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- Wiggling with Experience
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Sun Jul 26, 2020 7:45 am
I liked the fact its got some sense of old analogue to its sound but that could be in my head , i have looked at the Di pole and others but they sound almost a bit to clinical or precise for all my tastes
I’ve got a Parallax, QPAS and had a Dipole. Sold the Dipole because it sounds too clean, with a not very nice sounding overdrive providing the main tonal character. The multi pole is great as an effect, but not enough to keep it around.
The QPAS has a lovely characterful sound, as does the Parallax. Both could be described as vintage sounding. Love them both
- Ultra Wiggler
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Anthurium just put up a nice demo of the Parallax and Vertex on YouTube, 20+ minutes showing a lot of the different tones and textures you can get out of these modules.
- Common Wiggler
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Totally getting one of these
- Super Deluxe Wiggler
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I just ordered one of these. Been on the lookout for a stereo filter, and this one sounds good and got a few nifty tricks. Not too many demos about of it though, so hoping I'll jive with it.