A Better Mule?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by theraygun, Feb 26, 2008.

  1. theraygun

    theraygun Member

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    I love my Tonefactor/Mojo Hand Mule, but I find that it's pretty bright. Is there a pedal out there that has that same raunchy drive but with with a little less treble? Or is there a Red Llama clone with a tone knob? Thanks!
     
  2. Lolaviola

    Lolaviola Supporting Member

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    Check Lovepedal Woodrow or Throbak Overdriver.
     
  3. missing_dave

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    i could be wrong but i think the clark gainster is in that family?
     
  4. Keith SIO

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    same boat as me...recently I have been putting it before my silverkiss...post EQ on it really helps and a hair of gain from the SK really adds personality...maybe you could give it a try?
     
  5. dorfmeister

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    Hao Sole Pressure? It is in the tweedy overdrive to fuzz as gain is pushed territory but isn't bright. Has pretty heavy bass, though.
     
  6. CWFurst

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    That treble bite that the Red Llama has is kind of what makes it cool. I haven't tried any of the clones but I don't think I'd really want to change what it is. Once you get the amp cooking and then you crank up the output on this thing (set with lower drive) you'll have some kickin' sounds. However, if you still are looking for one with a tone knob you should check out the Pharoah Rodeo Drive. That should get you there.
     
  7. Jack

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    I also think the Gainster might be close, having tried both.
     
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  9. todd richman

    todd richman Senior Member

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    You can have Greg Walton build you an Xactone XTS Fuzzy Tube Driver with a tone knob. Call David Phillips at L.A. Sound Design to hook you up.
     

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