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    Liam1963
    Super Toneologist

  • Liam1963
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    Just picked up a Tone Reaper yesterday, really like what I get out of it, spent over an hour playing "Psychotic Reaction", till my wife came in the studio and asked if I could play something different, so I split it up between "Satisfaction", "Incense & Peppermints", and "I Had Too Much To Dream Lat Night" for the next hour. It is now part of my "Big Board", as I swapped the Tone Reaper for my Maxon OD-808.....

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  • Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist

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    Sometimes I wish it were 4" wider.

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  • PFDarkside
    of the Forum

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    I love your pedalboard pics Rich.

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  • Brandenburg
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • Brandenburg
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    Originally posted by Vasshu the humanoid typhoon View Post
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    ******t i was going to post a pick of the worlds most famous bending robot

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  • Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist

  • Rich_S
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    There were seven in the bed and the Tone Reaper said roll over, roll over...



    ... and they all rolled over and the Dyna Comp fell out.



    I just had another one of my epic battles with compressors and the compressors lost. Some of my favorite players have made brilliant, iconic sounds using compressors - Andy Summers, Jamie West-Oram, James Honeyman-Scott, Johnny Marr - but when I try to use them, it just doesn't work.

    However, I've been looking for a dirtbox that's the polar opposite of my smooth and sophisticated BB Preamp, and think I finally found it in the Tone Reaper. Most other dirt boxes I've tried (SD-1, BB, Rat, GE-7, DS-1 Distortion+) sound best when they're [TONE CLICHE]pushing a crunchy tube amp over the edge[/TONE CLICHE]. With that base covered, I needed something that would provide filth, sometimes at lower volumes than my usual clean-to-crunchy sound. The Tone Reaper does that. It's basically "The Lemon Song" in a box.
    Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist
    Last edited by Rich_S; 04-07-2016, 11:25 AM.

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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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  • Vasshu the humanoid typhoon
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  • Lucy Diamond
    Super Toneologist

  • Lucy Diamond
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    Yeah man, Earthquaker seems to specialize in making pedals that do not replace anything on your board. Each of their boxes stands alone IN ADDITION to everything else you have.

    If you have an overdrive and you buy an Earthquaker overdrive, you can use them both. I love their Hoof pedal.

    Enjoy in good health.

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  • El Supremo
    Super Toneologist

  • El Supremo
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    Somehow my Tone Reaper sounded a bit Muffesque to my ears. A bit tighter, compressed and focused than I would expect from a bender. Thought it could be due to the silicon tranistors, but whatever. Still sounded cool though. Congrats!

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  • Lampy H
    Super Toneologist

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    Earthquaker is my favorite pedal and I don't own a single one of their pedals.

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  • Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist

  • Rich_S
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    NPD! Everyone should own a Bender.

    Originally posted by Securb View Post
    I have heard great things about that pedal. I guess it has a great early Page tone in it. I would love to get your feedback on that.
    Oh, yeah... early Page is a cinch. Lemon Song, Whole Lotta Love, Heartbreaker - your fingers just sort of start playing those riffs by themselves when this thing is on.

    I've read the Tone Reaper is designed to be pretty flexible, so that you can dial in any of the early Tone Bender sounds. I need to better acquaint myself with early Bowie and Mick Ronson's Bender tones before I comment on that, but Page? No problem.
    Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist
    Last edited by Rich_S; 04-07-2016, 11:20 AM.

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  • PFDarkside
    of the Forum

  • PFDarkside
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    Originally posted by Rich_S View Post
    Browsing EQD's website makes me want to buy them all. What a cool company.
    Agree 100%!

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  • Securb
    One of Jerry's Kids

  • Securb
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    I have heard great things about that pedal. I guess it has a great early Page tone in it. I would love to get your feedback on that.

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  • VinceT
    Ultimate Tone Slacker

  • VinceT
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    Yeah, Earthquaker do some cool things, each pedal directed at a very specific effect/tone - often completely out there. They've really differentiated themselves with this approach.


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  • Rich_S
    HomeGrownToneBrewologist

  • Rich_S
    started a topic NPD! Everyone should own a Bender.

    NPD! Everyone should own a Bender.

    I can't believe I've been playing guitar for 40+ years and never tried a Tone Bender. That changed today with the arrival of my Earthquaker Devices Tone Reaper. What fun! It's the Lemon Song in a box.

    I needed something that would fit in the "extra" spot on my pedalboard, presently occupied by a Dyna Comp. The Reaper is a super-simple way to integrate a Bender into a modern pedalboard: MXR-size box, normal 9 volt Boss-style power jack.

    Browsing EQD's website makes me want to buy them all. What a cool company.


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