Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by hippieboy, Jul 12, 2018.
J. Rockett Audio Designs
Wren and Cuff
3. Boss (aka The Staple)
Currently my 3 favorite pedals are from:
I think a lot of companies make great pedals. If I went by what I own/use most,
JHS (please calm down, I don't care if you don't like them)
1. DigiTech (6/11)
2. DOD (4/11)
3. Fishman AFX (2/3 on my acoustic board)
Listed in order of how many I have actually owned.
75 percent of my pedals are Boss, and I have the Tupperware pedalboard.
I own one EHX, and lust for some EQD products but don’t own any.
There are lots of interesting pedal manufacturers out there these days. As has been mentioned already, Boss makes affordable, dependable, easily obtainable pedals that are a well known quantity.
Most importantly, they do the job, and they do it quite well. I could put together an all Boss board and be quite content. One of mine has even become collectable!
What’s the score!?
Chase Bliss Audio
no question here.
#! Barber- great drive pedals, built to the highest standard, and with great customer service from a great guy.
#2 Fulltone- drive and mod pedals that sound great and cover a broad range of needs.
#3 Tie... Paul C because the Timmy is a great pedal that is impossible to remove from the board, no matter how many amps I try it with. And Keeley, because back when I was having Boss pedals modded, their service is a level beyond all others except Barber.
Amazing companies too:
Personally, I like knowing that the gear I use was made by people who love what they do and have worked hard to create and share the sounds they've always wanted to hear. In the end, it's just a pedal or an amp or a guitar, but the people who put thought into its design have given me and others an opportunity to then create our own sounds.
Because they make wonderful pedals/tones and have been even better guys to know.
- Boss (1980s)
- Free The Tone
- Ibanez (L/10 series)