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Some interesting looking pedals... #2984929 04/13/19 01:12 PM
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Anybody worked with any of these pedal? They talk a good game, anybody know if they can score?

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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: picker] #2985570 04/17/19 08:04 AM
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So far I`ve only found them at this place, it`s a bit far to go for a tryout. Looks like they`re around $100 each. I`m surprised they`re not in Tokyo, at least not yet.
https://www.soundhouse.co.jp/search/index?s_maker_cd=3999&i_type=m


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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: skipclone 1] #2985598 04/17/19 11:26 AM
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I have one of their utility boxes. It's just a simple one way bypass switcher. It's well made and works fine.


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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: picker] #2985633 04/17/19 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted By: picker
Anybody worked with any of these pedal? They talk a good game, anybody know if they can score?

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FYI Picker. I just ordered the Iguana Tail Loop model from MF for $229. Most places are selling it for $299.

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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: picker] #2985672 04/17/19 03:12 PM
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Originally Posted By: picker
They talk a good game, anybody know if they can score?


If Bjrn Juhl is involved, it's practically certain that their quality is top-notch at the very least. I have not had the pleasure of any of his products or designs (so many pedals and devices in this world, so little time in this life! grin wink ); but besides his stellar reputation to go by, years ago, a friend of mine knew him and bought and loved a number of his pedals.


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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: Delta] #2985709 04/17/19 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted By: picker
Anybody worked with any of these pedal? They talk a good game, anybody know if they can score?

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FYI Picker. I just ordered the Iguana Tail Loop model from MF for $229. Most places are selling it for $299.


Correction. The Iguana isn't programmable. $299 for the Chamaeleo Programmable model which I don't need. My bad.


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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: Delta] #2986123 04/20/19 03:28 PM
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On the loopers, they are the first I've seen with 9 volt power outs for each loop. That seems like a really practical idea.


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Re: Some interesting looking pedals... [Re: picker] #2986485 04/23/19 06:39 PM
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I have a Black loop in my efx loop of my rig to control some effects (separation of time based stuff) and its a high quality pedal. No noise, very easy to see.

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