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I use the "landfill" pedals as a try-it-before-you-buy-it sort of thing.
I'll buy a used landfill pedal. If the sound isn't what I'm looking for,...
I've been gas'n for a Rockaway Archer for a while now.
I had a MP SHOD and a Joyo Sweet Baby. Sonicly, I couldn't tell a difference.
The MP cost about $150. The Joyo, $30.
But, ten or twenty years...
Thanks for all the advice, folks.
It looks like it's byoc for me.
I'm thinking of trying my luck at putting together a Fuzz face clone from a kit.
Does anyone have any advice on the pros and cons and pitfalls I...
Good to know. Thanks for the info.
Speaking of Source Audio... The True Spring Reverb has one of the best tremolos I've ever heard come out of a pedal.
Mick from TPS did a video on it.
There is no law that requires a psu that SAYS it offers isolated power to ACTUALLY provide isolated power. This is especially true in China where...
Source Audio True Spring.
The answer to the OP's question is the Wampler Velvet Fuzz.
It's on my GAS list.
I would sooooo love to hear a side by side between the MV50 Boutique and a real Dumble.
My experience reflects yours.
These are good amps by any measure.
Are you using a Vox MV50 as a bass amp?
If so, which model? How are the results?
I've been curious about that, myself.
I put the amp and the power supply on my kitchen scale.
The amp weighs the advertised 550 grams or 1 pound & 3 ounces.
The power supply weighs 430...
You can get a Joyo California Sound for about 30 bucks.
I had a black face pro reverb.
Of all the amps I've owned and sold, this is the one I truly wish I could get back.
That sounds like a job for Source Audio!
Hmmmmm... Me too. I wanna know!
A wah is basically an active tone control with the treadle being the "knob".
You can mimic a wah by sweeping the tone control on your guitar.
The Joyo Sweet Baby Overdrive is great. Costs about $30.
I've owned two of them. I also had a Mad Professor Sweet Honey. Cost $200.
That's easy, Source Audio.
Save up and get an Xotic sp. Under $100 used
You won't regret it.
If you want a super simple and great sounding spring reverb, have a look at the J.Rockett Boing.