Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by JoeYello, Jul 23, 2019.
Can't recall all of the pedals, but the brands: Strymon, Source Audio and Keeley are my main ones.
From my Journal, dated 4th October 2017: “And I shouldn’t hang out on The Gear Page or I’ll buy a BD-2, a Rat, a Klon, a Timmy and a Data Corrupter. Then a Timeline …”
Since that date: BD-2w, 2 Rats, 2 Klon(e), Timmy, Volante, Avalanche Run, Transmisser, Canyon, 2 x Nebula, Explorer, Titan II, Atlas III, Mercury IV, Skyboost, TightFuzzPro, Scarab Deluxe, Orpheum, Spooky Tooth, Fuzz Face, Fuzz Factory, Tres Diablos Ruidosos, Grand Orbiter, The Depths, Tone Job, Westwood, Pitch Bay, Dimension DC-2w, Dazatronics Optical Tremolo, History Lesson, ColorFace, Polara, Octavix, SS/BS Mini and Dracarys.
I can’t say TGP inspired all of the above, but certainly some. No regrets, no flipping.
I had about half a dozen pedals before TGP. I have 3 pedalboards & a few spares now. 1 pedal survived.
Their name is Lesion. Uh, Legion, sorry. For they are many.
3 Moogerfooger pedals (Drive, Tremolo, an Delay)
This site contributed to my Acid Fuzz Sonic Boom purchase but Youtube was probably more to blame.
Thanks for the reminder. I need to pull them out and write new songs with them.
Zendrive - bought it on the hype, sold it with less than 15 minutes of use.
Paul Trombetta Tornita fuzz
Mainly Lovepedals (I have about 20 now). Almost everything else I’d have found on my own eventually, but the TGP certainly sped up the learning curve.
TGP has introduced me to more builers rather than the pedals themselves.
Now....the old Harmony Central board? I bought TONS of pedals because of that forum. They introduced me to the Menatone Blue Collar overdrive and it all went down hill from there.
Ha. Too many to list even if I could remember them all.
Menatone King of the Britains
Analogman Prince of Tone
Probably a few more, but those are the three I still use most often.
PCE Aluminum Falcon
Freekish Blues Alpha Drive (lol)
Before TGP, my life was MXR, Boss, TC Electronics and Wampler. Everything else has been either the result of PGS or TGP.
It’s not TGP’s fault that my tone is great but never quite as great as it could be.
None. I can't or won't afford most of the stuff talked about here.
TGP has introduced a lot of smaller builders to me. Trombetta, Joe Gore, Telenordia, Spaceman. I sort through as much info as possible to try and draw a conclusion as to whether a pedal is worth a shot. I drew that conclusion with Spaceman Sputnik, Aphelion, Saturn V and while they sound good they just weren’t for me. The others listed all stuck and have gotten me to sounds I have had in my head for decades. Thanks TGP folks.
Yep... this about wraps it up.
A bunch of Basic Audio fuzzes
Only a few Lovepedal. Would never have heard of that company outside of here.