I think I got in the ballpark with a GE-7 years ago. Eq flat except for a massive reduction of the 200 and 3.2K sliders. Fender SF Twin with Les Paul. This was a long time ago so I don't remember if there was something more to it or if I would consider it passable these days ;)
Well it's actually my first treble-booster ever... But with the switching options and treble+bass controls I find it to be a powerful EQ/Boost. I use it to enhance my cleans and to give my overdrives a more 70's feel; at least to my ears..
I have the Tony Iommi Boost and the Secret Path. Got the boost first and was impressed. Very versatile. It's an "always on" now for me, with cleans or dirt.
Needed a new reverb soon after so decided to give the Laney a try. It's really good with exactly the features I was looking for.
Many times actually. Often even by well known bands which I failed to recognise. Not long ago I found the one below; an obscure band with no hits as far as I know. I think when you hear the intro you see why it stuck with me all this time.
Yeah, I still have it, a Yamaha RGX. I replaced the pups with a Duncan ssl-1 set so it sounds nice and it's always like coming home when I pick it up, but I rarely do because it has tiny vintage frets and I've grown accustomed to medium or jumbo :)
I bought a Gibson SG Faded online years ago because it was cheap. When it arrived I wasn't trilled. The body is made up of (at least...) 4 pieces, not very nice on a natural colored guitar. The ugliest Faded I have ever seen.
Still decided to play it first before sending back and.....It sounds...