Radical Red Reverberator
I play rock, blues, jazz, and metal. I play a Carvin 127 into an old school Trace Elliot (made in england). I like high end pedals, (diamond comp, fulltone fatboost, emma reezafratzitz, dr. scientist.) soda? coke is always a winner, firefly drinks are good too!
My name is Ryan Gelber. I'm from the band, Relax to Paris. I run my fender strat and jazzmaster through an orange rockerverb 50. My pedal effects include a matchless hotbox, t rex delay, boss tuner, and the dr. scientist tremolessence. I try not to drink much soda, but I like Dr. Pepper.
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I play a Musicman Stingray on an ampeg SVT III pro with a 4x10 cab. I am currently obsessed with effect pedals and received my RRR today. My pedal board consists of a Digitech Bass Synth Wah, Malekko B:Assmaster, Catalinbread Semaphore, Subdecay Quasar and now an RRR in that order.
Guitar with "Almost Floating" Gear........:Parker,Reverend,Fender, Manzer and other guitars. On the floor, Fulltone, Zvex, T.C. Electronics, Moog, Vox, Hermida Audio, Stephenson, Menatone and now,............Dr.Scientist!
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I play blues via my Gretsch, Robin Savoy & Valley Arts tele guitars thru a Dr.Z Mazerati amp.
I'm in a band playing post rock, I have a 1973 Telecaster Deluxe i use a Meas Boogie amp, I use a T rex Replica delay, Electro Harmonix Holy grail reverb, Turbo rat distortion and now happily a Dr Scientist "The Tremolessence". I like coca cola and girls prefeably not together.
I like plain guitar into amp tone, and I play an Epiphone Riviera with P-94s into a Fender tube amp (either Pro Jr. at home or 59 Bassman RI at practice or shows) with minimal pedals, because most pedals make me angry and not jolly.
My gear: Fender Left Handed Standard Strat/w/ Seymour Duncan APS II p/u's. Fender Telecaster w/ DiMarzio hot Tele p/u's. Crybaby, DOD fuzz, phaser, compressor, octave, american metal, noise gate. Peavey Supreme Head, Avatar, 2x12 cabinet. My favorite soda is Root Beer!!! I don't have any of the good Dr's pedals yet, but I was able to "borrow" a friend of mine's "Frazz Dazzler" (it's been about 7 months! I think I'll tell him I LOST it!...LoL! sorry Carl!)
I play ambient space heavy instrumental stuff. I'm a always in outer space to protect the sun that makes life possible for us from evil meteors launched by masters of emptiness. The tremolessence is not boring or spooky. It helps me keep from sleeping when I play music too late with it's stroboscop's lightnings going in the eyes of those who care.
I'm a hobbyist. I play an Epiphone Elitist Custom LP into either a VOX AC15 or and Orange AD30. I've been searching for the right pedals. I'm almost there. Just a couple more Dr. Scientist pedals to go. The Reverberator is amazing. I instantly found tones that brought to many different places. Thank You Ryan and Tanya and whoever else that makes these pedals possible. These are instant classics!
walls of sound, shimmer and swoon! dr browns celery soda please I like reverb, like lots of reverb, tons, grand canyon style. The Radical Red Reverberator isn't the holy grail, it's the VOICE OF GOD. When I kick the bucket, if saint peter ain't at the gates playing "where the streets have no name" through one of these, i'm going to the other party!
I own about 35 pedals by about 25 manufacturers. Played on everything from Disney records to John Cale. High-end Ginger Ale is my soda of choice, not that Canada Dry crap, oh, wait - Sorry! I was looking for a small reverb pedal for about 2 years, and finally landed on this one. The Leslie simulator is a nice bonus! I have one of those Hughes&Kettner Leslie pedals but it's huge....The Reverberator is quite a cushy cloud of spaciousness for me to lay my big old head on.
