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  • magnesson
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    i don't know if this is still an issue any one has been worried or interested about. i am mostly a guitar player but i also have a Korg microkorg and i run it through all of my effects pedals. the company Strymon demos there pedals with synths and organs

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  • GaryG
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    That's interesting, based on a PT2399 chip, think I have one of those in my parts box (bought for a pound or two from a far east ebay supplier...)

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  • Frozen Lonesome
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    It works pretty well and overall I'm happy with it (although pricey compared to the MB).
    Combined with the MB's slow filter setting you can get some nice results for ambient. I got it from a small distributor of boutique pedals. http://www.axeandyoushallreceive.com

    If I get a chance, I'll record some MB though the pedal and post.

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  • AtaRaxis
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    Congrats! Cool looking pedal! I got minibrute too and have been itching to get it a delay to run through. Wish there were more youtube vids showing how these "guitar" effects behave when fed a synth

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  • Frozen Lonesome
    started a topic Montavillian Echo Pedal

    Montavillian Echo Pedal

    http://www.catalinbread.com/montavillian

    I just got this echo pedal to use with my Minibrute. I was routing the MB though some iPad FX apps but decided that I wanted physical knobs to twirl. Only had it a few days, but so far am pretty happy with it.

    Hand-built in Portland and came with a 7 year warranty.
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