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mickbenjamins
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39 posts since 22 Mar, 2017, from Berlin, Germany

Postby mickbenjamins; Wed Jul 04, 2018 12:49 am Re: Behringer Neutron

foosnark wrote:
mickbenjamins wrote:I ended up starting a pedal board too. It feels like a similar money sink as going modular...


It does :) I'm trying to restrain myself and not duplicate too many effects between pedals, Euro and VST, but some pedals have a unique sound that appeals to me.

Right now I've got a Rat clone, an Earthquaker Afterneath and a Zoom MS-70CDR set up, and some of my older and less fun pedals in storage. I'd really like to add a Fairfield Shallow Water, Meris Mercury 7, Industrialectric RM-1N and a Gamechanger Plus, but probably not all of those are going to happen.

The Shallow Water is awesome, had me eyes on that, but couldn't justify the price. The Warped Vinyl + Generation Loss will probably cover most of the sounds the Shallow Water can do.

So instead I spent that money on the Neutron :help:
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foosnark
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4303 posts since 9 Jan, 2003, from Saint Louis MO

Postby foosnark; Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:26 am Re: Behringer Neutron

That's the way it goes -- the only reason to save money / avoid buying gear is to buy other gear :hihi:
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chaosWyrM
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1664 posts since 28 Apr, 2010, from NYC

Postby chaosWyrM; Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:20 am Re: Behringer Neutron

ive never pre-ordered music gear before...so i apologize if this is a stupid question...

sweetwater says the neutron should be available "beginning this Fall".....but guitar center says "Available 07-20-2018"

sooooo.....does that mean gc is getting them first? or are they just trying to get me to order from them and then ill still have to wait till september/october to actually get it?
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justin3am
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10348 posts since 7 May, 2006, from Southern California

Postby justin3am; Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:50 am Re: Behringer Neutron

That is the downside of pre-ordering. There is no way to know.
Unless the product is at Behringer's local distribution warehouses, even they couldn't give you an accurate estimate for when the product will arrive in stores. If there are Neutron units in the US right now, then the July 20th date could be accurate. If they haven't shipped from the manufacturer yet, then Sweetwater's estimate is more likely.

Guitar center may have bought the whole first batch of units for the US. That is the only way I can think of that GC would get them before Sweetwater. It also depends on where you are in line, for the pre-order. Sweetwater may have sold out of their first shipment before you placed your order. So you would be waiting for the restock, before you get yours. If that is the case, you would likely run into the same deal with GC.
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vurt
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35577 posts since 25 Jan, 2003, from through the looking glass

Postby vurt; Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:58 am Re: Behringer Neutron

foosnark wrote:
mickbenjamins wrote:I ended up starting a pedal board too. It feels like a similar money sink as going modular...


It does :) I'm trying to restrain myself and not duplicate too many effects between pedals, Euro and VST, but some pedals have a unique sound that appeals to me.

Right now I've got a Rat clone, an Earthquaker Afterneath and a Zoom MS-70CDR set up, and some of my older and less fun pedals in storage. I'd really like to add a Fairfield Shallow Water, Meris Mercury 7, Industrialectric RM-1N and a Gamechanger Plus, but probably not all of those are going to happen.


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i want to add the afterneath and the reverb from meris, that thing is immense! also that gamechanger plus pedal, even if that didn't sound cool, just the design of it is worth getting hold of :hihi:
just waiting on my klein bottle for now, although the red panda tensor and particle are both calling my name too.
not to mention another mantis worth of modules...


never ends :o
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