Favorite Pedal makers

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  1. amphead777

    amphead777 Member

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    We all have favorite companies. From Lovepedal to BJF(my fav). This is about the whole line, not just dirt boxes. Who do you look forward to releasing a new pedal ? Only list ONE maker. You can do it.
     
  2. Dickie Fredericks

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    OceanEFX

    Looking forward to the "Dickie Dirt" pedal
     
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    tubetone74 Supporting Member

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    One I don't think we hear enough about: Menatone.
     
  4. amphead777

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    OceanEFX a new one to me ?
     
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    Chadmods - he makes his own pedals plus mods His DS1 rectifier mod is killer
     
  6. markom89

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    I've got a bunch!
    Toneczar
    BJF
    Skreddy
    Dirty Boy
    Foxrox
    Sweet Sound
    Landgraff
    D*A*M
    Paul C
    Lovetone
    etc...

    All ace companies.
     
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    Crowther Audio. I love my Hotcake!!
     
  8. amphead777

    amphead777 Member

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    C'mon Marko, give me ONE.
     
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    jazzandmetal? Supporting Member

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    At the moment, Mojo Hand.

    But I also have to mention Skreddy.
     
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    I think I'd have to go with Fulltone. I have almost all of them other than the TTE and another that escapes me.

    Love their customer service and contrary to what many say, the times I have spoken with Michael Fuller he has gone out of his way to help me.

    I think Menatone may be my next target to collect the set.

    brianf
     
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    cvansickle Supporting Member

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    HomeBrew Electronics :AOK
     
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    Skreddy. I heard something about a delay. Should be interesting.
     
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    The George Blekas & Bob McBroom Pedalworx reunion.

    I am very interested to see what they have on the horizon.:dude



    :banana
     
  18. Craig Walker

    Craig Walker WHO DAT!! Gold Supporting Member

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    Lovepedal and Tonefreak.
     
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  19. amphead777

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    Again, please list just one maker.
     
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    Electro-Harmonix

    Lots of classics and innovative.
     

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