after almost two years of working on this project, today was my last day of tracking. One more session and this whole project is completely done and ready to put out. It's very exciting for me, and I'm ready to hit the ground running! More to come!
@afterosmosis making some beautiful sounds with the #monumenttremolo . #ambientnotes#geartalk#walrusaudio
RepostBy @afterosmosis: "One more look at the @walrusaudioeffects Monument tremolo. This time it's paired with the @sourceaudio Nemesis. The song is one of my favorites by my friend @caitelen"
...all analogue, hand stamped, pure sine wave oscillator, low-pass filtered with a touch of class and apparently musical. #RandysRevenge by @fairfieldcircuitry
Available for purchase and in the rental shop for 7, 14, or 30 day at home demos! Try it out, #rentmusicgear .
Just had rehearsal ready for @d2dfest this Sunday.
This is my current board. Having the midi box for the Brothers now has seriously pushed it to the next level. Just a shame it won't go underneath the board.
A little playthrough on a track by @paulyeemusic featuring @jrockettaudio The Dude, @vemuram_official Shanks, @firecustom Carpe Diem, @earthquakerdev Transmisser.
Full video is up at YouTube.com/Guitariel1
FULLTONE FULLDRIVE 3
PROS: The third generation of the classic "fulldrive" series, new features include fully independent drive and boost channels (selectable via toggle switch) Controls for volume, tone, overdrive, boost, and dynamics, toggles for mode selection and order selection, buffered bypass switching, fully loaded with several JFET for tube feel, 9V plug powered, hand made in California
CONS: This boost still feels a little JFET-Tubescreamer-y even when not paired with the overdrive channel. Players needing clean boost only may want to look into something like the Cusack "More Louder"
SUMMARY: Another fulldrive? What can be improved upon an already iconic pedal? Well it turns out a lot actually. The thing I love about fulldrives is just there super-saturated JFET tone. They make tube-less things sound tubey. I love that you can use both sides of the pedal completely independently OR stacked in a configuration of your choosing. Also to be noted: this thing has some serious drive to offer, almost getting into distortion territory but retaining that TS808 style fatness. The best part though? These are 135 new! Used you can find em for 90 bucks. This pedal should be on every budget players board