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guitarpro 12.01.2006 08:04 PM

Effects
 
Just wonderin what ya all use when jammin out on the guitar/bass.

Mine
Boss DS1
Bsoo PH3
Boss CE5
Cry Baby Wah
Zoom 505
Digitech Grunge
Digitech PR3

finding nobody 12.01.2006 08:07 PM

Boss Mt-2 Metal Zone
Cry Baby Wah
and a random crappy mutli-effcts pedal that I use once in a blue moon

SpectralJulianIsNotDead 12.01.2006 08:24 PM

 

I have a few other pedals that are chillin off the board, but these are the main ones I use.

Inhuman 12.01.2006 08:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SpectralJulianIsNotDead
 

I have a few other pedals that are chillin off the board, but these are the main ones I use.


I like your rainbow colored power bar. If it were mine, I'd end up unscrewing it and looking for gold inside

CHOUT 12.01.2006 09:27 PM

 

CHOUT 12.01.2006 09:29 PM

SpectralJulianIsNotDead,
What is your verdict on the French Toast? Do you dig the octaveness?
It just won out over the Fender Blender on my main board - in some ways, it sounds better.

SpectralJulianIsNotDead 12.01.2006 10:41 PM

I love the octave mode. It sounds really awesome being pumped into the muff. Also sweet on bass. The volume drop is annoying, but it isn't an issue in octave mode, only in straight up mode.

CHOUT 12.02.2006 04:08 AM

I never use it in non-octave mode. Maybe I should try it. Sounds great pumped through my DBM - used it tonight.

SpectralJulianIsNotDead 12.02.2006 11:40 AM

It isn't worth bending over and switching it. It just lacks the clarity and roar that a big muff has. Mostly because it doesn't increase the volume.

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 11:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SpectralJulianIsNotDead
It isn't worth bending over and switching it. It just lacks the clarity and roar that a big muff has. Mostly because it doesn't increase the volume.


yeah, how is it volumewise? should i go for it?

Pacafeliz 12.02.2006 11:56 AM

here's some of it...
 

missing in the shot is the roland space echo...

rock on!

Pat.

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 11:59 AM

feck thats nice. vintage muff,mmmm...

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 12:22 PM

 

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 12:54 PM

haha, very similar gear!

contrelefuckingsexisme 12.02.2006 01:01 PM

i want all those pedals
:(
i only have one and it kinda sucks...

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 02:00 PM

i want to get a sovtek small stone and a daneletro tremolo.

edit: i might get another fuzz pedal

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 02:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by contrelefuckingsexisme
i want all those pedals
:(
i only have one and it kinda sucks...


which one do you have?

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 02:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CHOUT
 


vintage phaser is gone :(

you got pulsar and muff drive?

just how rich are you?

Pacafeliz 12.02.2006 02:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by king_buzzo
i want to get a sovtek small stone and a daneletro tremolo.

edit: i might get another fuzz pedal


are the green sovteks better than the others, i.e. the us version or the vintage ones? i've had some of the old ones, roland phase 5 and jet phaser, but i'm not really much of a phaer guy. i might consider getting a nice old MXR or Coron i have for sale locally.
i mean back in the 90s i got one of those huge green sovtek/EHX big muffs, but sold it when i got my vintage one. now they're priced sky high...
i ask cuz a friend o' mine is selling his green sovtek small stone.

thanks!

Pat.

king_buzzo 12.02.2006 02:10 PM

well, theres not much difference exept that the switch on the vintage one isnt true bypass. the vintage sovteks really look nice.. i heard that the boxing was made with old recycled tank parts. how cool is that?


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