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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by BerkeleyJones, Dec 30, 2019.

  1. F.Ender

    F.Ender Member

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    That is a fantastic selection of pedals. I can hear this one in my head. Some fantastic sonic options there.
     
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  2. tonegangster

    tonegangster Silver Supporting Member

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    That rig could keep me busy for hours! Looks like fun to play.
     
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  3. The Villano Dude

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    This looks fun.

     
  4. woof*

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  5. Jack Luminous

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    There's something nice about just a gain pedal into a 2203 without any further ado. No delay, no reverb, no multi-effect, no complicated system. It just punches you in the chest and the tone is so pure and powerful. And those Zoom pedals sound awesome (to my ears anyway). Lots of fun indeed !
     
  6. soma

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    BMF Wah off-board
    Strobostomp HD
    Castledine Supra-Vibe
    Chase Tone Fuzz Fella
    COB clone
    Bad Bob clone
    Caline Blue Sky (Timmy clone) to be replaced at some point
    Jam Delay Llama Extreme

    Mr Black Mini chorus is en route for the middle top spot - for some reason am interested in a Digitech Hardwire TR-7 so if the chorus doesn't work out will get that.
     
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  7. The Villano Dude

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    That does sound fun and simple. Always heard good things about that series. I've only tried the G3.

     
  8. CaprioM85

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    Who makes that Rangemaster?
     
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  9. raj007

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    I just love lil boards: Seeker Electric Mk1.5 Tonebender- Greer Soma 63 - Pladask Elektrisk Draume - Catalinbread Belle Epoch.

    I have multiple Mk1.5’s that I rotate for that front of chain spot. It’s “my” fuzz circuit of choice. The Seeker is brand new and it’s awesome.

    I have a Thermae on the way from a trade so that’ll likely take Epoch’s spot...but I do like the simplicity of this.
     
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  10. Kennyscrown

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  11. Steve Hotra

    Steve Hotra Silver Supporting Member

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    Yep.. I didn't want the Big Sky, just in an attempt to sound different. The Ventris E dome and Spring reverb blend well with my rig. I am using the 4CM into my Simplifier. Whole new listening experience for me.. now I'm just waiting for our "stay-in -home" order to be lifted.
     
  12. Raymond Lin

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  13. Lamby

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  14. MattTele

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    What kind of board is that! looks cool!
     
  15. Drop D Cups

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    Waiting on one more switcher

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  16. soma

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    Nux Bumblebee. Very solid. They do a version that is slightly deeper to facilitate a loop switcher too.
     
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  17. datguytim

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    No disrespect intended.....but I feel like a brain aneurism is coming on if I look at that 'rig' longer than 5 seconds. Have at it, amigo - don't forget to come back!
     
  18. ajoep

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    My main board in 2020 :
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  19. thekeefus

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    I'm pretty sure I'm already in this thread but I sold my HX Stomp to go back to analog modulation....so here's the current situation
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  20. Jimmy Tango

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    the digitech hardwire stuff is awesome AND cheap. Win win.
     
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