I currently use a gain changer and a tone pump on one board, and a burn unit on another board.
Had em both and they recently got replaced with the new boss. Just does a lot of stuff really good instead of a one trick pony.
They sound great clean. I dont use those positions with any of my strats but my Tom Anderson. They are a side by side single coil so you are going...
.The Fralin split blades are crazy good. If you want to turn your strat into a rock machine look no further. I have a traditional in the neck,...
Thats what I use to goose the ltd great tone. By itself its just stellar also.
Barber ltd which is one half of the gain changer I believe.
Picked up a 2005 from elderly instruments. Great guitar plays like no other. It's in cherry burst sorry no pics as of yet. Has the original va's...
Nope the original is still the best.
I could get away with a blues driver.
This pedal does what the name says in spades. If your looking for the Vaughn tone or Eric Johnson you will not be disappointed. I think their...
I put a set of fralin split blades in mine. Traditional in the neck, blues in the middle and the hot in the bridge. With the wilkinson bridge and...
I have two a 60's strat and a 50's tele and realistically those get way more play time than my more expensive stuff. Granted i have upgraded the...
Thanks for the replies.
I use a barber tone pump. Sounds stellar. Discontinued but you should be able to find one.
The hot cakes has been on my board for 20 plus years. The latest one that will stay is the andy timmons pedal.
Really liking the Andy Timmons from JHS now.
ocean efx texas deuce. Best 808 I have heard dont know why I got rid of it.
Its a little bit of a challenge dialing it in,but well worth it when you find the sweet spots.
Picked up this combo last week. As far as cleans go its way up there in the boogie family. Very close to a great blackface sound. The hot side is...
Never really heard fat cutting it in a mix.Usually anything low end gets lost.
Crowther hot cakes is a very big fuzz tone when cranked wide open.
Here you go.