megabyte

Need help overcoming irrational analog-delay addiction? This PT2399-driven fox will sweetly, gently (or not) lead the way. The PG Caroline Guitar Company Megabyte review.


Recorded using the boost side of a SoundBrut DrVa, a Ground Control Tsukoyomi mid boost, a silver-panel Fender Vibrolux Reverb (miked with a Royer R-121 and a Shure SM57) and the DI out from a Fender Rumble 200 combo feeding an Audient iD44 going into GarageBand with no EQ-ing, compression, or effects.
Clip 1: Squier Telecaster with Curtis Novak Tele-V and JM-V pickups (in middle position), first with Megabyte bypassed, then with Megabyte engaged and mix at 10 o’clock, sum/feedback at 10:30, gain and modulation at max, and manipulating warp and clock/delay time (at end of clip).
 

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Pros:
Super-cool might-as-well-be analog sounds. Near-perfect balance of flexibility, simplicity, and compactness. Self-oscillation feature more flexible than previous iterations.

Cons:
Tap-tempo can be finicky at lower bpms.

Street:
$249

Caroline Guitar Company
carolineguitar.com



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