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>R. G. Keen has always done some interesting things. I really like hisI think you were the person who made me aware of him. I hope he starts to
>analysis of distortion effects.
>This does bring up an interesting problem I've toyed with the pastI liked Harry's response to this (on diy). If you've seen spec sheets from
>few years. I actually have one of his redesigned fuzz faces. My
>problem is that my Strats are all equiped with EMG SA pickups, which
>are active, so I don't get that original Strat->Fuzz Face sound (though
>I do get lots of killer Gilmore-esque type sounds). It is further
>complicated for those with Les Pauls or other humbucker equiped
>guitars. I would like to see input circuitry that would allow
>one to adjust their guitar output signal to match responses
>of other guitars. I don't know enough about this to actually
>design it. I do believe it is more than modifying signal strength
>or filtering to modify frequency response. It may be impossible
>to truely mimic lowly single coil pickups with active circuitry.
>I still think about a conversation we had some time ago aboutWell, if MOTM releases a Dual Coupled VCA (panner/crossfader) module, then
>VC distortions and the idea of a two dimensional grid where each
>corner was a famous fuzz or distortion device and two voltages
>to control the location. An addition to this would be circuitry
>to compensate for differences in various guitar outputs.
>My corners would be:
>Tube screamer Fuzz Face
>MXR Distortion+ Big Muff
>These are my four favorites. Imagine being able to use a joystick
>to move between these, or better yet, a couple of LFOs moving the
>signal around this grid. Of course these effects don't really shine
>with static input amplitudes.
>ThomasIsn't that Trenkel country -- maybe a few others too?
>P.S. Can anyone on the list tell me about Portland? My wife and
>I are thinking about leaving Atlanta. What kind of music scene,