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My latest BYOC pedal "The Hell Hound"

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jay66, Apr 20, 2008.

  1. jay66

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    The "Hell Hound" 250 modded to distortion + specs and Landgraff mod. Hand painted by my very talented wife. No decals on this one.

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  2. RockDC

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    My buddy has that pedal... but yours looks fabulous! It will compliment the tone wonderfully.
     
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    Very cool! Nice paint job!
     
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    Wow that paint job is amazing. One of the best I think I've ever seen, professional or not.
     
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    She says thank you for the nice compliments! She's working on some other undrilled ones that are very cool looking also. I'm going to build her a website maybe sell a few.
     
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    TOTALLY awesome!
    Props and kudos to your wife!
    "see, honey? Everyone loves it! Now I just need a ________ kit
    so you can keep painting and letting everyone ooh-and-ahh over your skill!"
    :D
     
  7. Structo

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    Wow!
    That looks great!
    How does it sound?
     
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    Sounds great. The Landgraff switching gives a couple of different clipping options. I'm still experimenting with different capacitors. See what I like best.
     

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