What stacks well w/ a TIM ($100 & under used)

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jake5, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. jake5

    jake5 Supporting Member

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    Just picked up a TIM (again)...it's the best OD I've ever owned. I'm looking for an OD to stack w/ it...last time I owned one, I had a COT 50 stacking w/ it. I didn't think this was the best combo. I rarely ever even used the COT 50 except when I wanted to go really heavy (at least for me). I'm mainly a jamband / funkster type.

    So I'm looking for a good recommendation on something to stack w/ the TIM. I've got a really nice fuzz that's already gonna be in the mix (Diaz Squareface)...and that's as heavy as I'll need to go. So, I'm looking for something to match up well w/ the TIM, and just sort of give me additional tonal options.

    Peace,
    Jaek
     
  2. todaystomorrow

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    Tubescreamer or any of the clones should pair great with the Tim. also a Rangemaster clone.
     
  3. fendergeek

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    A used Mojo Drive!!
     
  4. chrisgraff

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    Hotcake ---->Tim--->AC30 :dude
     
  5. The Gainster

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    Did you run the 50 first, then the Tim?
     
  6. Rock72

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    Barber LTD and Barber Direct Drive
     
  7. mude

    mude Supporting Member

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    Barber pedals can often be had for less than $100 used and they work well. Try a Direct Drive if you want a fair bit of gain and and LTD if less works for you. You may find that when stacked, the LTD really has quite a bit of gain actually.

    Evan.
     
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    MXR Distortion III M-115 believe it or not...classic rock in a box...
     
  9. hbentley

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    if end up wanting to spend more cash down the road, the timmy/honey bee stack is pretty darn nice.
     

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