Favorite TS mid-colored pedal POLL???????

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  1. Cary Chilton

    Cary Chilton Senior Member

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    What is your FAV TS based pedal

    Blue boy

    Blue Collar

    Maxon OD-9 or Od808

    Barber THD

    (I feel the Klon, Tim, timmy, Snapper, Gainster, Hotcake are classified only HERE as generally a non mid humped pedals)
     
  2. Fireball XL5

    Fireball XL5 Supporting Member

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    I'm extremely partial to my Analogman modded TS-9! :dude GREAT pedal!

    Also, just received my Analogman OD-9 with the Silver Mod! :dude Another OUTSTANDING pedal! Way to go Mike!!
     
  3. fyler

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    barber LTD for low to med gain, HBE power screamer for high gain
     
  4. Patch

    Patch Gold Supporting Member

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    MJM Blues Devil.
     
  5. TheGrooveking

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    Analogman TS-9 Silver, great pedal!:dude :dude :dude

    TheGrooveking
     
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    leofenderbender Supporting Member

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    +1
     
  7. pbhtrip

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    My fav is the original Bixonic Expandora. It has the TS kinda sound, but you can get way more gain if desired. It's nice to have the increased gain while retaining the mid hump and the less compressed sort of TS sound. By far my fav pedal with blackface Fender amps.

    Peter
     
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    Reverend Drivetrain II...
     
  9. Big Bob

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    +1 on the Analogman Silver TS. THe Diabolical Gristle Tone Machine has seen a lot of action lately too.
     
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    Fulltone Fulldrive II.
     
  11. Franklin

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    Mine was the FD2, then I got a Maxon SD9 modded from Analog Man and loved it.

    So then I tried the Analog Man Boss modded SD-1, silver with
    a push pull pot to switch between assysmetrical clipping (like the FD2, my pref.) and symmetrical clipping (like the TS). Wow.

    I sold my Fulldrive.
     
  12. Steve Dallas

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    The oft overlooked Sparkle Drive is a good one--especially with a Fender.
     
  13. John II

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    The Morgan Miller Tube Killer.

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    I want a blues devil REALLY Bad...... to go with my Klon... :)
     
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    I love the Red Snapper, but it absolutely has a midrange emphasis (unlike, say the TIM). Whether it qualifies as a full blown "hump" is a matter of opinion, but it spanks the mids for sure.

    - DB
     
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    where is the best place to get a MJM Blues Devil?!?! I never see them on eBay...
     
  17. rawkguitarist

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    The TS808 that I built with a BYOC kit. Pretty dang cool, real loud and gritty. I built it to exacting 808 specs except I added some larger diodes that made it louder and a little cleaner.
     
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