vote for best full range OD combination

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  1. thiagozt

    thiagozt Member

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    if you need a full range OD, from light OD to heavier, fat drive, what would you do? (don't forget to mention your amp, as it pretty much changes everything)

    1. Xotic AC + Barber DD
    2. Xotic BB + Barber DD
    3. Barber LTD + Barber DD
    4. Barber LTD + OCD
    5. OCD + BB/AC
    6. Tim/Timmy + BB/AC
    7. Tim/Timmy + LTD
    8. Fulltone FD2
    9. Tone Pump
    10. none of the above

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  2. Great King Rat

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    Tim and Timmy should be on the list.

    -gkr
     
  3. thiagozt

    thiagozt Member

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    Tim/Timmy added ;)
     
  4. Sid

    Sid Member

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    Interesting..would love to hear more:D

    would love to see some stacks using :

    Screwdriver
    Honey Bee
    Dyna Red:drool
     
  5. gulliver

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    The way the amp is set up is also important, as well as speakers and cabinet. I had a H&K Tubezone as a fun super compressed recto type pedal, and that thing kicked out some serious bass. If my amp wasn't set up right for it, the bass just disappeared.

    Probably the best pedals for full tone are any with two or more tone controls so you can dial in what you're looking for.
     
  6. cr8z4life

    cr8z4life Silver Supporting Member

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    BB + Black Cat....
     
  7. Jacobpaul81

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    For my AC30, Im all Hotcake + Carb....
     
  8. DK207

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    Foxrox Zim....even though it is not listed.
     
  9. Craise

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    #6. if I had to pick from the list...
    If I could pick any two? For my Fender Princeton Reverb..
    Bjfe Honey Bee with Bjfe EGDM (vox) or Dyna Red (marshall)
     
  10. Sid

    Sid Member

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    Damn I have heard so much about the "BJF combo"

    Honey Bee+Dyna...

    Am dying to hear it:messedup
     
  11. waxnsteel

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    I shall be running a Barber LTD + Tonebone classic once I order the Barber. This will be w/ a humbucking guitar and Traynor amp.
     
  13. erksin

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    For me it's MI Audio Blue Boy + Timmy - everything from light power amp-like breakup to full-on raging distortion with lots of harmonic content.
     
  14. Blue Strat

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    Seymour Duncan Twin Tube Classic. 2 channels from very light to pretty heavy OD.
     

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