A pedal junkie is finally cured...

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by sonvolt, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. sonvolt

    sonvolt Member

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    After years of swapping pedals, I think I found the final lineup....

    Menatone Fish Factory>Analogman KOT V4>Freakshow Digilog>Cusack TAW.

    Is any one else done, and what are ya sportin'.

    :BEER
     
  2. WillHardy

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    Never done. I am done swapping. I think I am just going to buy more sparingly and keep everything. I am finding that I enjoy having pedals on the board and others to just have fun with.
     
  3. macmax77

    macmax77 Supporting Member

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    ahhh, i thought you bought every pedal in the world!
     
  4. lxm

    lxm Member

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    yeh.... your not done. i've said that MANY times. im not done.... :BITCH
     
  5. GuitarDude

    GuitarDude Member

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    i give you 2 weeks.


    good luck.
     
  6. Joems

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    ......or until an interesting pedals comes along........
     
  7. gtrshow

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    I'm really, really close to done. Or not...
     
  8. Tonefish

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    I figure the only way that one could be done is if you are about to leave the guitar completely forever, or you're not going to be around much longer. :(
    I really hope that neither is the case for you.:dude
     
  9. orogeny

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    i'm very done.

    but i'm not telling what i've got :messedup
     
  10. EataPeach

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    OK.....Its a sickness,you're not done...Maybe until the next one : )
     
  11. Soothsayer

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    Congrats on your recovery. Im going to try hypnosis, as recommended by my mother in-law. Alas, I'm afraid theres no hope for me. :cool:
     
  12. RedRock

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    Done?...........Done?

    Resistance is futile.
     
  13. PedalFreak

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    I'm not into quiting :D

    :BEER
     
  14. PeelingPaint98

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    I am pretty much done, I've tried about 150 pedals in the last three years and gotten to where I want. I just posted the boards in the pedalboard thread so I won't bother with a run down here. Only two planned changes in the works, a Zvex Machine which is going where the tuner sits and whenever the Subdecay Prometheus comes out it will replace my MXR auto Q.

    Other than that I think I am pretty well done. Gas tanks out, time to play some guitar :BEER
     
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  16. Perry D.

    Perry D. Supporting Member

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    It's been months since I've had gas for a new pedal... Maybe it's because I've been too busy buying guitars and amps!
    :jo

    Anyway, here's my Rx for pedal gas: Pic Wah>Scaryface>DRD>Keeley comp>PA DR w/Cheese>PA Power Driver>AM mini chorus>AD9. :AOK
     
  17. orogeny

    orogeny Supporting Member

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    I could sure live with that. . .

    Talk some about the scaryface. . . what does it cover that the others can't?
     
  18. Perry D.

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    The Scaryface has the smoothest distortion of the half-dozen FF clones that I've owned. Mine has a tone control which helps to dial out any excess bass. Although the clean-up factor is great on the SF, I mainly use it as a 'punch in' lead pedal. The DR w/ cheese is my Voxy/grit pedal. It sounds like a good fuzz w/ the guitar vol rolled back a notch or two. But I'm most proud of the Power Driver. It is hands down the best pre-amp/eq/boost/gain pedal that I've ever played.
    :dude
     
  19. Deaj

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    After several years of buy/sell/trade I've decided to start building my own. So far it's going well. I have a few kits that I've built and modded and.several perfboard builds so far. My builds now outnumber the purchased pedals on my board and I don't miss the pedals they've replaced. I have a couple more builds in process - a low gain OD and a distortion pedal. Building them is fun and cheap. I'll always be a pedal junkie - I just get my fix on the cheap now. :)
     
  20. radcliff

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    I'm just about done, I just like swapping in different drive pedals... I need to take a pic of the board I've been using lately for the board thread

    The scary part is that I'm not even close to done with amps....
     

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