- EQD Hoof
- SUF Triangle Muff (1972 v6 spec and it was spectacular)
- Eno Muff-clone
- BuggFX Raincoat
- North Effects Violet 22/7
...pretty sure I'm forgetting at least one more. The SUF and a Jam Red Muck are the best ones I've tried so far.
There's a place for everything :)
Currently I have a very gritty digital "delay" for micro looping/sampling/pitch shifting (Count To Five), a digital delay modeler set reasonably clean (the delay block in my Amplifire), a standalone digital delay for looping (OG Flashback) and an analog delay...
I've had a T-rex Chameleon for years. very good ampage for its day means it still can power almost anything. I've got a couple of Cioks Big Johns too for whenever I need to power stuff off the main board and they are very reliable.
If the Chameleon ever needs to be replaced, I'm looking first...
The Flashback is one of my favourite musical devices. It's such a straightforward, simple, unassuming thing and yet I've used it for sooo many things. Not sure about it having a reverb, but I absolutely recommend it.
A lot of Dur Dur today, a monster of a rhythm machine from Somalia: https://analogafrica.bandcamp.com/album/dur-dur-of-somalia-volume-1-volume-2-previously-unreleased-tracks - especially track 6, "Doon Baa Maraysoo".
My second album Way is now availiable for immediate consumption via Bandcamp: https://kbospeak.bandcamp.com/album/way
Some of it is gentle, some of it is fierce, most of it leans toward the serene. I hope you like it!
The bulk of the material comes from a single looping session and is largely...