New Chase Bliss - Thermae

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  • markblagdonmarkblagdon Frets: 735
    Hmmm - id have to agree with Bonamassa on that one...
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Tick tock tick tock. 

    I want my Thermae now. 
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    Tick tock tick tock. 

    I want my Thermae now. 
    Same mate. I’m sure you’re aware but delivery has been pushed back to 14/6. 

    Ive never anticipated any purchase as much as this tho! 
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  • meltedbuzzboxmeltedbuzzbox Frets: 7626
    If only it could do non-delayed pitch too (like a POG) it’d be an essential for me. If it can’t, I’m not sure it can do anything I can’t do with any / all of H9, PS-3, Ottobit and Polymoon. 

    Not to say I won’t want it mind. 
    Tick tock tick tock. 

    I want my Thermae now. 



    Many thoughts here but I think LOL will do
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • meltedbuzzboxmeltedbuzzbox Frets: 7626
    Im not hearing anything revolutionary in that pedal to be honest. It made me think of the count to 5 if anything
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    Im not hearing anything revolutionary in that pedal to be honest. It made me think of the count to 5 if anything
    Hmmm I don’t know. My main gripe with the CT5 was that it was capable of amazing things. But they were really hard to recreate in a band context. You’d have a great idea at home and couldn’t find it again at a practice session. 

    If only for the fact that Thermae has save-able presets I think it wins over the CT5. 
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Oh, and I don’t have an H9 now either. 

    TOTALLY JUSTIFIED. 
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  • meltedbuzzboxmeltedbuzzbox Frets: 7626
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I might be wrong and I have no knowledge of these things (MIDI) but I think you can program the MF104M to do sequenced steps and stuff via midi. 

    I know you can do it with the midi murf, and I remember some dude on TGP that has all the moogerfoogers and each revision (murf.bass/murf/midi murf, 104z/m/sd etc) said about doing some truly mad midi things with the moogs. 
    Im damned if I can find the post though :-(

    Still not totally sold on the Chase bliss, I liked it the most with the keys but I will reserve judgement until I hear it in the flesh. 

    I get why you like it though, its very you
    The Bigsby was the first successful design of what is now called a whammy bar or tremolo arm, although vibrato is the technically correct term for the musical effect it produces. In standard usage, tremolo is a rapid fluctuation of the volume of a note, while vibrato is a fluctuation in pitch. The origin of this nonstandard usage of the term by electric guitarists is attributed to Leo Fender, who also used the term “vibrato” to refer to what is really a tremolo effect.
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I might be wrong and I have no knowledge of these things (MIDI) but I think you can program the MF104M to do sequenced steps and stuff via midi. 

    I know you can do it with the midi murf, and I remember some dude on TGP that has all the moogerfoogers and each revision (murf.bass/murf/midi murf, 104z/m/sd etc) said about doing some truly mad midi things with the moogs. 
    Im damned if I can find the post though :-(

    Still not totally sold on the Chase bliss, I liked it the most with the keys but I will reserve judgement until I hear it in the flesh. 

    I get why you like it though, its very you
    It is indeed. And to be honest, have been hugely impressed by my Brothers, WVmk2 and Tonal Recall RKM. Most importantly they sound superb... but the control you can have over them, especially in my setup, is really creative. 
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  • WazmeisterWazmeister Frets: 3911
    I’m with @GavRichList here... every CB I’ve tried has been special 
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  • RaymondLinRaymondLin Frets: 3615
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
    Aye, I ear-spotted you 
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  • RaymondLinRaymondLin Frets: 3615
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
    Aye, I ear-spotted you 
    You notice the name on the front has changed?
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
    Aye, I ear-spotted you 
    You notice the name on the front has changed?
    I didn’t, but Paul pointed it out. He’s got one with Harmonizer on it. 
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  • RaymondLinRaymondLin Frets: 3615
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
    Aye, I ear-spotted you 
    You notice the name on the front has changed?
    I didn’t, but Paul pointed it out. He’s got one with Harmonizer on it. 
    Same, I am waiting for Joel to ask for it back and replace it with a production copy….
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  • colourofsoundcolourofsound Frets: 302
    Polymoon went. The mini-doc was the one that properly did it for me. Sounds so good. 

    https://youtu.be/Zg70GAALnOY

    Also @meltedbuzzbox I did say that I’d inevitably want one. Turns out I was right. 
    I was so chuffed I got a mention :astonished:  Also I had no idea Knobs's identity is a secret!
    Aye, I ear-spotted you 
    You notice the name on the front has changed?
    I didn’t, but Paul pointed it out. He’s got one with Harmonizer on it. 
    Same, I am waiting for Joel to ask for it back and replace it with a production copy….
    So you have one! How is it? Glossed over that Raymond ;)
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Tracking details received. Due Friday :O
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    Tracking details received. Due Friday :O
    Did you order from our Canadian friends Gav? No update on my order at the mo :-(
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Tracking details received. Due Friday :O
    Did you order from our Canadian friends Gav? No update on my order at the mo :-(
    Nope, it’s coming direct from Chase Bliss
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    Mines out for delivery today!!!!!! Can’t recommend Electric Mojo Guitars enough. Incredible customer service
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Mines out for delivery today!!!!!! Can’t recommend Electric Mojo Guitars enough. Incredible customer service
    Yep, they’re ace. 

