Good, Mid-Gain Rock Rhythm Overdrive?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by DJLantz444, May 14, 2006.


  1. DJLantz444

    DJLantz444 Senior Member

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    I have an RC Boost and a COT50 right now. For blues, I just leave the RC Booster on all the time with everything at 12:00, and boost with the COT50. It sounds fantastic.

    However, I may be joining a band soon that plays classic rock, and I need something that I can have on for some crunch and combine with the COT50 for a really nice classic marshall sound. I was thinking this could be the Lovepedal Eternity? I'm not really sure.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. TheFlash

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    You wouldn't do badly to try out the Barber Small Fry. With the internal trimmers you can really find the illusive "tone in your head" with this pedal. I LOVE mine.
     
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    Barber Direct Drive
     
  5. DJLantz444

    DJLantz444 Senior Member

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    Not Practical
     
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    David-R Supporting Member

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    I agree. My Small Fry does classic rock very well (Strat into a Carr Mercury). Very versatile and very toneful.
     
  8. David-R

    David-R Supporting Member

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    Another good suggestion, although I prefer the Small Fry.
     
  9. Dendog

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    Get a Marshall (nmv) and a Small Fry.
     
  10. McSoappy

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    Check out an RC or AC Booster....they are great.
     

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