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It was a nice one...an Echo Jr. from Pharoah Amps...
Loved it at home, but I became too dependent on that mid boost when playing live and didn't want to to shut it off ...even when I did not want delay.
I use a Gretsch with single coils, and a Guild hollow-body with single coils straight into a Tweed Bandmaster 5E7 clone that I built....(love that amp).
Echo Pedal Problem: I've tried a boutique slap-back echo pedal that would emulate old 50's style , tape delays, etc. , but I found it added...
Right, if I can get like 90% of the way there, I would rather do the pedal than the tank, less expensive, less stage room required, less to load-in to the venue.
But you are right, the real Fender tank is king.
I'm really anxious to try the Boss FRV-1 as I am looking for a less expensive Fender Reverb tank option. I have tried several other reverbs and have not found one that can actually achieve a real 60's surf tone if that is what is needed. All the other pedals that I have tried kind of lose it...
I just wanted to post my experience with the EHX Hum Debugger.....bottom line it works.
I am a single coil lover and I decided I was going to buy one used from Ebay. Before I ever buy a pedal, I check out the forums to see what other people think. I also check out YouTubes. After all...
Hey everybody, I am in a rockabilly/swing band and we pretty dynamic stage wise. We have only played 3 shows and have been received well here in town. I am looking into a wireless system for the guitar, so that I can move around a little. I looked at the Line 6 stuff but that's out of my price...
I'm really thinking of building one.
Can it do Plexi style gain and / or low gain OK? Or is it all JCM800 type sound?
Decent touch sensitivity? I ask because I love my Bluesbreaker clone as well.
It's hard to tell going by Youtube demos.
thanks in advance.
I have some friends who like to jam w/ acoustics. I need to wait before buying one.
I have a Gretsch semi hollow body and I was wondering if these pedals are any good at all just for jamming purposes or should I forget it?
thanks in advance
I have built several pedals from kits. They aren't easy, but it's a great feeling when they are working.
The BYOC forum is great.
I built a Tremulus Lune. It was very difficult for me and I couldn't get it to work I put it away for like 6 months and built a couple other pedals. I then came...
Alnico Weber Blues were the 3rd set of speakers that I tried for my Bassman head and I love them. I am really happy with the way they address the mids and breakup. I think to firm the bottom, I might add a ceramic Weber Silver.
As far as O/D- Marshall Bluesbreaker- the OLD one. Nice woody tone...