higainer wrote:Bad Cat Siamese drive caught my eye.
What do you think of it?
Are you boosting the amp with it or as stand alone drive?
I use it with the clean channel to first add moderate crunch, then volume boost. It's nice, but somehow it's not quite behaving the same way it did with my IRT-Studio... not sure what's different between the studio. The clean is not staying clean to the same level, I wonder if the speaker is the point of difference.
Aquila Rossa wrote:Codedog. is that a Mooer fuzz? If so, you liking it? I had listened to a bunch of demos of different fuzzes and for some reason I am liking the mooer Grey Faze and Mooer Triangle Buff. A few others i like such as Wampler Velvet Fuzz and Lovepedal Bonetender, but not any more than the Mooer ones. I am wondering if it is just a case of the demo making them sound good (pymeaxe)
Does the combo have the same DI feature as the studio? Still liking mine for its medium gain lead tones, although a M style crunch is not really there, nor a big F style clean. Damn good for the money though.
Yes, it has DI, with a single input and attenuator pot... vs the Studio's two inputs. The little niggle I have is what I mentioned above. Otherwise 'tis all the same goodness! Oh... minus the re-amp via USB thingywhatsit. Oh... also... going from memory the reverb sounds more springy than the hall-like one in the Studio, just going from memory.
Yes, that's the Mooer Triangle Buff. I simply love it! I run it with dirt around 9 o'clock, and tone between 12 and 3. It's a rather dark pedal but, at the dirt level I run, it's pure velvety goodness and just lovely. I imagine it's a cheaper option than the others you have listed above? Got mine from Fleabay for very reasonable price. For anything less orderly I use the fuzz next to it, a Big Muff clone with extra switches. I'd like to try a Silicon Fuzz Face Mini one day... if any of you good folks has one to sell perhaps?