The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby EffectsDatabase » Sun May 19, 2013 8:51 am

I have been drooling over the SubDecay Octasynth since I heard a Tweaktronix Octasynth (made by SubDecay), so I was happy when they started making them again (improved) under the SubDecay name, but I still have to buy it :oops:
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby mchad » Wed May 22, 2013 6:11 am

The EHX 8 step program looks great.

The Eventide H9

Apart from that some sort of killer delay pedal with awesome modulation capabilities plus other stuff. Something like the TC Electronic Flashback x4 but better sounding as I'm not a huge TC fan.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby AimmarCair » Wed May 22, 2013 3:44 pm

Have a Red Panda Particle but really want a HEXE Revolver or Sonic Crayon Anti-Nautilus.

They're both only available for the builder and very rarely built. HEXE I'd have to fork out 330 Euros for and could probably get it in about 3 months.

Sonic Crayon is... Who knows??

Really tempted to sell my Particle to fund either of these even though I got it a week ago.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby 0xdfx » Wed May 22, 2013 4:03 pm

AimmarCair wrote:Have a Red Panda Particle but really want a HEXE Revolver or Sonic Crayon Anti-Nautilus.

They're both only available for the builder and very rarely built. HEXE I'd have to fork out 330 Euros for and could probably get it in about 3 months.

Sonic Crayon is... Who knows??

Really tempted to sell my Particle to fund either of these even though I got it a week ago.

Sonic Crayon stuff looks awesome. I've been after a Hollow Earth for so long that I've kind of given up hope of ever having one.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby excane » Fri May 24, 2013 2:28 pm

Interestingly enough, I've had major gas to have some of my old Boss and DOD pedals from the 80's back. I regret selling most of them :/
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby univalve » Fri May 24, 2013 9:00 pm

Want a Grave Train! Hopefully i get an Email with payment Data soon. GAS!
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby alalalkasar » Fri May 24, 2013 9:12 pm

Dreaming of a dod fx90 in to fx65 combo......
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby RobSpears » Sat May 25, 2013 5:58 am

I really want the Earthquaker Disaster transport SR. Seriously legit company and that's a freaking awesome pedal.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Henry777 » Sun May 26, 2013 12:14 pm

Black Arts Toneworks Pharaoh Fuzz

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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby dodgechargerfan » Sun May 26, 2013 2:14 pm

I'm on a delay kick right now, but loop switches have caught my eye at the same time.
I built up an 8 loop switcher, but I really don't have a plan for it yet.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Doc holiday » Sun May 26, 2013 9:41 pm

I'm looking forward to a couple of Thunderbird fuzz boxes! But yes, money plays a part.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby LievenDV » Mon May 27, 2013 12:51 pm

I'm gassing for
- Strymon el Capistan delay (I have a bluesky reerb and they would match up so nicely)
- an easy-to-use but versatile (graphical) EQ
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Braunzo » Mon May 27, 2013 5:09 pm

I'm on my yearly hunt for an OD or Distortion that's going to blow my mind. I've been looking at the Maxon SD-9, Analogman Prince of Tone and Blake from Blakemore swears I need to try a Dr. Scientist Elements.

That and I really want a Reverend Double Agent or Reeves Gabrels.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby innerflight » Mon May 27, 2013 5:33 pm

Braunzo wrote:I'm on my yearly hunt for an OD or Distortion that's going to blow my mind. I've been looking at the Maxon SD-9, Analogman Prince of Tone and Blake from Blakemore swears I need to try a Dr. Scientist Elements.

That and I really want a Reverend Double Agent or Reeves Gabrels.


Analogman POT is awesome man
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Re: The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

Postby 0xdfx » Tue May 28, 2013 3:29 pm

Renewed major GAS for:
Subdecay Liquid Sunshine
Budda Budwah
Diamond Compressor
TC Flashback
Moonphase

OR put those notes to possibly better use and get a Kemper and go FRFR...
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby The Shocker » Thu May 30, 2013 1:04 am

Henry777 wrote:Black Arts Toneworks Pharaoh Fuzz

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Fantastic pedal.
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Re: The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

Postby Glenouille » Fri May 31, 2013 4:12 pm

I wonder what the new Iron Ether Subterranea sounds like... I'm really curious about this one.
I narrowly missed a chance to grab a Lastgasp Art Lab Super oscillo Fuzz and I want one bad.
I want that new Koma RH 301 too and I need to buy another Moog Ring Mod, I should have never sold mine.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Henry777 » Mon Jun 03, 2013 12:59 pm

The Shocker wrote:
Henry777 wrote:Black Arts Toneworks Pharaoh Fuzz

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Fantastic pedal.


You've got one?

I really hesitate between this one and the Blackout Effector Musket Fuzz.
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Re: The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

Postby fernieite » Wed Jun 05, 2013 8:15 am

Thinking of getting a Source Audio Orbital Modulator - I'd want it primarily for a good Univibe and (slow) Leslie sound, but would use it for the other functions occasionally as well... Price seems pretty good.
Anyone tried em out yet? :?:
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Re: The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

Postby 0xdfx » Wed Jun 05, 2013 11:48 am

I haven't tried the Orbital Modulator, but I own a SA EQ and it is awesome! Been looking at all their gear, mainly because a lot of it does MIDI, but it all seems well priced, built and very versatile. I never understand why SA gear isn't talked about more, seems like really practical stuff to me.
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