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    Liquid Based Guitar Pedal Released (You actually pour liquids in it)



    https://www.guitarworld.com/news/nam...ur-drinks-into

    I haven't ordered one yet, but I'm pretty sure I will before the day is done. Somewhat familiar with the company, looked at their stuff when I was rebuilding my pedalboard, shit looked cool but not my speed.

    https://www.raingerfx.com/product/mi...quid-analyser/

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    Very interested to know how the insides work actually. I'm assuming there is a diode on one side and something on the other side monitoring the diode as it passes through the liquid.

    So I'm assuming the part of the liquid that alters the tone is how refractive it is, since I can't think up another way of doing it off the top of my head, but if it's not I would be interested in seeing what they come up with.

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    Electricity and liquids. What could possibly go wrong???

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    That's so stupid that I kind of want one.

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    The NAAM video I seen they put nail polish remover in it for one of the best tones, they also tried Jagermeister and Coca-Cola. The Nail Polish remover had the best sound.

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    I wonder if viscosity has anything to do with how it reacts. If its more of an optical thing I'd put some glycerin and glitter in there to see how that goes.

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