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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by voorhiessa, Jan 10, 2016.
Get the diamond comp Jr
A Barber Gain Changer into a Memory Lane Jr.
Compressor for Clean rhythm
(always on) Delay for ambience or rhythmic delays
OD for heavier rhythm tone
Xotic EP Booster - for boosted chimey cleans
VS Open Road - for crunchy rhythm chords; or swap with a RAT or left side of a VS-XO
Low gain OD - I like OCD for Fender amps and Timmy for Vox amps.
Boost before OD - To crank it up to medium gain when the chorus kicks in.
Big Muff - Because Big Muff.
Maybe a compressor - If I'm doing lots of clean, uptempo stuff.
Slapback delay - Because it sounds awesome.
And Proco Rat if you have the space - I'm a huge fan of the Rat for rhythm stuff. I usually use it for low to medium gain stuff. I can't remember the last time I recorded a song where there wasn't a Rat on in one way or another.
EDIT: Oh snap, just two? Then the Rat and the Big Muff for dirty alt rock, and RC Boost into and OCD for mellow or straight rock.
Durham Sex Drive and a combo of amp spring reverb and the hall setting on my Flint.
Fulldrive - OD and boost in one package
For the current project;
either a Wampler Leviathan into a BAT Pharaoh Fuzz.
A DOD Carcosa into a Fuzzhugger Doom Bloom.
Timmy & Butler Tube Driver
TS9 to tighten up that low end
bumping a lot of my favorite threads today....
Just rhythm? Nothing. Assuming I'm using my own rig.
Timmy and MXR Badass Modified OD. Other effects (modulation, delay, wah) are just added icing on the cake when needed.
For what I'm currently playing, an OCD v1.7 or a DOD Gunslinger. I'll boost either one with a DOD 250 or a TC Spark Booster on the "mid" setting.
Caline Pure Sky
Currently, a delay/chorus and reverb. I do run an always on boost for my single coils tho. A giga delay, space echo into a CDR, Snake Bite, RV-3, etc.
I usually have like 3-4 effects on per ryhtm track though, lol.
It used to be my OCD (always on) but now I just make my Super Sonic 22w sound like my OCD.
Also, on the tuner: I have been converted to clip-on tuners. I don't get why would you run a tuner pedal if not for the buffer.