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Discussion in 'THE Gretsch Discussion Forum' started by TSims1, Jul 26, 2018.
Ur killing me here !!! Can’t wait to try this thing out !
Here's the latest update on the D.C. Fluid Drive:
the D.C. Fluid Drive Proto type is finally finished (it took 3 of them to get it right)
below is the rambleosity I've been trying to boil down on the webpage for it, hoping to launch in a few weeks, try not to roll your eyes as its a process. It'll get to the point quicker I hope. Box is getting screened right now.. (maybe you can help me get to the chorus faster, I go on and on I know)
"I've wanted to provide an overdrive that leaves the bass end of my guitar signal relatively neutral. No compression or squish please unless I want to dial that in, and dont boost my upper mids. It needs to keeps the high end clear and sweet, and the rest of the EQ Fluid. Oh and I want it to stack well w other preamps and overdrives, or rather I demand it. That's it, a really useful tone tool that meshes fluidly within the signal chain of guitar, amp and pedalboard.
The D.C. FLUID DRIVE does just that: utilizing cut style EQ controls and a generous gain boost w very dynamic asymmetric clipping. You can slam the front end of the Fluid Drive w your favorite boost, drive and preamp. In fact this is designed to sit after my Brain Preamp pedals, spectacularly. 90% of the reason it exists is because I want a stackable light overdrive that plays better than most w semi-hollow body / hollow body guitars just as well solid body guitars." m
Did you scrap the skull?
Love the imagery.
Tavo has the Coolest pedals!!
Skull is gone, I posted the new graphic layout above. There was no room for it plus "fluid drive" around
the LED I really wanted.. I think it still embraces my roots rock n hotrods passion.
Gotta get me one of those new Dodges with that there Fluid Drive.
When I was a kid, my father bought old heaps for our family cars and once he took me along for a test drive in an old Chrysler with a semi-automatic, which was a variation of the Fluid Drive. I'm still mesmerized. As I understand it, these cars were very popular in the used market because they hardly ever had transmission problems, even when they were very old. So hippies would buy them for a song and drive the wheels off of them, when everyone else had long since moved on to newer cars.
Actually I wonder what it will sound like stacked with the JR Barnyard
I'll have to demo that for ya, at the moment I'm getting the EL Pesky pedal online. I am so excited, 2 YEARS in the making.
I luv the design with the rockabilly skull guy ! And I know as all ur pedals do it'll give me insperation and great old school vipe and effect ! Can't wait to get mine
Oh man no skull ? Oh well still cool !!