In the bedroom...

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by schenkadere, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. schenkadere

    schenkadere Senior Member

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    For all you bedroom players...let's see some of those set ups!

    We'll get back out gigging again one day...I hope.

    Here's to the bedroom guitar heroes.:beer

    I have very little space...but that Denise Austin aerobic step came in handy for a little platform.:rotflmao

    I got that Crate for 79 bucks new...JJ tubes and a Warehouse Veteran 10"...one of the best clean amps I've ever owned.

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  2. Artur_I_Tis

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    Just got the Deltalabs DGFX1 today. Soon there will upheaval in pedal land.
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    Try stacking that with the TD1...I did it by mistake in the store...a pleasant surprise!

    You dig those Marshall pedals, huh?
     
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    OH, it's one of the first things I did. It works really well. That TD-1 really is a nice little pedal. Gets it's own nice'n'dirty sound and it's a dirty boost at the same time. I prefer it to a treble booster for that.

    Yep on the marshalls, especially when everybody dumps them. But, when I get a soldering iron and schematics, I'll see if I can take the fizz out of the dirt pedals and the volume boost out of the modulators. That DGFX1 is the king there now but certain pedals stay for their uniqueness and just in case factor or if I'm able to make something better out of them.

    Oh, and I have a small fry and tube king tk999US that I scooped on ebay for cheap on the way. Bought them both yesterday, if only I had known.

    I've been near that DGFX1 several times, but, it wasn't until I found a sale rep that knew how to operate it that I got to see how great it was. And, it' not at all complicated once you know how it works.
     

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