Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Magnets And Melodies, Feb 26, 2019.
I see... then it was I who missed the point, I guess. Joke's on me.
nah, i wouldnt worry about the “web hijinx”
you typically have some good idea - ill have to look for a demo for your recommendation
VFE Dragon? I'm just guessing. Just never heard about VFE until he decided to close. So I bought one. I'm such a sucker for new pedals.
I’ll add the Vick Tree of Life. Smooth smooth smooth, but can get gnarly especially when pushed with quality low gain. Great build. Underrated builder.
It's my favorite clean boost/low gain drive ever. It packs a ton of volume and makes everything sound insanely good.
How long until a boutique company clones this pedal and people discovers how good it is?
Danos of course.
Love the Deadbeat Visible Overdrive. High-quality TS clone with a really sweet tone sweep, not to mention the coolest aesthetics I've ever born witness to on a sub-$100 pedal. It also comes with a power supply and two patch cables, which is more a compliment to Deadbeat Sound than the pedal itself.
Does that really count as a sleeper? It's practically got a cult following from here to HarmonyCentral. I'd say the EM5 is more worthy.
Way Huge Pork Loin
IMO i think everyone's first pedal should be a Zoom MS-50g. It would save a ton of money down the road.
Source Audio LA Lady is definitely underappreciated/sleeper.
The Diamond Counterpoint is still overshadowed by the MLJR. Even though it is everything the MLJR is, plus so much more.
The Knockout which I saw mentioned once and I really like the Q Balls Riddle by the same company.
· Prescription Electronics Germ remains my favorite boost for Vox AC30.
· Menatone J.A.C. is to my ear the best sounding optical compressor in a pedal that I've found.
· Diamond Quantum Leap has been on my main working board for about the last three years.
· Also, BOSS NS-2.
MI Audio Tube Zone
Just so versatile and every control (6!) is useful
Absolutely the Foxrox Aquavibe. It's one of the best sounding vibes, the controls are excellent, the size is great and the color rocks. I have a Unique Vibe that I love but I WILL NOT be parting with my Aquavibe. Just a great, great pedal.
Joyo’s phaser, chorus, and tremolo all sound very solid to my ears.
Flower Pedals Dandelion - Super versatile tremolo with all the features. Optical amplitude and harmonic, continuously variable waveforms, tap tempo, expression control...
One Control Anodized Brown - It's all I need for Marshall tones through my Vox.
JHS Emperor v2 - It gets left out of most rec threads, but I don't think you could ask for a better, more versatile chorus or vibrato.
Oh, that's right, should have been stated twenty years ago... But you guys still don't know how great a pedal that was! ;-)
Haven't seen much discussion about the Keeley 30ms pedal. I think it is unique and sounds massive.
MXR Double-Double Overdrive (Tubescreamer and OCD in one) Great for medium gain sounds.