Blakemore NPD

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Frankenstrat86, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. Frankenstrat86

    Frankenstrat86 Supporting Member

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    Hell yes

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    Nice packing

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    WTF I get another box awww yea

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    More packing this guy must luvs me

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    And boom pedal.

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    So what is it? A super duper 2-in-1 clone. Blake did a little hustle and got me to buy one from him. I'll do a little YouTube later. Thank you Blake!
     
  2. Delayed Delay

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    I know I already posted in your NPD thread on ToF... but if anyone here hasn't heard of Blakemore Effects yet, check it out... Blake makes some awesome pedals at great prices. Super nice guy, too. :aok
     
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    Agreed man super guy I approve of this message
     
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    Aww. Thanks for the love, guys. :beer

    Hope you enjoy your new pedal!
     
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    I will say though... You make the dirty channel of the Peavey sound at least respectable. That was my first amp; and I could never get comfortable with the dirty channel. Kudos.

    Also... Bump for Blake. ;)
     
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    oh thanks what do you find nice?? I don't like marshalls myself. Thing is it wasn't even halfway up so I could've had that even fuller sounding and less compressed. the trick is in that master knob. More than likely since it was your first amp I'm sure if you gave it a shot now with your ear and knowledge at this point you'd be able to rock it.
     

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