Project: 23-402

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nad wrote: Mon Mar 04, 2024 8:37 pm Spent a lot of time with this one yesterday, and it's really, really good. I found my ideal bass setting and just move the volume up/down depending on what I plug into it. Makes a fantastic complement to the first 11:11 pedal, vastly different. Even wrote a half-ass dumb-ass song with it, that's always a good sign for new fuzz.

Going through D*A*M pedals to find the bass friendly types has been an adventure over the last 10 years. Just gotta dive in go for it, as some do, and some don't. When I signed up for this Mystical Order of 11 v. 11 I was hoping that one of them would work just fine on the big strings, and then maybe sell the others later if they were more ideally tuned to 6-string types.

But, so far, 2 for 2! The Project is a great success for my gigantic amplifiers and the continuous destruction of my eardrums. :smashed:
That's the way :freakout:

Gotta try them on bass too. Perhaps you are willing to share your settings :badteeth:
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nad wrote: Mon Mar 04, 2024 8:37 pm Spent a lot of time with this one yesterday, and it's really, really good. I found my ideal bass setting and just move the volume up/down depending on what I plug into it. Makes a fantastic complement to the first 11:11 pedal, vastly different. Even wrote a half-ass dumb-ass song with it, that's always a good sign for new fuzz.

Going through D*A*M pedals to find the bass friendly types has been an adventure over the last 10 years. Just gotta dive in go for it, as some do, and some don't. When I signed up for this Mystical Order of 11 v. 11 I was hoping that one of them would work just fine on the big strings, and then maybe sell the others later if they were more ideally tuned to 6-string types.

But, so far, 2 for 2! The Project is a great success for my gigantic amplifiers and the continuous destruction of my eardrums. :smashed:
Yeah, would be great and interesting to see your settings.
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Here is a sound clip comparing the Asmodeus and the Death Blues.
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Markusgit81 wrote: Sun Mar 10, 2024 8:50 pm Here is a sound clip comparing the Asmodeus and the Death Blues.
Oh Man... So which of the devices opened the portal ca 01:20?
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Zax wrote: Mon Mar 11, 2024 11:01 pm
Markusgit81 wrote: Sun Mar 10, 2024 8:50 pm Here is a sound clip comparing the Asmodeus and the Death Blues.
Oh Man... So which of the devices opened the portal ca 01:20?
The sound clip starts with the Asmodeus. First 30 seconds Level and Color on 12 and changing the Sustain then changing thew Colour. From 0:42 it's the Death Blues in the different settings suggested by its creator. 1:20 should be setting 4 of the Death Blues.
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