£104.00 + £10.00 delivery
In stock. Sold by Musik Produktiv GmbH
Quantity:1

Other Sellers on Amazon
Add to Basket
£115.00
+ FREE UK delivery
Sold by: Fair Deal Music
Add to Basket
£119.00
+ FREE UK delivery
Sold by: Rich Tone Music
Add to Basket
£125.00
+ FREE UK delivery
Sold by: Reidy's Home Of Music
Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon

Image Unavailable

Image not available for
Colour:
  • Tc electronic The Dreamscape John Petrucci
  • Sorry, this item is not available in
  • Image not available
      

Tc electronic The Dreamscape John Petrucci

by TC
1 customer review

Price: £104.00
Only 2 left in stock.
Dispatched from and sold by Musik Produktiv GmbH.
8 new from £102.82
  • Effect Type: Chorus
  • Special Features: Signature Model
See more product details
£104.00 Only 2 left in stock. Dispatched from and sold by Musik Produktiv GmbH.

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions5.1 x 7.6 x 15.2 cm
Item model numberDreamscape
  
Additional Information
ASINB0074GK2RO
Best Sellers Rank 31,696 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight399 g
Date First Available9 Feb. 2012
  
Feedback
 Would you like to give feedback on images?
 

Product Description

6 modulation effects in one pedal (2 chorus, 2 flanger and 2 vibrato) Contrôles Speed, Depth, FX Level, Toneprints effects 2 mono inputs 2 stereo outputs Powered by optional 9VDC power supply or optional 9V battery


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
5 star
1
4 star
0
3 star
0
2 star
0
1 star
0
See the customer review
Share your thoughts with other customers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr M J Milbourn on 14 Jan. 2014
In my 40 years of guitar playing I have used many, many modulation pedals; chorus, flange, phase, vibrato, Leslie emulations and now look for pedals that produce beautiful quality sounds, stability for gigging and studio, noise free and easy to use. The Dreamscape hits all these buttons and is an excellent pedal I would recommend anyone to try it out.

In my experience it is rare that I ever need to run more than one modulation effect at a time but my pedal board is usually groaning under the weight of all the separate pedals required for gigs. I now have the Dreamscape as my single, go to pedal for chorus, flange, vibrato etc and run it through the effects loops of my amps, if my board could talk I'm sure it would offer a big vote of thanks. I do use a Boss stereo chorus to split the guitar sound into the front of a pair of amps, using a subtle chorus it opens up the sound beautifully.

The dreamscape is quiet, robust, easy to use and the sounds are stunning; everything from shimmering ambience to nerve jangling crazy modulation. The addition of the tone print facility just makes it more useful and the new editing app should prove to be a great time waster.

I would recommend this pedal to anyone after a seriously good and versatile modulation pedal.

Tc electronic The Dreamscape John Petrucci
Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback...
Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know.
Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again

Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)

Amazon.com: 16 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
The only USABLE chorus pedal out there. 17 Aug. 2013
By Jase Michel - Published on Amazon.com
So I'm not suggesting there aren't better products out there, just that this is the nicest chorus I've ever played in my 15 years of practicing, touring, gigging, rehearsing, and recording. Again; the keyword here is USABLE. This is a beautiful sounding AND looking pedal - it's super classy with its chrome knurled knobs, bright blue LED, and custom sparkle teal color.

It's hard to find an unusable tone in this thing except at the most extremes of settings - the tones are even useful for crunch and distortion/OD and are especially if you're running a dual amp (stereo) setup. The stock presets are nice with great usable throws of the knobs; nothing that will blow your speakers if you turn one knob too far. You could find a great setting and just leave it on all the time (I like CHO2 with SPEED and DEPTH around 12 o'clock and FX LEVEL dimed) for clean and distortion/OD alike.

Then there's the TonePrint feature. This is the cat's pajamas, SERIOUSLY. Not only can you download TONS of tones from famous artists and beam them directly to the pedal via your iPhone into the guitar's pickup, you can download TC E's TonePrint Editor, which allows you to alter the tones and create your own with loads of tweak-able parameters. As for anyone who complains there isn't enough control over this pedal, they obviously haven't messed with the TonePrint Editor. It's staggering what you can do, if you ever get bored of all the endorser's tones.

There are lots of good demos on YouTube. I just posted a 32 minute video demo/review of this pedal over there - just search for "zakhansonfan dreamscape" and mine's the first video that pops up. I go through almost EVERY possible tone with both clean and distorted guitar.

