Your recent purchases:

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by BONUSMARKS » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:34 pm

MEL9 is really inspiring! Very cool sounds to be had here with different types of feed back, different instruments etc... also just acquired these
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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by WhiteWarlock » Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:12 pm

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BOSS SE50 the ye Olde Swiss Army Knife of Stereo Effects
$20 DOA for parts not working
half an hour repair
changed cr2032battery
did factory reset
repaired glitchy display
now fully functional
so it goes into the stack of FX in arms reach
wired into my AUX3 send/return chain before SPX
the Verbs on SE50 are kinda Blah
yet that's not why using it
hmmm...
time for making some custom VOX FX presets

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by LMTML » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:00 am

Bought a Behringer SF 300.
Originally bought it for my guitar cause I'm kind of a Doom nerd, but I really love how it sounds in my noise setup too. Gonna use it for a show for sure.
"Turha vaiva täällä,
turha onpi taistelo
ja kaikkisuus mailman, turha!"

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:26 am

Hint: wouldn't use Behringer Fuzz on recordings even if it was free
my guitar would be pissed off at me if put it through that shit
save up for real gear(not cheap plastic chinese junk)
and or/make your own
stop feeding communism
BTW Electric Wizard use Boss FZ2
not the behringer wanna be stolen design PRC clone
yet you are new.... figure it out
not slagging you personally
this is long standing position on such subjects
Boycot Behringer Gear
Doom/Sludge/Stoner track currently in progress http://www.n01ze.com/Muzak/Trax/warlordwahsolo1.mp3
only Fuzz use is my old modified Russian BigMuff on Bass
trick picked up from old freak friend/ex-room mate who plays in some band that got feature spotlight spread in HighTimes

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by LMTML » Wed Oct 24, 2018 10:15 am

I know EW uses FZ2, I'm just poor as shit and love hoarding cheap stuff. It was an impulse buy for sure. :D
I have a friend who's a pedal maker, planning on commissioning a parallel fuzz/distortion pedal, but I know it'll cost me an arm and a leg so I'll have to save up for it.
No offence taken man, no problem!
The doom song you posted was amazing, enjoying it a lot!
"Turha vaiva täällä,
turha onpi taistelo
ja kaikkisuus mailman, turha!"

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by WhiteWarlock » Wed Oct 24, 2018 10:46 am

no stress dude..
we all start somewhere/sometime
have some easy fuzz circuits on my site
you can make the original Axis Fuzz for under $10
(the first proto Bigmuff made for Hendrix)
ask your pedal maker friend for parts
then put it all together yourself
do yourself favor by learning some basic electronics & troubleshooting
especially if you don't have much cash for gear
http://www.n01ze.com/Muzak/electronics- ... musicians/
http://www.n01ze.com/Muzak/axis-fuzz/
http://www.n01ze.com/Muzak/dallas-rangemaster/


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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by Sleep Of Ages » Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:29 pm

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by killing raven sun » Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:13 am

found this on cassette yesterday, $0.50, excellent condition...

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description from vinyl rerelease...
Subliminal Sounds present the first ever vinyl release Kano's Runes, originally released in 1986. A unique, dark and sparse, tribal, minimal synth, drone, trance, new age recording from the mysterious Kano. Previously only issued as an obscure cassette back in 1986 which is now much sought after. Runes is much darker and brooding compared to its new age peers of the era. Drums, metallophone, synths, and more leads you on a deep inwards trip via damp, cold and foggy caves to the ancients. Runes are reminders of our ancient future. They reveal messages of wisdom that are held deep within our hearts and consciousness. Runes remind you of the forgotten past, opening your minds into the Universal Mind. Archetypal runic symbols appear throughout the earth as relics of many ancient cultures including Hindu and Native American, but their primary origin as tools of divination is most often given as Nordic and Germanic. Their true source is perhaps, too ancient and arcane to ever know with historical certainty. The music of Runes is of such power and beauty, that it can be effective for inducing states of consciousness that allow deep meditation, channeling and trance. Runes is an extraordinary musical experience. Kano, who described it as "a trance musician from Colorado" on the original release, was Don Campbell in real life and the Runes cassette was eventually issued under his name too. Born in 1946 in San Antonio, Texas, Don Campbell spent his high school years in Europe, studying classical music with the legendary Nadia Boulanger and Jean Casadesus at the Fountainebleu Conservatory in France. A graduate of the University of North Texas, he began his professional career as a music critic and teacher for seven years at St. Mary's International School in Tokyo. Campbell's interest in sound, healing and education have taken him to over forty countries through the years. He has researched and documented the role and uses of music in therapeutic settings, psychology, and imagery applications, educational programs and the contemporary and indigenous spiritual traditions. In 1988, Campbell founded the Institute of Music, Health and Education, serving as its director until 1995. He is also the author of 23 books, some of which have been translated in to 24 languages. Additionally, he served as Acoustic and Musical Director of Aesthetics Audio Systems, an innovative company that provides quality music to healthcare facilities, until his passing. Edition of 1000.

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by BONUSMARKS » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:02 pm

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by moch » Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:45 am

I bought an eraserhead shirt and a electric wizard shirt. and a replacement cable for my sennheiser HD 600's. And i bought Groceries.

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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by killing raven sun » Fri Nov 09, 2018 7:15 am

moch wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:45 am
I bought an eraserhead shirt
have you ever seen that movie? cause it takes a lot of drugs to really get it, most people overdose trying
moch wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:45 am
and a electric wizard shirt.
:lol:
moch wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 6:45 am
And i bought Groceries.
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Re: Your recent purchases:

Post by WhiteWarlock » Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:51 am

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69-74 Thomas Organ King VOX Wah PCB
retrofitting in early 90s USA made Vox 847

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