    You bugger. Tomorrow for me. 
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    It’s here! 
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  • GavRichListGavRichList Frets: 4426
    Mines just left stanstead
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    So I couldnt resist and just shot home on my dinner to try it out. It's definitely its own instrument and is going to need some serious learning time, which I anticipated and will enjoy. BUT the sounds are incredible, the delay is super dark and I assume this is similar to the Tonal Recall. I dont think its for everybody, you can tame the darkness with the LPF but that introduces a bit of noise. Personally I like it dark.

    I cant wait to see what people like Gav and the other super creative guys on here do with it. I have uploaded a short video clip to my instagram which I dont know how to link here but my username is the same there if anyone wants to head over for a look.
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  • BintyTwanger77BintyTwanger77 Frets: 1227
    So I couldnt resist and just shot home on my dinner to try it out. It's definitely its own instrument and is going to need some serious learning time, which I anticipated and will enjoy. BUT the sounds are incredible, the delay is super dark and I assume this is similar to the Tonal Recall. I dont think its for everybody, you can tame the darkness with the LPF but that introduces a bit of noise. Personally I like it dark.

    I cant wait to see what people like Gav and the other super creative guys on here do with it. I have uploaded a short video clip to my instagram which I dont know how to link here but my username is the same there if anyone wants to head over for a look.
    If prizes were given for loveliest warble...

    Sounds beautiful. I know you’ll need to experiment more to find out, but I’d be interested to hear how controllable the arpeggiation is, what note intervals/patterns you can dial in.
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1025
    So I couldnt resist and just shot home on my dinner to try it out. It's definitely its own instrument and is going to need some serious learning time, which I anticipated and will enjoy. BUT the sounds are incredible, the delay is super dark and I assume this is similar to the Tonal Recall. I dont think its for everybody, you can tame the darkness with the LPF but that introduces a bit of noise. Personally I like it dark.

    I cant wait to see what people like Gav and the other super creative guys on here do with it. I have uploaded a short video clip to my instagram which I dont know how to link here but my username is the same there if anyone wants to head over for a look.
    If prizes were given for loveliest warble...

    Sounds beautiful. I know you’ll need to experiment more to find out, but I’d be interested to hear how controllable the arpeggiation is, what note intervals/patterns you can dial in.
    I’m probably the worst person to answer something like that, you may want to hold out for someone more knowledgeable to come along. The tracking seems very accurate though. It’s hard to check the intervals as it’s a delay so they come and go rapidly but trying to check them was pretty much first thing I did and they seem bang on. 

    (I think) the second interval is measured against the first one and not the base note so that’s the biggest learn at the moment. Leaving it on and keeping the mix low under ambient playing is just fucking joyful though. 

    The available intervals are 4th, 5th, octave, octave + 5th & 2 octaves in both directions. 
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  • BintyTwanger77BintyTwanger77 Frets: 1227
    So I couldnt resist and just shot home on my dinner to try it out. It's definitely its own instrument and is going to need some serious learning time, which I anticipated and will enjoy. BUT the sounds are incredible, the delay is super dark and I assume this is similar to the Tonal Recall. I dont think its for everybody, you can tame the darkness with the LPF but that introduces a bit of noise. Personally I like it dark.

    I cant wait to see what people like Gav and the other super creative guys on here do with it. I have uploaded a short video clip to my instagram which I dont know how to link here but my username is the same there if anyone wants to head over for a look.
    If prizes were given for loveliest warble...

    Sounds beautiful. I know you’ll need to experiment more to find out, but I’d be interested to hear how controllable the arpeggiation is, what note intervals/patterns you can dial in.
    I’m probably the worst person to answer something like that, you may want to hold out for someone more knowledgeable to come along. The tracking seems very accurate though. It’s hard to check the intervals as it’s a delay so they come and go rapidly but trying to check them was pretty much first thing I did and they seem bang on. 

    (I think) the second interval is measured against the first one and not the base note so that’s the biggest learn at the moment. Leaving it on and keeping the mix low under ambient playing is just fucking joyful though. 

    The available intervals are 4th, 5th, octave, octave + 5th & 2 octaves in both directions. 
    Ah, good to know. I’m just hankering after some arpeggation, and the H9 did that and oh dear christ am I really going to yo-yo back to getting one again for the Nth time...?

    I just can’t get over the fact that Joel was aiming for a pedal that sounded like a warm bath and it absolutely sounds like a warm bath. A genius.
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  • RaymondLinRaymondLin Frets: 3615
    I currently in my hand 3 Termaes for a few days....long story, can you drown in this bath?
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