- Lovetone Big Cheese (my favourite) - Lovetone Ring Stinger - Zvex Wha Probe - Fulltone Fulldrive II mosfet - Voodoo lab Tremolo - DR SCIENTIST SUNNY DAY DELAY Fender jazzmaster (US) and Orange AD30 amp. Soda? I prefer a salame... My name is Danilo and I'm from Italy. I have bought this pedal two weeks ago in London (Vintage and rare guitars shop). I love all freaky stuff. This pedal is beautiful and freaky and sounds in amazing way. I played a gig with your pedal (in my pedalboard) at the Adelphi Club in Hull (UK). Great show! Well done guys! Well done! Thanks, Dan from Italy.
My pedal board has expanded! I am now using a Budda Wah, HBE Power Screamer w/ Fat Boost, MXR EVH Phase 90 & Flanger, Boss Super Shifter, Ibanez AD-9 and of course my Sunny Day Delay & this brand new custom NY Mets Color Cosmichorus!!! Soon to come is the Reverberator - "Off The Airberator" on hold for me at Ludlow Gtrs!!! Totally Psyched! Thanx for the great pedals Hey Ryan & Tanya! Thanx so much for the beautiful sounding Cosmichorus. By far the greatest chorus pedal I have ever owned. Awesome tone and flexibility. I really love the custom colors too! Great job! Let's Go Mets!
Fat, ballsy guitars and modeling amps. "Cockta", a unique ex-yugoslavian drink pretty much rules over everything else, despite being very possibly radioactive. Frazz Dazzler turned my gray, chilling, communism-tainted suburbia winter into a face-melting firestorm. I don't foresee ever taking it out of the pedal chain. Black carbon finish, #38. The gate is fantastic. The sputtering, aggressive shrieks I can get out of it are not to be found elsewhere.
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I use Les Pauls and Mesa Boogie Stiletto Head. I am using an Avatar cab with 2X12 Hellatone 60 Ls. I have a million pedals but I am currently stepping on a Crybaby, Rotovibe, HBE Powerscreamer, Ibanez AD9 (circa '83 or so) and of course my new Sunny Day Delay!!!! Soon to come the long awaited Cosmichorus dr scientist testimonial: Sweet sounding pedal!!! When I got back into pedals, I broke out some old pedals and bought some on past experiences finding out sadly that companies are not the same as they were in the 80's! So I have been selling off my name brand pedals and searching for interesting, quality pedals like yours! Thanks! Tried this pedal up against 5 other delays and there was no comparison!
Bought from Acoustic Music in Edmonton. Go visit them. They are great to deal with, except for PUD!! ;) WooferWailer - sound great on its own or in a chain. Great for blues or any kinda rock
I've gone from having a huge do it all rig and scalled back in recent months, but I still pride myself in my pedal board filled with fantastic effects.... ironic that it's quickly becoming a Dr. Scientist board. I primary use Gibson guitars and rock through a vintage AC30 or Marshall amps. My boards drive section consists of a Woofer Wailer and some Xotic FX drive boxes (RC, AC+, BB) But my modulation side is all the Scientist! (aside from my phaser) The more recent additon? The Reverberator! The Reverberator is the ultimate reverb pedal! It can add just enough reverb splash to help liven up and thicken your dreary tone, or even built up and give you that distant fill that you love! Mine's also go the new Rotary effect which is just miles ahead of anything that Roland or DLS can provide!
I play a Fender Mark Knopfler strat & a Yamaha SA305 TVL through a Fender Bassman and/or Fender Texas Red Hot Rod Deluxe. Just installed the Cosmichorus on my board. Great tone and lots of variations. Looking forward to owning & gigging with.
I shred a '63 gretsch and a '71 hagstrom through a '68 bassman head. I also have a bunch of japanese boss pedals and other randomness. but my cleaness is always pluged in. they are the best pedals ever. I want to trade in all my boss pedals so i can get more sounds from outer space.
first it was the Woofer Wailer, then it was a Tremolessence, now...we add the Sunny Day Delay to the mix! What a great pedal, creative graphics (mine's got a pirate ship!) and just amazing sound quality emits from this colorful box! The chorus feature is nice and subtle, and the delays are nice, loud, and percusvie. Want slapback? you got it! want sweet subtle delays? yea hu! How about big long vacant echos? definatly! this thing is your end all for non-tap tempo digital delays!
