An OD designed for metal with a Decimator-style gate built in? This is very interesting.
Except, if it said MXR on the front, it would be $150 tops.Nah.
$250. After the preorder discount ends.
But it has some extra features compared to a Tubescreamer. Something similar to the Tight knob on the Airis Savage Drive, and a built-in noise gate.
And it's built by MXR, so it won't be shit like the Protones.
Well, in US$ a Custom Baddass OD is about $99, and an MXR Noise Clamp is $89. Which leaves you about $60 to buy a phasor.I think in Canadian dollars but would a mxr od plus noise gate be more than 250?
With the badass and noise gate I have two options at the biggest music chain in Canada. Going with the cheapest in both models you are right I save 70 USD but if I get the expensive version of the two pedals I save 12 USD.Well, in US$ a Custom Baddass OD is about $99, and an MXR Noise Clamp is $89. Which leaves you about $60 to buy a phasor.
I don't know many people who don't already own a gate that play metal, though.
I just think it's overpriced; if you wanna buy it, I'm not stopping you. :lol:
They turned Periphery into a marketing machine and it seems to be working decently well. I'm wondering what other artists will be getting on board with the new company.I've already seen one or two guys on the UK Facebook gear exchanges put up their old protone pedals for sale, for £200 saying they are funding these new horizon ones.
They may be over priced but they will sell.
:agreed:Except, if it said MXR on the front, it would be $150 tops.
Sorry, I don't think that pedal is worth the price tag, at all. :lol:
I'm curious why the MXR will be $250, but even the EVH5150 pedal from MXR is just $200, also with a built-in gate. No one markets like Eddie.Well the $250 for the MXR is way better than the $200 something I paid for the protone one. Pedal sounded awesome but the paint was sooo shity. It never left my house and pealed.