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Re: Electro-harmonic Superego

I pulled the trigger Sunday and bought one at a local Guitar Centre. Didnt explore it fully as I wanted to just run scales and jam. One thing I noticed off the bat was that bass-ier sounds tended to distort (I like the bridge pickup with humbuckers) so maybe I have to revert to the neck or middle setting of my guitar.

I think I'm going to put together a kind of quick start as well so I can remember what the key elements of control do as they can act differently based on main function selected (ie latch, etc.).


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Subject: Re: Electro-harmonic Superego
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I have both.

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On Mar 10, 2013, at 6:13 AM, "andy butler" <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

> Sure, been playing with it just recently.
> What do you need to know?
> andy
> Paul Richards wrote:
>> Are there any users of these out there? I watched a very impressive video of the Superego on YouTube. I had a sort of precursor of the Superego once (the Freeze pedal) but I Got very bored of that pedal real fast.
>> The Superego pedal though, seems very robust. Particularly the Glide feature for creating ambiant textures.
>> Paul