Best Signature Pedals

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  1. Mikey2201

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    I have the George Lynch Mr Scary Pedal from Zoom. I have had this for a few months and i still play it like it was new. It was easy to tweak and get great sounds right out of the box. The models and presets go from really nice cleans tones to very high gain metal tones. I have not tried recording with it, I use it mostly with headphones but was able to run it thru a cabinet and both were just great.
     
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    Morley George Lynch Dragon Wah is one of the best. I love it.
     
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    never liked signature pedals, always had the idea that they were one-trick ponies..
     
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    So did i until i tried this. The range of sounds is excellent. You don't have to sound like GL if you don't wont to and it still produces killer tones.
     
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    Fulltone Robin Trower Overdrive is my favorite.
     
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    hmm maybe i will try it.. but i still have the mindset about it though..
     
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    +1 One of the best overdrives out
     
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    I have found that stuff with "George Lynch" on it means he had the company tweak the crap out of it. I know the Randall Lynch Box has a modded power section from the standard RM100 and his modules are essentially modded stock modules. They sound better, tighter, and less fizzy. George has always been picky with his gear and what he puts his name on. So that Zoom pedal is no surprise to me.
     
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    I'll agree with that. :BEER
     
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    Bob - i play a wide range of music from ACDC to Metallica to ZZ Top and this pedal can do it. I have a large pedal board i don't hardly touch anymore.


    Julia- i see you have a 6505 Peavey How do you like that amp?
     
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    Scott Henderson RC Booster works for me, others would probably like the regular model better.
     
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    he is restless when it comes to tweeking his tone
     
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    Teese Joe Walsh signature wah
     
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    I like my EVH phase 90.
     
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    I've been Gasing for a T-Rex Moller and learned this.....

    The Møller was developed in 2003 for a well known danish guitarist called "Knud Møller". He plays guitar for Johnny Madsen and has also made solo albums.

    He needed a good tube screamer with a clean boost. So we made him that pedal based on the Alberta.

    Other danish players heard and saw the pedal, and they also asked for one. So, demand increased. We decided to improve the pedal and produce it. In the proces we named the pedal Møller after Knud Møller.
     
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    How accurate is that? Does it sound like EVH?
     
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    I just bought one on Sunday. I'm very undecided as to whether this is a toy or something that could find a place on my board. I love his 12 string simulator patch and the clean sound with delay and chorus. It seems to suck tone out of the amp though if I want to use delay with the distortion out of the amp. I use a 78 Marshall JMP 2203 and love the sound of the amp. It sounds like crap when I put the Lynch pedal in the chain.

    Anyone have any tips?
     

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