First and last so what do I know but @pickdropper ’s CJOD is perfect and offers clean, symmetrical and asymmetrical clipping opting. A be puny...
Strymon Ob.1? KOT?
Not cheap but Skreddy Rubber Soul and Strymon Deco would be a great pedal-place to start. The Skreddy does the cranked small amp has comp (sag)...
I was here once. Go subtle (as with all effects). I use delay like a good reverb unless I am going for rock-a-billy or rock-god solos/rhythms....
‘06 CR4 via
When & Cuff Your Face 60s Ge (body control let’s you dial it in and dial it out). A great FF for sure.
I think you got it backwards.
This is a personal choice. But if it helps I don’t think he does gold on black anymore.
Skreddy DME would be my first try in your sitch. But the EQD Bows has a pretty amazing and set below noon stays clean (no god demos of this). I...
Mini Katana maybe? Was never a fan of the EP coloration. Maybe it’s Kline-like. Didn’t bond with them either.
Haven’t even read the replies but the title is calling out for a AnalogMan Sun Lion. /thread. Really, a Ge Fuzz Face and Treble booster in one....
Skreddy Echo is a phenomenal take on the TTE. Mono but can be run wet dry due to FX sendloop. No tap but what good is tap anyway.
Betting this would pair well with the TC Electronics Flashback. Probably wouldn’t try it at home,though.
Because you bought them all?
Covenant BTPA lots of great jack and wore choices. Love mine.
MXR Carbon Copy Mini or Ibanez Analog Delay Mini. Both excellent. I think the MXR lets you toggle between dark and bright and has some modulation.
Isn’t it a RAT clone? The website does nothing to explain the tone/purpose.
Look at the EQD Westwood, not the plumes. It’s their “transparent” OD and a winner in my book. Great EQ too.
Yeah. @pickdropper just went all mic-dropper on ya. /thread
Fuzz face on all of them. Haven’t bought a second of either but could stand two Skreddy Echos and two DM2s
Fuzz. Huge Sunface fan, here. But for the sustaining leads my Skreddy 1971 wins the day.
Bearfoot Pale Green V4 with treble and bass controls. Sounds so sweet. Doesn’t get squashed but good enough for most comp needs. Dead quiet too.
Neil Young hates when his techs change his strings. Hates refrets too. I'm with Neil. I play them til I break'em. But, there is a sweet spot...
Boss DM-2W /thread