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  • Blind Test time... booteek pedal or digital modeler?

    I always think the blind
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    • #3
      oh sh**!!That's an hard one..
      Anyway I say first LM and then axe fx!
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      • #4
        can't listen to the clip.. but i say a is lm b is axefx
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        • #5
          they both sound like the AxeFx, because it's all GOING THRU THE AXE FX!

          facepalm

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          • #6
            thats a tough one i went with
            A for axefx
            B for booteek

            lets see how well sesame street taught me
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            • #7
              they both sound like the AxeFx, because it's all GOING THRU THE AXE FX!

              facepalm


              Well I'm glad that mystery is solved. Great input brah.
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              • #8
                I'm guessing fuzz B is the skreddy...
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                • #9
                  I went with B being LM

                  However, if the picture is an indication of where setting was on the LM, I wouldn't have expected as much noise pick up as did. I thought it only got hissy like that when the sharp or fuzz were at the extremes (i think fuzz cranked or sharp backed off) That is the one thing that makes me think fuzz A would be the LM.

                  I thought B sounded better, the articulation at the end of the notes sounded better to me, so if that is the axe fx, than in that particular clip I like the axe fx better.
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                  Originally Posted by placebo62


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                  • #10
                    i took this test so blind i didnt listen to the clips
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                    • #11
                      Yup, I do get a bit of noise with single coils and sitting directly in front of the computer to record. I was going to turn the noise gate way up in the Axe but I didn't want that to affect the toan.
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                      • #12
                        I always like watching your vids, it makes me think more about the axe fx. how do you think it compares to some of the amp sims in logic?
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                        Originally Posted by placebo62


                        BTBAM is like the patron saint of the M9

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                        • #13
                          I shudder to think what you could do w/ a , Brian.
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                          • #14
                            I shudder to think what you could do w/ a , Brian.


                            eh, it'd probably sound like my usual boring ****************, just with a snax. Not like zygoat I can tell you that.
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                            Originally Posted by placebo62


                            BTBAM is like the patron saint of the M9

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                            • #15
                              I'm guessing

                              A is the AxeFx
                              B Lunar Module

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