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Discussion in 'Tech Notes' started by FractalAudio, Apr 29, 2017.
You and I date in different gene pools.
Well you can't knock it 'til you've tried it as they say
Better to book an outside table at the restaurant and, although flowers are tasty enough, you'd be better bringing 'Jenny' a couple of apples and a few sugar lumps as a welcome gift.
I'd say getting to second base on a first date is certainly possible - even for you Rex
It's good to get advice from the voice of experience.
The axe should have an E=mc2 knob!
Wow... I've decreased B+ to a small value to test this and as expected by the explanation, sounded like a weird pitch shifter.
In the test I was using a Recto, now I'm wondering if that intermodulation would be the part of the sound that I don't like about my Plexi patch...
Time to play with B+ in the Plexi and see what happens
It is a beautiful thing!
Kind of confirms how many of the famous simple guitar tones recorded, have a sound of just amp & cab. My ears always heard ghost notes in isolated tracks, thinking it was a tad of chorus, phaser, doubling or fx.