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282 - 9v vs 18v, Facebook fatigue, and Selling out

282 - 9v vs 18v, Facebook fatigue, and Selling out

Update: 2019-11-121
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Brian and Blake are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone podcast.

So Blake posted a picture of his Boss BF2 Flanger on Instagram, and it started an interesting discussion about how people perceive voltage affecting the pedals tone. Some believe the more the better, while others claim cool effects with low voltage. Brian talks about what may be happening.

There seems to be a little Facebook fatigue affecting the volume of traffic in some of the gear groups. Is it just Facebook, or is the trend happening across all of social media? Where is everyone going to discuss gear? Brian and Blake discuss it.

What constitutes a “sell out”? Is success a sign that you have “sold out”? The term is used quite often and the guys take a look at some of the reasons.

Reverb’s shooting a film, Brian wants to build his own pre-amp and does pitch correction work? It’s all in this week’s episode of the Chasing Tone podcast.



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282 - 9v vs 18v, Facebook fatigue, and Selling out

282 - 9v vs 18v, Facebook fatigue, and Selling out

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