Purtiest pedals

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  1. docgorpon

    docgorpon Member

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    I just got one of those MXR Carbon Copy delays. I have to say that on top of being killer all the way around, it's the best looking pedal I've ever owned. A deep green metallic sparkle finish and a deep blue power light. Small and compact with just three black knobs and white writing. Looking at it's blue light on the stage tonight put me in a good mood.
     
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    How does it sound? A friend of mine got one and it had some major clock noise issues.
     
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    I think it sounds killer. I needed a fairly long delay, so I was suspect to go with analog. But 600ms is plenty. Seems to do the Pink Floyd thing perfectly, tone wise. That's about all I use it for.
     
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    i happen to find the micro pog rather appealing.
     
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    I have one of these and it's so dang purty![​IMG]
     
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    Yikes!! That IS purty!! When you're not playing through it, I bet it makes a killer wood block for percussion purposes.
     
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    Looks like a Landy MO'D and Boost (with a different LED?)...I could be wrong, but either way those pedals are absolutely gorgeous!

    :drool
     
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    For purty its gotta be Moollon!

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    My guess is those beauties are both Lovekraft pedals in Lucibox enclosures.
    Perhaps a Kronos and a Pusher. But I could be wrong also.
     
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    Dr Scientist pedals sure are purty!!!
     
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    Kronos?
     
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    This does it for me..
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    I've always liked the look of Fulltone pedals. No nonsense, but nice colors and graphics and durable.

    I like the retro look of D*A*M pedals too. The grey hammerite finish is awesome.

    I've been tempted to buy Frantone pedals on looks alone, but balk due to mixed reviews.
     
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    To me the Blackstone is like an old Leica camera. Love the engraved plate...
     
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    Hey! Signature partners in crime!:BEER
     
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    That's really cool! It reminds me of an old bench my parents had that you could flip up the top on, and put things inside. It had a cool design on top, as well. No knobs, though. And no jacks.
    When I die, I want to be buried in a coffin that looks like that.
     
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    Love the way my serrano boost looks.
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