flavaham wrote:Okay then! Qtron+ it is! Thanks guys! Can I count on you all for some help dialing it in when it arrives?
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Avoid the little Micro Qtron in their Nano series. It just doesnt cut it.
JonnyBoy wrote:For Jerry tones and all the other classic EF tones out there, a Qtron + is the way to go in My opinion. There are some others out there at the same price point, but the Qtron+ was designed by the guy that made the MutronIII and said he used the same approach with some upgrades to the circuitry he thought it needed from the original. I guess I couldn't ask for more for $175. I have found it to have the old school EF tone, true bypass, its own effects loop for hooking up stubborn pedals that tend to react negatively to the device. It is not an original mutron, but you can get very close if tweaked well.
The Mutron III+ by Haz is not an original Mutron design or circuit. Haz used the box and graphics of the original, but put a different circuit in it, which makes it not similar on the mst important level. Some have said it is a good EF filter though, some have not liked it. If my EF broke today, I would go back with a Qtron+ or maybe one of EHX's EF hybrids on steroids.
Here's mine, snagged off CL for 100 clams...waldo041 wrote:I believe Mike Biegel actually helped design the original QTron. iirc, the first big box green qtrons are the closest ones to the original Mutron3's circuit.
joethepainter wrote:Hey, Tom Dude, I'll gladly bring my Q 'big box' up to a jam, we can A/B the auto wahs, and post the results...
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