Post your entire pedal collection

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by -=solewheelin, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. Ardour

    Ardour Supporting Member

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    Yeah, I get it. Really, really nice. And I appreciate it isn't easy to arrive at this. I also get wanting to try most things out there, but I can't get keeping more than one of each thing. Sure two TS-9s, from '81 and '82 sound different, but...there is a limit that would nag at me unless there is no limit. I'd still only have one of each thing in the end though. Do I miss my '72 Super Fuzz that I brought back to life on the cheap? Hell yes I do. But the sacrifice let me try a lot of things I wouldn't have otherwise and I learned something not as pretty sounds 98% the same. 2% not as good let me try a lot of new stuff. I would have kept it if I could have though. The tiny bit extra bass blast and the satisfying pedal pad were great. Still, would I collect three vintage Super Fuzzes? Nope, just that one thanks. It is enjoying a nicer life for sure. I do get that it takes a long time to decide between flavour A and B of the same pedal though. Like, is the Wattson for me, or back to the BYOC? Time will tell. Still, fun thread, fun journey.

     
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  2. MBT74

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    It's his Selmer Buzztone clone. Think Syd Barrett. It pairs nicely with the Catalinbread Echorec. :)
     
  3. MBT74

    MBT74 Member

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    Yeah, you'd think that we've have much more in common considering the number if pedals we have between us. Mind you, nearly half my pedals are from either Tym Guitars or John Fromel.
     
  4. Sentenced

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  5. Blue Bee

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    Very nice, cool leslie switchers too.

    Which of the three plastic expression pedals on the right would you say is the best? I'm looking for a cheap lightweight one.
     
  6. Dunzie

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    These threads always make me feel more normal...

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  7. Trubble888

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    about a year ago , have added about 10 since...
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  8. Cgkindler

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    Plus, you have an EXCELENT ARRAY of tones sittig there my man. Normal, and great - how's it feel?!
     
  9. Dunzie

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    :beer

    Well, aside from the fact they all won't fit back on my board, I don't have a lot of pedal GAS at the moment. I've gotten rid of some excellent ones over the past year, but these are the best I've had with my rig still kicking around.
     
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  11. High Pedality

    High Pedality Member

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    From a few months back. Added 5 of 10 since then. :)
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  12. Squatch57

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    My current bunch
    I'll build a custom board once I've decided on the essentials
    Want to add a Pitchfactor & Ravish, and sort out a loop switcher

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  13. hhawkins

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    Man that's an insane amount of pedals!
     
  14. hhawkins

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    Good to see the bad monkey sitting there along with a lot of boutique stuff.
     
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  15. Dr. Tweedbucket

    Dr. Tweedbucket Deluxe model available !!!11

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    dang, and I thought I was mental :messedup


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  16. amptex

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    Haven't seen another Shaftesbury Duo Fuzz since I sold mine to a guy in Chicago in 2007. Nice! Hackett fan are you?
     
  17. HiddenAgenda

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    Holy sh!t this is just like quantum entanglement or super position. yikes!:eek::eek::eek:
     
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    This is like a year old, so not up to date.
     
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  19. Black_Label

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    Ha. Good luck. I'd need anamorphic widescreen.
     
  20. Unchained81

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    Pretty insane pictures in here. Fun to look at but no, I don't get it. A lot of great, expensive pedals collecting dust.

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