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  • NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

    Stereo I/O, Up to 128 Presets as well as midi capability
    Itís a killer unit and Iíve already dialled in 3-4 tones I like
    Guitars:
    Daemoness Atlantean (unknown Bareknuckles) D
    PRS SE Mark Holcomb (Alpha/Omega set) Drop C
    ESP LTD EC-1000 FR (EMG Het Set) D
    Jackson USA WR1 Absinthe Frost (EMG 81/85) D
    Ibanez MMM1 (Blackouts) Drop A
    Ibanez RGIT20FE-SBF (Loomis Blackout Neck/Mick Thomson Blackout Bridge) Drop C
    Ibanez SZ320 (ibanez/duncan pickups) Drop D
    Schecter Synyster Gates Custom (Invaders set) D
    Aristides 060 (Bareknuckle Aristides Customs) D

  • #2
    Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

    Nice pickup. How are you liking so far? Their EQ is still on top of my list for purchase sometime soon. I just picked up the true spring reverb pedal. Source Audio is killing it lately.

    Sent from my LG-H931 using Tapatalk

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    • #3
      Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

      Originally posted by YeRedHouseOverYonder View Post
      Nice pickup. How are you liking so far? Their EQ is still on top of my list for purchase sometime soon. I just picked up the true spring reverb pedal. Source Audio is killing it lately.

      Sent from my LG-H931 using Tapatalk
      Itís a little tricky to get used to dialling in but the sounds are incredible, Iíve utilised a few of the user made presets already.
      I bought this over the Walrus ARP 87 and Echoplex because of the Stereo I/O, Preset functionality and the midi capabilities.
      Iíve seen their programmable EQ which looks killer and their Kingmaker Programmable Fuzz/Distortion pedal.
      I have a Tape Delay for playing all sorts of stuff on preset 1
      I have a Analog Delay with a 2 second delay on Preset 2
      I have the Source Helix Delay on preset 3
      I have a slapback Delay with little to no on preset 4 to act essentially as a doubler
      I have another tape delay described as a solo delay on preset 5 for a delay on leads
      I have an Ambient Oil Can Delay for Ambient clean stuff on preset 6
      I have a reverse delay on preset 7 but will probably change that soon
      I have a Noise Tape Delay which acts as a Bit Crusher for 8 Bit for video game sounds on preset 8
      Guitars:
      Daemoness Atlantean (unknown Bareknuckles) D
      PRS SE Mark Holcomb (Alpha/Omega set) Drop C
      ESP LTD EC-1000 FR (EMG Het Set) D
      Jackson USA WR1 Absinthe Frost (EMG 81/85) D
      Ibanez MMM1 (Blackouts) Drop A
      Ibanez RGIT20FE-SBF (Loomis Blackout Neck/Mick Thomson Blackout Bridge) Drop C
      Ibanez SZ320 (ibanez/duncan pickups) Drop D
      Schecter Synyster Gates Custom (Invaders set) D
      Aristides 060 (Bareknuckle Aristides Customs) D

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      • #4
        Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

        Great pedal! I’m half tempted to try one to reduce the footprint of the Timeline.
        Oh no.....


        Oh Yeah!

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        • #5
          Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

          Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
          Great pedal! Iím half tempted to try one to reduce the footprint of the Timeline.
          The benefit over the timeline in my opinion is the smaller footprint and the fact it requires 150 mA rather than the 500 mA (I think) that strymon timelines do, so you can power it off most normal power supply like the MXR power supplies.
          Guitars:
          Daemoness Atlantean (unknown Bareknuckles) D
          PRS SE Mark Holcomb (Alpha/Omega set) Drop C
          ESP LTD EC-1000 FR (EMG Het Set) D
          Jackson USA WR1 Absinthe Frost (EMG 81/85) D
          Ibanez MMM1 (Blackouts) Drop A
          Ibanez RGIT20FE-SBF (Loomis Blackout Neck/Mick Thomson Blackout Bridge) Drop C
          Ibanez SZ320 (ibanez/duncan pickups) Drop D
          Schecter Synyster Gates Custom (Invaders set) D
          Aristides 060 (Bareknuckle Aristides Customs) D

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          • #6
            Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

            Originally posted by 6stringerguy View Post
            The benefit over the timeline in my opinion is the smaller footprint and the fact it requires 150 mA rather than the 500 mA (I think) that strymon timelines do, so you can power it off most normal power supply like the MXR power supplies.
            Timeline is around 350ma, and I’ve had a VL 4x4 for years, so no power worries for me.
            Oh no.....


            Oh Yeah!

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            • #7
              Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

              Source Audio just simply make awesome ****. Nice score I bet it sounds great.


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              • #8
                Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

                Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
                Timeline is around 350ma, and Iíve had a VL 4x4 for years, so no power worries for me.
                I also like the fact itís relatively easy to plug to get an awesome sound with the onboard presets and not having to menu dive
                Guitars:
                Daemoness Atlantean (unknown Bareknuckles) D
                PRS SE Mark Holcomb (Alpha/Omega set) Drop C
                ESP LTD EC-1000 FR (EMG Het Set) D
                Jackson USA WR1 Absinthe Frost (EMG 81/85) D
                Ibanez MMM1 (Blackouts) Drop A
                Ibanez RGIT20FE-SBF (Loomis Blackout Neck/Mick Thomson Blackout Bridge) Drop C
                Ibanez SZ320 (ibanez/duncan pickups) Drop D
                Schecter Synyster Gates Custom (Invaders set) D
                Aristides 060 (Bareknuckle Aristides Customs) D

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                • #9
                  Re: NPD Source Audio Nemesis Delay

                  Oh this one have so many possibilities !
                  Smartphone Zombies won't shred

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