Pneuma is amazing!
1. Toneczar Open Haus
2. Van Weelden Royal Overdrive
3. ManticoreFX Clontarf Lapith
4. Landgraff LDO
5. 1981 Inventions DRV
6. Mesa V-Twin. (I...
The Xotic BB Andy Timmons is really good for mid to high gain. I also like the 1981 Inventions DRV pedal (Rat derivative with a little tighter...
Hologram Infinite Jets is hours of fun!
Good for him. Glad he's making the money he deserves.
The Flint and Wet have been my favorites.
You can find several of them on Reverb.
I had a similar experience years ago. I've stayed away from his products as a result. There are enough good pedal manufacturers out there.
Sounds like he's holding on to the Squire. That thing sounds amazing!
Shame Paul Allen isn't around, he'd be able to snag another.
Will it break the record that Clapton's Blackie fetched?
John and Rose were making them together when John was alive. No difference, just different signature.
In that case, call Blues Angel in Florida and order one through them. When they had them they were running for about $450.
Ethos Clean 2
Van Weelden Royal Overdrive
Landgraff Dynamic Overdrive
Mesa Boogie V-Twin
Supposedly Clay Jones and Bob Burt had similar overdrives derived from John's.
Is Rose no longer making them?
Toneczar Openhaus is still the best high gain pedal I have ever played through. It has the natural response of a great amp.
Save your money and buy it outright in 2 months. The pedal will still be around.
My Pensa MK-90.
I love the neck pickup
Is that an upgrade on the Harlot?
My top pedals for the year were:
1. Tone Concepts Distillery - Great tone shaping and just the right amount of oomph.
2. Ethos Clean 2 - Amazing...
I finally got one and thought it was overhyped.
Romeo and Juliet - Still the saddest song I ever heard.