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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Nov 20, 2018.
"Black Friday" and something "very affordable."
in b4 33 copy
so I google imaged searched that picture^^^ nothings popping up.
My guess is these are part of a sale only horizon email subscribers are getting in on, or at least getting early access to
I'm down for that.
side jacks though?
i just want to know what the fuck it is...
Personally I’m disappointed that the knob and footswitch aren’t on the side.
having to reverse your ankle to turn it on would be sweet!!
Well since he had a protone sig called the attack overdrive, I can make an educated guess that this is out to accomplish the same thing.
I hope not. the precision drive already does the djent sound and more, no need for yet another od.
Well I doubt a single knob boost (or whatever it may me) is designed to replace any current products. I would guess a cheaper alternative with less features for someone that doesn't want to drop the cash on a precision drive (aka me).
Hope it's not the attack knob of the PD with a linear travel istead of 4 presets.
It was just posted on the Horizon Facebook night
I've heard them talk about that a lot in the facebook group and its 100% the attack knob part of the percision drive in a seperate pedal.
But no drive function of course. The attack knob on the PD did nothing but a bit of EQ (less/more low end and mid shift i think?)
So if anyone wants to bet, just tell me but i'm veeeeery much sure its just that.
So it's going to be a tiny, budget friendly Fortin Grind.
First of all i think its going to be 150$ at least. Also the Fortin Grind is a drive pedal, this is going to be just an EQ, no boost and nothing else...
Ooohh that’s a no go for me then
But i'm sure they'll have some nice words for it like "it tightens your signal" "It shapes your tone in a modern way" "you can make it smoother or attackier" "you can pair it with your overdrive for maximal results"
Cut through the mix bro!!!!