Same question I guess, lol. Or any similar based circuit.
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IMHO the Cream Tone is a "good" sounding light to medium OD pedal that holds it's own with most OD pedals in the $200.00 US price range. What you hear on the G2D web page (Strat clip through a Twin Reverb) is pretty much what you get with this pedal. I have the newer version that has the dip switch inside that allows you to take away a bit of the gain and add some bass if need be. (a request by the humbucker players I believe) Personally, I prefer the original (factory) setting. This is the second Cream Tone I've owned. My first was one of the original batches when this pedal first came out a number of years ago.I had my name come up on the G2D creamtone last year and I past up on it. You dont hear much about this pedal anymore compared to a year ago. What do you like about it and how does it compare to other popular/similar pedals? Or.. what other pedals in the same vein did/have you tried before settling on this one?
Any clips? ;-)
I also LOVE me some SRV!