What pedals are based on cranked Fender amps and which are the best?

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  1. thrashmetl

    thrashmetl Supporting Member

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    I'm not talking about pedals that sounds like cranked Fenders, I'm talking about pedals that are based on a particular overdriven Fender amp. For example, the Lovepedal Woodrow is based on the 5E3 Fender Deluxe and the Lovepedal Les Lius is based on a 5E3 and a Twin.

    So what else is out there, and what is the best of these?
     
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    mgarrison99 Silver Supporting Member

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    Toadworks Lil Leo is a blackface deluxe on 11
     
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    thrashmetl Supporting Member

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    Menatone Dirty Blonde - hard to find though.
     
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    What about the Boss Bassman pedal???
     
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    My bandmate has a HBE Powerscreamer that has that "exploding amp" sound when cranked.
     
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    I'll bet Wampler could come up with a cranked tweed pedal......
    (nudge nudge, wink wink)
     

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