Cons:
-I probably would have preferred the inclusion of a phaser instead of the vibrato feature, but I almost never use phaser anyway, so it's not a big deal (though maybe I would if it sounded as nice as this pedal does).
-The toneprint was a little finicky to get set up because at first my firmware needed to be updated. Once I settled down and followed instructions, that only took a minute of two, so no biggie.
-The included USB cable is WAY to short; unless you want to disconnect the pedal from your system and move it closer to the computer, you can't really get at it using the TonePrint editor. This is a minor gripe, but given that if you want to make tweaks, it helps to be able to hear how your changes are affecting your overall sound. This can be fixed with USB extension cable (or just a longer USB cable).
-If you want a different preset, you must actually bend down and turn the knob, which wouldn't be a problem except...
-Knob positions are global, and not all "neutral" setting are "neutral" for all settings. So if you like your settings in CHO2 and you turn the knob to FLA1, you're gonna have to adjust the speed, depth, and level, otherwise it will sound bad too extreme.
-It does have some extreme settings, which are pointless and novel; but it only takes a second or two to reign the sound back into a usable range.
-What this pedal can do is far greater than advertised, so a lot you're gonna have to figure out by trial and error - for instance, I suspect using the TonePrint editor, I can go in and make the 12 o'clock settings for all the presets useful, so that when I change from preferred settings in CHO1 to FLA2, the current knob positions are still useful - maybe needing only some MINOR tweaking.

I know it sounds like I have a LOT of complaints. But in reality, I had to scrape the bottom of the barrel for these and they're very minor. You're gonna LOVE this pedal. I know it's one of my few (along with a tuner, Bad Horsie 2 wah, Ibanez TS808, and Deluxe Memory Man analog delay) that are now officially a part of "MY" sound. Watch my video and try one out yourself - you'll love it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Pedal! 7 April 2014
By Fusion Sine - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Another great pedal from TCE.
Wonderful sounds and the choice between Chorus, Flanging or Vibrato.
The presets are good, but you have the option to download additional sounds from your iPhone through your guitar!
It has a permanent place on my pedalboard now.
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Weak and Overpriced 6 July 2013
By Rick Langdon - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
On paper, it sounds like this would be a nice pedal ... combining Chorus, Flanger and Vibrato in one pedal with one of today's best progressive metal guitarists helping with the design ... however, in reality this is no dream ... if you happen to like the 6 presets this pedal might work for you ... but if you want to dial in your own sound there just really isn't enough control ... what you wind up with is not really a pedal that combines these effects and allows you to tailor your sound ... you wind up with 6 predetermined sounds that you either like or don't ... I only found a couple of the presets to my liking but even they were just not "there" ...

I noticed the price for this pedal has come down significantly since my purchase ... I can only guess this means that people aren't being pulled in by the endorsement and the hype ...

This pedal only remained on my board for a couple of days before I accepted the fact that I made a bad choice. I went back to simple flanger and chorus pedals that give me lots more control and better outcomes.

I have been pleased with most TC Electronic pedals and I still have 2 on my pedal board. But this one was very disappointing. I will be selling it if I can.
It is the most amazing, warm sounding effect pedel that I have ever ... 16 July 2014
By John - Published on Amazon.com
I'm going to start off with the negitive stuff 1st..... He peddle needs an soft wear update right out of the box to support the toneprint app. This requires a 9v charging cord. This becomes a problem since it doesn't come with one. It also requires a nine volt batter which is not included. Not a big deal tho.

Once you deal with the technology end of the pedal and plug it in. It is the most amazing, warm sounding effect pedel that I have ever owned. What really attracted me to the dreamscape is that it is more then just a corus pedal. The flange is great and he vibrato is just as solid. Once you get the tone print working you can adjust the effects the way you like instead of just using he settings that john 5 uses for example.

You can use many tones from the tone print while using distortion... This adds deth to any guitar. I recommend this to anyone willing to listen to me babble.

There are things they can improve such as adding a reverb effect to the already vast effects his peddle already offers. Also they can give me the power cord and a 9v battery.

I gave it a 5 rating based on the sound and versatility
Petrucci's flavor in a pedal 28 Jun. 2013
By Cule - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
It's a great pleasure to have in one pedal many modulations in the flavor of John Petrucci! In the first chorus mode you get inmediately the sound of "On the back of angels" arpeggio intro (without the phaser obviously), and in the second flanger mode the sound of "Pull me under" arrangement intro even when the drive riff starts! My only concern: there is a small volume drop when the unit is switching on, something strange for a product that comes from a really good company like TC Electronics.
Were these reviews helpful? Let us know