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Old 10.11.2008, 11:51 PM   #1
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The story:

I have a Guitar Center gift card totalling about $200 to $250. I've had it for so long now that I don't recall the exact amount, but it definitely falls within that bracket. It was initially reserved for a pelham blue Epiphone Thunderbird IV bass for an ex-girlfriend, but has now fallen back into my own hands.

The context:

-I own a Fender Stratocaster with factory strings.

-I own a Crate GFX-30 amp. It's not what I would have chosen, but it was given to me for free (I honestly don't know what I would have chosen.)

-As for pedals, I own:
Boss CH-1 Super Chorus.
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone.
Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive.
Boss RV-5 Digital Reverb.
Boss DD-3 Digital Delay.
Dunlop Crybaby Wah pedal.

(I have a lot of Boss pedals, but I'm open to anything that sounds awesome and is of good quality.)

Two Boss DC power supplies.


-I have three cables of various lengths, as well as some patch cables.

-I own a hard-shell guitar case, a guitar stand, and a soft fabric carrying bag.

-I also own an acoustic guitar and case.



SO ALL OF THAT SAID:

Recommend me some essentials!

Since I still have factory strings, maybe some strings to experiment with? What gauges, what make, and why? Flat? Round? I really know very little about proper string selection in regards to achieving a desired sound, aside from the obvious.

Maybe some other pedals? Maybe a Big Muff? An octave pedal, or a ring modulator?

I'd love something like an Interfax Harmonic Perculator, but I'm limited to what's actually available, and more specifically available at Guitar Center, so this isn't exactly a wide-open wishlist.

How can I best maximize my money? What would compliment what I already own, and what would fill a gap that I've left open?

Whatever you recommend, please explain to me why you recommend it. With enough detail, logic, and excitement, you might sell me and steer my decision.

While this will hopefully be educational and worthwhile for me, at the same time it will hopefully offer some fun discussion for all of you.

Thanks dudes and dudettes!
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Old 10.11.2008, 11:55 PM   #2
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Big Muff (I prefere Russian)
MXR Blue Box
Strings (Ernie Ball are good. Go with 10s)

that's $125ish right there.
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Old 10.12.2008, 12:08 AM   #3
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Personally, I'd try to get a better amp. Don't worry too much about wattage, remember, you can always mic your amp at shows. You don't want something too low. Try out some in your price range. Tube amps are nice, but not necessary (plus they require more care.) I bet you could get some store credit for your current amp.

As far as pedals, try out whatever Big Muffs they have, try out some other EHX stuff, and try out a Proco Rat.

Any other fuzzes they have for sale, try out.

Guitar pedals are cool, but everyone needs a good amp.
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Old 10.12.2008, 12:41 AM   #4
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Same thing I was thinking. Sounds like his Strat is new. Look, man I'll take the Stratocaster over all others. Electric guitars are covered for now. I'll also say maybe go for putting it towards a better amp. Some Behringer amps are mid-priced. I would lean towards a more expensive Fender one if you have the extra extra. (2 extras there)

And also, you are both right on to mention the Big Muff pedal. Got the Crybaby already. I also really like the plain 'ol Rat. Just what I was thinking.
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Old 10.12.2008, 06:30 AM   #5
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I'd go for a better amp or adapters for your other pedals because batteries are a bitch. Whenever I have a smaller ammount of money I try to get either cables, adapters or strings because i need them more than pedals.
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Old 10.12.2008, 11:53 AM   #6
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Old 10.12.2008, 05:49 PM   #7
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there's lots of things to get. a pedal board. a one spot power supply + multi plug cable. lotsa picks. lotsa new strings. a fast fret. and yeah, a new amp would be fine. check out the used shit and maybe you could really trade in your current amp. make sure it sounds fine for you. try 'em all before you buy.
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Old 10.12.2008, 06:30 PM   #8
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Well, the Big Muff Pi is my favorite pedal ever, so I'd get one of those.
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Old 10.13.2008, 04:04 PM   #9
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Same thing I was thinking. Sounds like his Strat is new.


Yes, the Strat is new. It's actually pretty hysterical... it's a promotional Strat from Lifetime's 4th Annual 'Women Rock!' series. There's totally a Lifetime logo on it and then some. I'm not sure if I want to get it sanded down and refinished, or if I should keep all of the hysterical 'Women Rock!" text and maybe slap a 'No Fat Chicks' sticker on it.

I know that I definitely need a better amp, but I'm not planning on performing any time soon. Right now it's just playing in my apartment... I figured if I ever made the transition to live performance, I'd buy a better amp then. Or do you guys still recommend I get something better now?

"Strings (Ernie Ball are good. Go with 10s)" Anything else you think I should experiment with or try out?

A Big Muff Pi it is. I've always wanted one, you all want me to have one. I will have one.

I had forgotten about the Proco Rat, I'll check that one out. I've been recommended the MXR Blue Box before as well, I'll also try that one out.

