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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by wrxplayer, Mar 29, 2020.
Fulltone '69 Pedal. It's been on my pedal board forever!
This, exactly! I also use it set very mildly (with literally no "sustain") - just enough attack to smooth everything. I find it encourages me play more evenly so you avoid the points where it obviously kicks in. If that makes sense.
All of ‘em, ‘cause I use Dual Lock.
MP Deep blue delay and AF1 first run. Everything else comes and goes.
Origin Cali 76 Deluxe my first comp. Every time I turn it off I find out things sound better when it’s on. AD900 2 chip is up there at 1A
Probably my Pete Cornish Line Driver.
Alexander Quadrant Delay.
A brilliant little delay pedal.
Does exactly what I want and is so well thought out.
It isn't going anywhere.
TC Tuner and TC Delay.
I don't really have one . . . provided I can get a good TS sound and some good analog-ish delay, basic tremolo and detune, all into an amp that is breaking up, I'm happy. I do carry a Hotcake, and if I can't get the amp loud enough to get going, I use the hotcake for a little bit of gain/break up on the way in.
For me it's this ^. I replaced literally every other pedal on my board over the past two weeks. Only the wah survived the cull.
Those look like Matt Schofield settings!
Timeline has been my longest pedal to date. I bought one when they first came out.
Recently added a Simplifier to my board, so I changed to the 4CM with my Timeline and Ventris.
I've had time to explore settings on the TL.. its a keeper for me.
My Turbo Tuner and Sarno Earth Drive gets love, too.
Tone City Model M, $50 used, competes with my $150 el rey dorado. I would not say either is better or worse...but the tone city brings more for your dollar.
The Drag n Fly is an awesome fuzz. It’d be my desert island fuzz.
DMMTT 1100. I’m big on delay, but particularly this one. Bought it NOS from
CME 6 years ago (with pano chips). It’s everything I’ve ever wanted a delay to be. Perhaps it’s because I’m so used to it now, but everything else seems to pale in comparison. This into a dirty Matchless with some PAF style humbuckers in a Les Paul is THE tone for me.
Pretty much all of them. I love my pedal board now.
~'07 Malekko E600B.
I always have a delay pedal of some sort on my board--but other than a tuner, it's my MXR CAE Boost Line Driver pedal for making solos or other parts I want to stand out louder. It's been on my board since I discovered them shortly after they were released when I heard it was a better version of the MXR Micro Amp--which I thought was good.