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Name Your Favorite Pedal

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by britishampsrock, Oct 10, 2005.

  1. britishampsrock

    britishampsrock Member

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    alright people, we all have a crapload of gear. i want to know exactly which pedal that you own is nearest and dearest to your heart. i'll start it off...........



    my boss dd-5. i love the tap tempo and i use the dotted quarter notes to get that U2 kind of delay.
     
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Member

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    I'll second the delay; my DD-20 is my favorite by far.
     
  3. esoteric pete

    esoteric pete Supporting Member

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  4. Big Bob

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    I still like my Hotcake.....something about it just won't let me sell it. I've had it the longest.

    As for what my favorite pedal is....that changes almost daily!

    :D
    Bob
     
  5. KRosser

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    The Fulltone Fulldrive II I've been using on a damn near daily basis since '96....
     
  6. Garygtr

    Garygtr Almost as good! Silver Supporting Member

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    Right now it's the BJF Honey Bee fo' sure :D
     
  7. cvansickle

    cvansickle Supporting Member

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    JangleBox compressor. It's great with every guitar and amp I own. It sounds great when used alone, and it plays nice with other pedals too.
     
  8. erksin

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    It's a toss up between my Timmy and MI Audio Blue Boy...
     
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    Agree with K'Rosser, always come back to the Fulldrive!

    (s)
     
  10. mustangman

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    OD- TIMMY!
    Fuzz-Peach Fuzz
     
  11. mockoman

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    What I currently own: Zendrive

    What I used to have: Leslie. Does that count,it had a big ass pedal?!
     
  12. oxtone

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    Radial Tonebone Classic
    Boss DD-20 Giga Delay
     
  13. This is the Edg

    This is the Edg Member

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    My Landy is the most flexible pedal - it should be for the price :)

    I still love my early 90s Marshall Guv'nor - it sounds real close to a JMC series Marshall. So I leave my SFTR clean (as if there is any other option) and pedals to taste to emulate a craked Marshall.

    I use a Timmy as a boost as icing on the cake, so it's hard to chose just one...
     
  14. gitpicker

    gitpicker Silver Supporting Member

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    I have to go with my Teese Picture Wah. I haven't even checked out any other wah's since purchasing this pedal over a year ago. It sounds exactly like what I think a wah should. I have no problem having 2 or more of any other type of effect on my board, but the Teese stands alone... solitary... triumphant!

    The Gitpicker
     
  15. theHoss

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    Timmy -- Perfect for me in everyway
     
  16. michael dukes

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    ProAnalog Power Driver. The old early-70s Colorsound Overdriver circuit just seems to be "me." This is Scotty's take on it, and as a clean boost, overdrive and fuzz I prefer it over anything else I own.

    Second is a trusty Roland RE-150 Space Echo.
     
  17. Johnny Raz

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    Analogman Clone Chorus -- Wouldn't think of getting rid of it!
     
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    Pro Analog 4 knob Scary Face....it's a killer.

    Getting fond of BJF stuff though too...killer tones to be had there.
     
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    My Klon... Hands down.
     

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