Every pedal I've owned outside of the first few pedals I bought has been a direct result of TGP.
The ones that I bought before TGP:
Digitech Bass Chorus
Tech 21 Bass Driver DI
My brother's Boss DS1
Fulltone OCD (v4 which I didn't have any clue about at the time)
Tech 21 Boost RVB
TC Electronic Hall of Fame
I'm not sure I could list out everything I've bought as a result of TGP as it would be a very long list and I don't think anyone would actually want to read through it. Here's what I currently own as a result of it though:
Barber Compact Direct Drive v3
Neunaber Seraphim v2 and EXP
Line 6 HX Stomp
(also own a Darkglass Vintage Microtubes, but that's the result of talkbass.com however)
Honestly, most pedals i own or have owned in the past couple years.
9-10 spaceman effects
Toneczar dove and powerglide
Kingsley minstrel, jester, jouster, bard
Meris mercury 7
Jext Telez white pedal and dizzy tone
Many many MANY others
Before the gear page i was playing whatever was in guitar center, and the list is much shorter: ehx, rat, ocd, soul food, t-rex roommate, boss, maybe a JHS here and there. The only gem still on my board is a Mad Professor Deep Blue delay which i found on Amazon about 5 years ago, soon to be replaced by a Dual Blue Delay. Still have the rat around here somewhere.
It’s been a combination of TGP and TPS that’s caused my pedal drawer to become two.
A short list of pedals that I bought thanks to TGP:
- 6 SUF fuzzes
- Boss DD-500
- Boss MD-500
- Xotic SP Compressor
- Xotic SL Drive
- Wampler Tumnus Deluxe
- Keeley Compressor
- Xotic wah
- Digitech FreQout
Checking when I joined, I can see that I had decided on getting the Strymon Flint before I joined TGP, so I can feel comfortable that my interest in Strymon products wasn't due to TGP influence. My other most purchased brand is Red Witch, which isn't particular popular here - another one that I would point to outside of TGP for influence.
The only Boss pedal I bought since joining TGP is the SY-300 - the announcement thread here excited me because it essentially was a pedal I was hoping would someday exist. Then the demos came out and were largely bad, kinda putting me off, but I figured I'd still try it. When I finally got a chance to try it, I bought it that day.
The pedal that I can definitely point to TGP as an influence in the purchase is the Carcosa. I also have a gonkulator, but that was influenced more by the Anderton's "buy your mate a rig he'll hate" vid than anything else.
My recent purchase of a moogerfooger low pass filter would be more due to my own explorations than duee to TGP.