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New Gear at NAMM 2015

Discussion in 'Backline' started by Delitzsch, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. Sloan

    Sloan Sounds like shit!

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    I think the idea is more that the groove take just virtually no space and fits your typical tiny traveller bag. Its sole purpose is to just drive headphones. I like it, it has one function, it will normally do it well, and I personally want this a lot because I travel every week or so and I use a jack>6.55mm adapter anyway, to mix on the laptop sound card. So it would be an absolute win for me.
     
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    NAMM was a bit of a let down for me this year. Not that much in the way of interesting effects for guitar, which is usually what I am looking for being the pedalwhore that I am. The Source Audio Nemesis delay is probably going to be in my shopping cart once it is released. Other than that... not really very much I care about.
     
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    Hi Drew! I am interested in a delay pedal too so i will check this one. Have u seen the trex replicator this year? Real tape echo cobtrolled digitally. Jorg also released a sdd 3000 in pedal form but in a bit skeptical as to wether it is using similar components (especially the preamp). Although the old unit sounded great as well im jot sure it is the type of sound i need either. Will have to listen.

    So far (although not namm 15 related) i am leaning towards the strymon timeline. What is your opinion on that?
     
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    Was excited about the jubilee but heard a demo that wasnt amazing. Hopefully it soubds nuch better than what i heard.
     
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    Almost bought an original Silver Jubilee for 500 euros in the 90's but found out it was stolen. The first Slash signature (not the AFD) is the same amp though.
     
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    Definitely checkout the Source Audio Nemesis dude, I think it could be a Strymon Timeline killer!

    That Korg SDD3000 looks great, but the form factor is a bit odd... I had the Vox Tonelab which is developed by the same dev team AFAIK, and it's too tall at the front which makes stomping it a bit difficult, and the sounds weren't fully there.

    Right now I'm using two DD7's in tandem with each other. They work great!
     
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