I sing and play guitar in the band The Pettit Project, as well as run the studio for Chris Smith Management and produce all sorts of rock and punk bands. I'm insanely into my Frazz Dazzler and Sunday Day Delay. My delay is all over my cleans and leads, and the Frazz is the (now exposed!) secret to my lead tone. You can hear the Frazz on the hook riff in the song "Mr. Obvious" if you follow the link below. I think the FD is in the right speaker... and in my <3. www.myspace.com/thepettitproject
Long before the intergalactic empire that is Dr. Scientist there was a lone drone slaving away in his secret hideout. From these humble beginnings many experiments took place. One of these experiments was the great Grandfather of the Cleaness pedal. Simply titled 'boost', it has withstood the test of time (and even an atomic bomb or two). Flawlessly it delivers solar year after solar year. It has become and itegral part of 'the rig' and will be for many moons to come.
I'm using a few right now great & unique pedals!!! sunny delay = warm spinal sensations!! band name: the jonny law band
I would like to thanks all people in Dr. Scientist for making a kick ass Tremolessence. I love the sound so much and it made me sell one of my trem pedal from Z***... Ryan is a very nice guy and patiently answer all my question and request.. I really appreciate it
I'm a tone nerd. Straight up. I work with guitar players that have great tone, if not... I reject their reality and substitute my own... ha (mythbuster's plug, my bad.)I use some nice custom'dddd out Fender gEEtars into a few different amps depending on the mood that strikes, and it sounds great. I'm into some good rock tunes, the standards such as AC/DC, The Zep, and such but... I also like the new breed of Buckcherry, The Bronx, Army of Anyone, GNR, pretty much anything with a ripping solo. I make records, some you may have heard, probably have, but this post isn't about me. It's about the Dr's of Scientist... and their good sccchhhttuuufff!
The Sunny Day Delay is smooth as cream, round lovely sounding and better looking than any other piece of gear you'll ever own ! Gives me big smile each time I see/plug it. I use it mainly with japan tele/ESP strat, old mxr phase 45, dynacomp and soldano/VHT. Root beer is way cool, Doctor Scientist definitely rules !
I don't drink sodapop, mostly I drink tea. I like SPACEROCK. And maths. I play a Jazzmaster and a Danelectro through a pair of baby Voxes and lots of pedals, mainly Electroharmonix.
Woofer Wailer and the Cleanness and i gotta stick with cream soda.
I use alot of stompboxes, and I've been using alot for years. Dr. Scientist is my favorite line of pedals that I've ever seen. Creative, New, Refreshing, Comical...Who else is sick of clones? Long live the good doctor.
I like the Tremolessence. Very warm. I now have a good trem pedal thanks!
I got tons of gear, and use quite a bit of it. My rig consists of a rack of EQ's, a crowther audio hotckae, vox tremolo, Maxon AD999 delay, phase90, DAnelectro Octave pedal, a Woofer Wailer, and now a Tremolessence! I can get almost any sound I want out of my effects board. My amps are Marshall JCM900 and a collection of Vox AC30's
The Woofer Wailer is by far the best little green-box pedal I've ever plugged into! The tone is smooth and subtle when you want it to be, and then just rips your nuts off when you click it over to 'square' mode! This pedal is the ultimate rockin pedal for the Rolodex sound. It has replaced my Crowther Audio Hot Cake! Which has been my secret weapon for years.
www.rolodexmusic.net or www.myspace.com/rolodexrock
fender '52 reissue tele, eastman ER2, going through a hot-rod deluxe. I'm a professional guitarist in edmonton alberta, san pellegrino limonatta is simply the most refreshing soft drink on the market today.
Gentlemen, this pedal is truly a piece of electronic greatness. It does a hundred different things with a wee twist of the knobs. It's loud it's quiet, it's high, low, mid. squealy, feedbacky, crisp, clean, dirty, fuzzy, crunchy... you name. It has added a fantastic dimension to my sound. I've never been much with full on distortion, but crunch and dust is right up my alley with crisp clean tones. This pedal, obviously, belongs in my line up.
Bryan rocks the pedals while in his studio Kobot Labs.