designed the "Woolley
Mammoth" pedal. It is a fuzz which is amazing on bass. It also does some
blistering things to a guitar, too. It could be used in an effect LOOP.
(there's the word!).
Recently I've been re-discovering the delay modes of my DP/PRO. There is a
cross-regen parameter which is calibrated in degrees. It causes a panning
effect like no other. It seems to pan the different areas of the spectrum
differently. Left in the infinite repeat mode, a signal evolves into a VERY
I would love to have another one.
If anyone hears about one for sale, let me know.
At 03:57 PM 4/21/98 -0700, you wrote:
> Hey thanks, Trevor!
> I'm glad Thomas W. piped up about Kim's girlfriend thread...
> Now everyone contributed to that one didn't they? *That* was
> interesting reading! 8-> Kim... Do you own a fuzzbox? Aren't you the
> least bit curious?
> I seem to remember one Z. Vex box which was designed by Chuck
> Is that *our* Chuck Zwicky? (How many could there be?) Maybe a short
> 20 page review of that one, with looping references please, might
> satiate our sick lust for guitar and all related information! 8-)=
> Once again...
>>>just a casual reminder....
>>>...that this is LOOPER'S Delight, not Guitar Player's Delight.....
>>>Now, some of you six-string wunderkinds may find this completely
>>>but a lot of people here don't even play guitar! I know it's hard to
>>>believe, but it's true! Guess how interested they are in long
>>>about guitar playing that have no looping content whatsoever?
>>I though I ought to jump out here for old Mike's support here...
>Hey! 44's not that old... ;-> I'm regressing every day! Soon (not soon
>I'll be blatheringly happy and making happy retirement noise...
>>Not that this has ever happened, but if there was ever a thread that I
>>was interminably dull (inconceivable, but one must accept the remote
>>possibility :-), I just delete the message. I've thought about this, and
>>my gear geekery exceeds that of all but a few of my friends, we all seem
>>pretty much tied. In fact, sometimes I feel like the Luddite of the
>>(tube amp, twenty-five year old pedals, 30+ year old guitar, and a
>>When the discussions of the various software programs for sequencing,
>>time-stretching, etc come along, I just erase them, after browsing
>>Please don't take my pedal reviews away!
>>And I agree that this is the most stimulating list that I belong to, in
>>ways, despite the fact that our musical tastes seem to differ. What I
>>about the discussions we have here is that most of us seem to be a group
>>challenges their current aestetics.
>>Not to mention we seem to be an exceedingly funny bunch as well.