Parody signature pedals

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  1. jaywalker

    jaywalker Member

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    Inspired by the EVH wah thread, I thought it was time we had another comedy thread!!

    My top parody signature pedals:

    1.)The Niel Young tuner
    2.)The Malmsteen Slow Gear
    3.)The hendrix feedback destroyer
    4.)The Jeff beck whammy

    ...let it grow......:moon
     
  2. Kappy

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  4. jaywalker

    jaywalker Member

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    The Kirk Hammet auto-wah!
    The Zakk Wilde depentatinic-ofier!
     
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  6. jaywalker

    jaywalker Member

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    Might get into bother for this but....

    If Van Halen has a womaniser.....
    Can Pete townsend have a kiddiefier?????
     
  7. Kappy

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    O don't you mean serious-research-ifier-to-help-these-poor-kids-ifier? :D
     
  8. jaywalker

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    Damn...I always get those two muddled up!!!!
     
  9. jaywalker

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    Let's not forget:

    The james hetfield mid range booster
    The BOSS kurt Cobain DS-1 (provides more headroom)
    The Mark Bolon tree cutter
    The Jaco Pastorius re-fretter
    The santana treble booster
     
  10. -DC/AC-

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    You guys better watch out, I think Digitech is stealing some of your ideas. ;)
     
  11. jaywalker

    jaywalker Member

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    That's what u think!

    I AM digitech!!! ha!
     
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    Platypus not in rivers, but in drops

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    Zakk Wylde Pinch Harmonic Generator

    oh wait...
     
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  15. WILLIEKENDRICK

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    I always thought we needed a "TIMMMMAHHHHH" instead of a Timmy pedal.
    John Mayer "Convincer" pedal
    Eric Johnson "Tone Nullifier"
    Kirk Hammett "Midrange boost"
     
  16. jaywalker

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    Poor kirk....
    i thought about making him a:

    "Kirk hammet signature pitch shifter" to use during solos to put him almost a semi-tone above the rest of the band, alas.....somebody beat me to it (in around 1986)
     
  17. sense_of_henry

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    That is GREAT!

    :)
     
  18. boldaslove1977

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    i want the "john mayer panty remover."

    one pedal where i think you're better off NOT having true bypass.
     
  19. jaywalker

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    The Chuck Berry tiny teeny weeny Muff:dude
     
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    The Johny Greenwood true bypass looper. 83.5 meters long

    The saturday afternoon music shop special

    - a pedal which makes it sound like you are playing the intro to smoke on the water with chords.

    Smells like teen spirit is automaticly transposed into the key of E.

    The intro to sweet child o' mine is accompanied by open E and A strings

    The middle section of 'stairway to heaven before the solo is in straight 4/4 time.....

    All with the press of a switch......
     

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