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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by HeHasTheJazzHands, Nov 20, 2018.
Imo this pedal would be a awesome steal if it was AT THE MOST $100.
But $150? Come the hell on man.
^Hey, it was only a matter of time until the trends of mini/"nano" pedals and pricey dirt boxes converged.
150$ is just silly
$150 just silly
$130 mildly humorous
$110 you have my curiosity
$100 you have my attention
$80 whoaaa nnelly
$70 why so serious?
Yea I'm a simple man, and a simple man likes his Boss SD-1
It's a travesty that no one does an SD-1 in a mini enclosure.
Is that not what a Valeton DS-10 is?
That’s based on a DS-1 not an SD-1
The Valeton OD-10 is an OD-1 clone. Not sure why they stopped there.
Thanks for that. Won't be getting one of those so.
Mooer is releasing their version of this in time for Christmas.
Just have fun with it.
I feel like I always just have fun with it! Thanks for the support guys and for helping us have an awesome pedal launch!!
Sooo... Just to conclude the whole Nano Attack thing... You can have the same result as with a GEQ pedal (cut some low-end, boost some mids and the attack knob is just how much high-end you dial in) and of course the internal trim pot is how much level you boost on a GEQ... And 150$ for that? Well, count me in!
Or am I missing something here?
A full featured mini OD pedal, aimed at the modern metal guitarist, made by a reputable manufacturer, for a fair price.
I'm not seeing a reason to hate on it.
I don't have anything against this pedal but calling it full featured is quite a laugh.
yeah...there is only 1 knob
I think this pedal has just simple eq boost around 1.4k and cut in lows to 'preserve' punch from being lost. Or it isnt?