The Official D*A*M Love Thread!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by markom89, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    I know there's a million threads going on about these awesome pedals, but not one dedicated "love thread", so I thought I'd make this one!

    Post anything and everything about yer D*A*M pedals!

    I'm up to four... used to have a MK II that I ever so stupidly sold, and am still waiting on a Meathead Deluxe and MK II from Dave!

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    Love my D*A*M's like nuffin' else! :D
     
  2. amphead777

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    No pics, but a Meathead and a Drag'n Fly in the house.
     
  3. thisfire

    thisfire Supporting Member

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    Damn Marko, that's a freaking gorgeous collection!...pretty much my top 4 of the D*A*M line. I don't own any at the moment (going through an "I don't know if fuzz is right for me" phase), but it sure is nice eye candy.
     
  4. EL34

    EL34 Silver Supporting Member

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    My favorite fuzz pedals ever! I've tried the entire standard line, but sadly, none of the more limited models (I was really GASing for a Buzzaround but didn't make the list). The only standard model I didn't bond with was the Sonic Titan....I've owned it twice, and just couldn't make it work in my rig.
     
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    Ive got the D*A*M Red Rooster, my fave treble booster
     
  6. burningyen

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    I have the same version Ram Head. I can't imagine my pedalboard without it.
     
  7. pboudreau

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    The Fuzzaround. This is a copy of the Mosrite? Has anyone compared it to the original or the Ashbass? As far as D*A*M I have the 66, MKII, Red Rooster, and Ram Head. I can't imagine a better pedal for mid 60's Brit fuzz than the 66.
     
  8. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    No, the Fuzzaround isn't the Mosrite. You're thinking of the D*A*M FuzzRong. The Fuzzaround is a Baldwin Burns Buzzaround.
     
  9. thesjkexperienc

    thesjkexperienc ^^^ I made this guitar^^^ Supporting Member

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    I LOVE my Meathead! I had several others that due to unfortunate cash crunches I had to sell :( I am on the list for a Red ROoster, but that seems like the day will never come.
     
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    I've got a VERY happy mail day coming up soon, I'll be sure to post the new family members ASAP. I can't freakin wait!
     
  11. nibus

    nibus Supporting Member

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    Marko are you a gain-a-holic? I noticed all those fuzzes are completely dimed.
     
  12. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    Guilty:rolleyes:
     
  13. NewarkWilder

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    whats your take on the D'Fly? I can't really decide if the next one I'm gonna go after will be a fly, a titan, or another meathead since I really freakin miss my old one.
     
  14. jazzandmetal?

    jazzandmetal? Supporting Member

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    Drag n Fly is the only list I am waiting for to open up at this point.
     
  15. NewarkWilder

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    i have a newfound love for germanium fuzz (old amp hated it, new amp loves it) so the whole "hybrid" thing sounds pretty interesting.

    I'd freaking LOVE to get one of those germanium meats out there. drool.
     
  16. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    Yo, M-daddy!
    The D'n'F is really cool! Very "vintage" sounding :messedup
    It's quite fuzz face sounding, I find, though much higher gain and better overall. I'm not a Fuzz Face guy, but I really dig the D'n'F. I'll try and do a clip later, yo!
     
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  18. Bryan T

    Bryan T guitar owner Silver Supporting Member

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    Do they do a Kay Fuzztone clone? If not, they should . . .
     
  19. markom89

    markom89 Senior Member

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    Bryan, no, Dave doesn't do a Kay Fuzztone. I guess that would be kinda' cool- I love that pedal!
     
  20. Hiwatt Bob

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    I've got a 1966 arriving hopefully today or tomorrow. Haven't actually played a DAM pedal yet, so I won't say I love them yet...but isuspect I will.
     

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