Best pedals available on the market with$$$$

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  1. olivier064

    olivier064 Member

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    Well , if you would have a lot of $$$$ , really a lot , what pedal would you buy in directly available pedals?

    Every kind of pedals ( od , modulations , boost etc..)

    It's up to you Guys! ;)

    Cheers
     
  2. jordane93

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    See my signature. It wouldn't change even if I had a lot of money.
     
  3. smitty.west

    smitty.west Senior Member

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    Distortion/fuzz/overdrive: Pete Cornish
    Modulation: Chase Bliss Audio (MKII)
    Delay/Reverb: Strymon
     
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    Same stuff I already buy! Boss.
     
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    jerryfan6 Silver Supporting Member

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    This is going well.
     
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    I think the Chase Bliss collection would be nice. a Tweakers dream for sound scapes. But ~$1000 for all three plus a nice midi controller and you've spent a lot IMO.
    Also I might just buy a real golden horsie to support the real deal. I'd also try a AM Sunbender if I had the cash. And I'd buy a Captain Coconut 2. Just because!
     
  7. Zeon45

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    If I had the $$$$ I would just have Pete Cornish build me a custom board.
     
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    I recently git rid of just about everything I do not use and love. What I kept was these:

    A few tuners
    Ibanez WH-10 v2 wah
    Boss CS-2
    Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter
    Boss OC-2
    Boss PH-1r
    Boss SD-1
    Boss OD-3
    Musket Fuzz
    Craigamps SickFuzz
    Carl Martin Hotdriven Boost II
    TS808 clone
    Vintage Ri Rat
    Boss DD-3
    Boss DD-7
    Echopark
    Ibanex DE-7 x2
    Boss TR-2
    Carl Martin Tremovibe

    I am very content with these pedals as I feel IIan pretty much get any sound I would ever use out of these..

    But if I had money to burn, I would buy to try:
    Cali76 comp
    Xotic EP, RC, AC comp, BB preamp and SP comp
    Jetter 45/100 and GS124
    Kingsley Jester
    Suhr Koko boost
    Clinchfx EP Pre
    New MXR phaser (can't remeber the name)
    Diamond MLJR
    Catalibread Belle Epoch
    Neunaber WET or Seraphim
    Fulltone Supatrem
     
  9. Bradleyonmic

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    I would love to try an Eventide H9, but it's just so against my analog tendencies. I just don't think I'd really use it other than just messing around at home, and $600 is a lot for a mess-around toy! I guess a Kemper profiler would be the ultimate toy for me, I would feel dirty for "cheating" on my real amps though.
     
  10. DanSimon

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    Those Toneczar pedals look pretty sweet, although u said directly available.. i think there's a long wait list.

    its something like $1000 for the 2-pedal delay combo (echoczar+angel baby)

    if u play stereo, the H9 is insane.. however i don't , and i prefer analog mod, already have delays so i traded my H9. to be fair, the mod fx

    on there are really good, i just found that i already had indiv. pedals for the sounds i would use, and like Bradley said it's too valuable to be a toy.
     
  11. D Rock

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    Full lineup of moogerfoogers would be first on my list.
     
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    analogmike Gold Supporting Member

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    Ten DS1 pedals stacked (silver screw of course).
     
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    I would have all fuzz pedals ever.
     
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    Holzar88 Silver Supporting Member

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    I'd just get an Axe FX, a floor controller and some Atomic CLRs and be done.
     
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    Hack Prophet vile mighty wretched Silver Supporting Member

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    I'd get a bunch more D*A*M pedals and an Echoczar, they are pretty easily available if you have the money to afford the resale prices
     
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    My guitar pedalboard would likely not change much.

    However, if I had the money, I'd get stereo pairs of all the moogerfoogers on a rack to pair with a minimoog voyager. I really want a nice synth setup.
     
  18. PurpleJesus

    PurpleJesus Gold Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    Binson Echorec.....no doubt. But $3k for a delay that may or may not work all the time...
     
  19. D Rock

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    Now you are talking. :love:
     
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    I would by a Strymon Timeline and Big Sky if money were no object, and a Pigtronix Echolution 2 Deluxe for good measure.


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