skullservant wrote:Nice! Looking forward to the review
PumpkinPieces wrote: and it is going to be difficult to get us to understand why it is totally worth it to pay over $1000 for a pedal that doesn't sound like a broken Super Nintendo.
rfurtkamp wrote: . . . even have a new Space Echo cartridge primed for the occasion.
D.o.S. wrote:Broadly speaking, if we at ILF are dropping 300 bucks on a pedal it probably sounds like an SNES holocaust.
behndy wrote:nothing that will make you pee on a neighbor in delight, but good stuff.
Gone Fission wrote:rfurtkamp wrote: . . . even have a new Space Echo cartridge primed for the occasion.
Off-topic hijack, but what are you doing for cartridges? NOS or something else? My RE-201 loop still seems good, but once I fix the reverb and change out the filter caps I might start noticing otherwise.
CBA wrote:P.S. Sorry to be so gushy, but I'm really impressed with mine... got it for $315 too (which I've mentioned countless times )
rfurtkamp wrote:death is too scary to consider, so improv must go on.
Loni Love wrote:honesty is the best policy, but it isn't the best insurance policy
PumpkinPieces wrote:i am baboon with a soldering iron
Mike wrote:CBA wrote:P.S. Sorry to be so gushy, but I'm really impressed with mine... got it for $315 too (which I've mentioned countless times )
Good deal. How'd you get such a low price?
My general technique is to just pick up the phone and ask for a discount. That usually will get you 10% off. Playing softball ("I'm buying this guitar today, and everyone has it at the same price") will get you 15%. Playing hardball ("I buy lots of guitars, and I don't like having to argue over price. Give me the price I want and you earn my future business, don't give me the price I want and my business goes to your competitors") will get you 20% off.
In the last year, I got about 10% off of a $170 Squier VM Jag SS (via a free cable), and I bought a Standard Strat for $400.99 (~20%).
Chankgeez wrote:True, but you can also use the Klon as a tremolo. Just stomp on the switch as fast or slow as you'd like.