How do you guys feel about the EHX Frequency Analyzer?

http://www.ehx.com/products/frequency-analyzer

What about the Boss PS-5 Super Shifter?
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Old 10.14.2008, 12:23 AM   #10
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Big Muff Pi (russian) is a fair investment. I tested the DD-7 the other day...it was sweet. OR! Get a Korg mini synth.....those fuckin' rocked.
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Old 10.14.2008, 12:40 AM   #11
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There are 4 flavors of muff from EHX, there is a 5th one coming out later this year that sounds cool, and Dunlop/MXR is putting out a fancy one under the brand name Way Huge called the Swollen pickle. But those 5th and 6th options probably won't be available at GC immediately.

NYC Big Muff

 


Black Russian Big Muff


 


The Little Big Muff

 


The Bass Big Muff

 




I have a little big muff. Really fat and mean sounding. I've played the black and the NYC muffs- they're both a little bit tamer, the black muff is aggressive sounding but not as full, and the NYC muff is full but not aggressive sounding. Little Big Muff is sort of inbetween.

Bass Big Muff is based on the old green russian big muff that bassists really seem to like (and guitarists, I believe thurston uses a green muff), but with an added bass boost and wet/dry blend mode (so that you have more definition.) I keep hearing that this one is really awesome and better than the little big muff. I'm going to get one myself.

One last thing about the little big muff and bass big muff- they're smaller, and they have normal power connectors, which is nice and convenient.

The Way Huge Swollen Pickle and Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker are going to be really cool. Both of them have extra features to give the Big Muff tone more flexibility. I want to get both. I'm a muffaholic.
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Old 10.14.2008, 12:41 AM   #12
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As for strings- I don't like ernie balls.

Look for 10-52 gauge nickel strings. Dean Markley makes them, D'addario makes them. I think they're good.
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Yes, the Strat is new. It's actually pretty hysterical... it's a promotional Strat from Lifetime's 4th Annual 'Women Rock!' series. There's totally a Lifetime logo on it and then some. I'm not sure if I want to get it sanded down and refinished, or if I should keep all of the hysterical 'Women Rock!" text and maybe slap a 'No Fat Chicks' sticker on it.

I know that I definitely need a better amp, but I'm not planning on performing any time soon. Right now it's just playing in my apartment... I figured if I ever made the transition to live performance, I'd buy a better amp then. Or do you guys still recommend I get something better now?

"Strings (Ernie Ball are good. Go with 10s)" Anything else you think I should experiment with or try out?

A Big Muff Pi it is. I've always wanted one, you all want me to have one. I will have one.

I had forgotten about the Proco Rat, I'll check that one out. I've been recommended the MXR Blue Box before as well, I'll also try that one out.

How do you guys feel about the EHX Frequency Analyzer?

http://www.ehx.com/products/frequency-analyzer

What about the Boss PS-5 Super Shifter?

The frequency analyzer is one of my favorite pedals ever.

Makes your guitar make whacked out sounds. It's a lot of fun. Especially plugged into a muff.

PS-5 super shifters cool, can make some cool sounds.
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Old 10.19.2008, 12:26 PM   #14
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Bass Big Muff is based on the old green russian big muff that bassists really seem to like (and guitarists, I believe thurston uses a green muff), but with an added bass boost and wet/dry blend mode (so that you have more definition.) I keep hearing that this one is really awesome and better than the little big muff. I'm going to get one myself.

One last thing about the little big muff and bass big muff- they're smaller, and they have normal power connectors, which is nice and convenient.


Thanks! You've gotten me interested in the Bass Big Muff now, I'm going to have to try that one out when I stop by the Guitar Center this week.


"Look for 10-52 gauge nickel strings. Dean Markley makes them, D'addario makes them. I think they're good." Why do you prefer these strings over Ernie Balls? Is it an issue of the way they feel, how they sound?


And has anyone experimented using strings from other instruments on their guitar, such as banjo strings?


And does anyone recommend a different pitch shifter over the PS-5?


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Old 11.02.2008, 12:53 AM   #15
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I prefer the sound of em, and the feel.

Best pitch shifter out there is the Electro-Harmonix HOG. It is fucking amazing. But also expensive and big. I got one used for 300. Look it up sometime, it is so awesome.
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+1 on a variation of the big muff.
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And does anyone recommend a different pitch shifter over the PS-5?


The Holy Stain by EHX might be a good bet for you, it's fuzz/multi-effect. The fuzz is pretty much like the Big Muff sounds. The OD mode is good as well. Plus, it has 4 effects, Hall Reverb, Room reverb, Tremelo, and Pitch shift. all that pretty good. The main drawback is you're limited to single effect at a time (can't have verb/trem at once, for example), but other than that it's solid and can function as two pedals at once. Also, it's only $99.
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Old 11.03.2008, 08:06 PM   #18
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I have a Behringer amp that's pretty cool, it only cost $200.. it's all I'll ever need, it has 100 built in effects.. it's pretty cool, though it seems like it's always falling apart.

I'd definitely like to get a lot of pitch shifter pedals... I'm curious about them though... if you have a lot of pitch shifter pedals hooked up and have them all set to "octave down 2" or whatever, wouldn't it eventually be so low it'd blow your amp up or not be audible at all?...
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I think the latter would happen. That's what tends to happen when it goes that low or high.
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