Since you can't get Pink Flesh what else is there?

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  1. 908SSP

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    Since you can't get Pink Flesh what else is there?

    Pretty much says it all. This pedal seemed to do what it was supposed to and do it well. It isn't made any more has any other manufacture found a way to do it as well?
     
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    the pink flesh was nice but it's similar to the Top Fuel, which i prefer anyway.
     
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    How about other pedal makers?
     
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    BYOC Large Beaver built to Ram's Head specs. I've heard both and the mid-boost setting is pretty close. Definitely not there exact. Actually I wonder if he does something with a simple booster circuit after the Muff circuit in the Pink Flesh. When I used a SHO after the BYOC, it sounded really close to the Pink Flesh.
     
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    Some of the MJM fuzzes are really great.. Fat, creamy, and tonnes of sustain.. :AOK
     
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    The Righteous Tones Sonic Mayhem is a very nicely priced Rams Head clone, as is the Moen MO-FM (which is basically a clone of the RT pedal). I got the Moen a while ago (basically just to try out because it was cheap and I'd heard good things about it) and I loved it. Since then I also bought a Pink Flesh which is fantastic. The Moen is slightly scooped in the mids and so you don't get the flat or boosted EQ response like you do with the PF - but they compliment each other well. They're both keepers for me and I have no GAS whatsoever for any other muff clones.
     
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    Rosie pa............................ah nevermind. I've heard the Earthbound Audio Supercollider is somewhat close.
     
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    I just bought a Stress FX Rams Head clone. Great pedal at a great price. Jim is great to deal with too.
     
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    +100 The PF has more cutting mids, but the bass control on the supercollider rocks
     
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    I've owned both, I didn't feel like they were that close at all. The Supercollider is a much darker sounding pedal imho.
     
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    Where do I find a Stress FX Rams Head clone on the internet? Can't find anything but a handful of reviews. Do they have a web site?
     
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    This is a very different animal compared to the PF...
     
  14. Trebor Renkluaf

    Trebor Renkluaf I was hit by a parked car, what's your excuse? Gold Supporting Member

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    Shouldn't you be discussing this with your significant other? :confused:
     

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