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Anonymous writes:
I KNOW BOB MOOG HELPED CRUMAR ON THE DESIGN OF SEVERAL MODULES SO MAYBE THESE PEDALS COULD VERY WELL BE A MISSING LINK. THEY DO SOUND GREAT,THE PEDALS OR KEYS ARE PLASTIC (DONE BY FATAR) METAL BASE,AND PLASTIC CASE.

Comments About the Sounds:
WELL, THEY DO SOUND LIKE ANY TAURUS PEDALS I HAVE HEARD ON COUNTLESS PROGRESIVE RECORDS,MINUS THE PRESETS,BUT THE TWO WAVEFORM REALLY INTERACT ONE WITH THE OTHER AND I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO GET TUBAS,BOWED,LOTS OF GROWLING BASSES, AND AS A MATTER OF FACT I GOT IT FROM A PROGRESIVE ROCK BAND NAMED CAST (CHECK THEM OUT) AND I ALWAYS BELEIVED THE PEDALS WERE TAURUS

and Gordon Ranney for the pic

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