Demo of Quasi Tap - coil-tap tones on humB without rewiring!

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Demo of Quasi Tap - coil-tap tones on humB without rewiring!

Postby voxman on Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:59 pm

Would you like to have single coil tones from all p/up positions in all your humbucking guitars (Les Paul, SG etc), with NO coil tap rewiring, full hum cancelling characteristics retained, and (almost) no volume drop? Too good to be true? Check out my you-tube demo here of a new boutique pedal... the Quasi Tap:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URDmMiI_7yc

Rich :wink:
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Re: Demo of Quasi Tap - coil-tap tones on humB without rewir

Postby exgenerator on Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:53 am

Man, I wanna believe it, the price is right, but I'm just not hearing it. I'm sure it sounds better in person, are there any stores where I could try one out?
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Re: Demo of Quasi Tap - coil-tap tones on humB without rewir

Postby Tube Rube on Thu Feb 16, 2012 9:51 pm

Swing and a miss, that sounds like a bucker with some of the the bass/lo mids eq'd out, doesn't sound like a strat etc. to my ears.... :-|
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