Got enough room..what's missing?

jawajt

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Source Audio Vertigo. It's a great tremolo, with the ability to load other modulation effects on to it as well.
 

thesooze

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Source Audio Vertigo. It's a great tremolo, with the ability to load other modulation effects on to it as well.
What other One Series pedals work on the Vertigo? I thought only the Tremolo sounds did.
 

Zack.LW

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You probably need another low-mid gain overdrive.
EM drive is boost, MG always on (usually drive around 11, volume at 3), LGW is OD flavor 1, and Superbolt is OD flavor 2. I never stack the LGW and Superbolt and I don't ever need anything gainier than the superbolt with toggle down. Stacking works very well for me and gives me plenty of options/variety.

Source Audio Vertigo. It's a great tremolo, with the ability to load other modulation effects on to it as well.
Considering a swap of the bsr for a flint but I'll have to check this one out too.

Fuzz. This is the only right answer.
Any suggestions for fuzz pedals to check out?
 

dpgreek

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Basic audio Scarab deluxe for fuzz. Or you can do a muff variety of fuzz (stomp under foot). Trem is another one mentioned here
 

GuitarMD

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Another vote for a tremolo (clips of the Source Audio sound good, so does the VFE Old School Tremolo).
Mooer Tender Octaver (or Micro Pog) a close second.
 

Zack.LW

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What kinds of guitars and amps do you use? Fuzz really tends to bring out the differences in the rest of your gear.
I rotate between a Gibson SG, a strat, and a tele. Always through a vox ac15.

Really looking to get a gretsch too in the near future. Most likely a jet.
 




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