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  1. #9


    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    I'm using the Sentry, since the hum killer mode is the best thing for P90s and gain that I've ever found.
    Did you ever find any of the toneprint stuff useful? I loaded it up once, but I never really had the time to fiddle with it, nor did I have the need, since the other two switch positions always worked just fine for me.

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  3. #10


    Join Date: Apr 2017
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    I use the Zuul. The key input method makes more sense to me and it effectively works as a loop. Very killer pedal IMO.
    C'mon son.

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  4. #11


    Join Date: Oct 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by thrashinbatman View Post
    I use the Zuul. The key input method makes more sense to me and it effectively works as a loop. Very killer pedal IMO.
    I cringe every time any kind of Fortin product is mentioned. The strange thing is I have never tried and of his hardware. I feel the same way about Fishman pickups. I guess all the years of bullshit products have made me hate anything that is hyped up.

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  6. #12


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    What, you don't want to rip it up with a sweet set of Keith Merrell Lace Sensor Xtr33mZ bro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schreckmusic View Post
    I cringe every time any kind of Fortin product is mentioned. The strange thing is I have never tried and of his hardware. I feel the same way about Fishman pickups. I guess all the years of bullshit products have made me hate anything that is hyped up.
    Yeah, Fortin is a bit overhyped. I have zero interest in any of his other pedals but I like the way the Zuul is set up. It also works pretty well. It's a bit overpriced, but I like it the most among the gates I've tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    What, you don't want to rip it up with a sweet set of Keith Merrell Lace Sensor Xtr33mZ bro?
    Ok time to show how stupid I am, I did buy his OD pedal when it came out. Needless to say I sold it shortly after.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Did you ever find any of the toneprint stuff useful? I loaded it up once, but I never really had the time to fiddle with it, nor did I have the need, since the other two switch positions always worked just fine for me.
    I have with the Flashback, since Mike found a pretty sweet tape delay that we both use. I honestly haven't done anything with the Sentry other than put it in hum killer mode and leave it on.
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    I've always liked the Boss NS-2 for the precise reason a lot of people hate it - it clamps so aggressively that it actually changes the tone and feel of the preamp slightly. It's a little tighter and a gives a tiny midrange bump. Works great with rectos (when they have series loops!) And 5150s.
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