What's your tubescreamer of the minute?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Eveningtheme, Oct 10, 2019.

  1. bulbasaur_85

    bulbasaur_85 Member

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    Cusack Screamer is the best I’ve found to date closely followed by the Lovepedal Eternity Roadhouse E11. The Lovepedal was awesome but super sensitive in terms of the pedals around it in the signal chain.
     
  2. Rockerduck

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    Its an OD, Boost, and distortion pedal with a switch to change between the three.
     
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  3. zacmac

    zacmac Supporting Member

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    no. Marshall bluesbreaker.
     
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  4. paulydangerous

    paulydangerous Member

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    Menatone Red Snapper
     
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  5. cbpickin

    cbpickin Tweed Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    1. King Tone Duellist
    2. Analogman silver TS808
     
  6. SlaminSam

    SlaminSam Supporting Member

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    Still using the Rockbox Boiling Point in that capacity.
     
  7. Flatscan

    Flatscan Supporting Member

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    I still own, really like, and use:

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    Zink Mini-Eternity ("Tube Creamer")

    I would like a LGW back though.

    I also thought the ERD and Sparkle Drive Mod/VS-XO were quality offerings.
     
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  8. stephen sawall

    stephen sawall Member

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    KHDK Ghoul Screamer

    I also use a HBE Plank Cranker, Fulltone Fulldrive 3 and 2V2. Sold most the other ones....still have a Ibanez TS9 with a Maxon board and few others.
     
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    mikes66 Silver Supporting Member

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    sonhenry Member

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    I've had the same TS9 analogman mod'ded one on my board for years. It's suck there for good reason...
     
  11. JosephZdyrski

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    The Behringer 808 clone ....

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  12. buddy7168

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    Still the Maxon OD808 for me.
     
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  13. AxeVictim52

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    Believe it or not, my tubescreamer of the minute is a tubescreamer. just TS-9. It does what I want a tubescreamer to do.
     
  14. Pointy Headstock

    Pointy Headstock Member

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    Old faithful...circuit based on the Silver Mod, enclosure based on Expandora.

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  15. Stratburst70

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    I honestly hadn’t heard of Way Huge before Dunlop reissued the GR in 2011. The big difference is that the original didn’t have the bass and midrange boost/cut knobs.

    Another vote for the Green Rhino here. It simply sounds great and those extra knobs take it into completely different territory. It’s also a bang for buck champion, IMO.

    I will admit that a Keeley Red Dirt between a Strat and a blackface Fender amp is pure magic.
     
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  16. donderom

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    Not the most popular option here but there is something about Hudson Sidecar.
     
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  17. thekeefus

    thekeefus Supporting Member

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    My favorite TS types....

    Cusack Screamer
    Way Huge Green Rhino

    currenly digging the Moonshine side of a JHS Sweet Tea
     
  18. Bopcat

    Bopcat Gold Supporting Member

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    Telecaster > Maxon OD-9 with Analogman Silver Mod > SF Princeton or SF Champ
     
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  19. Ryno1331

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    Which do you prefer and why? Just curious.
     
  20. cbpickin

    cbpickin Tweed Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    They both have nice clarity and are great stackers with my Red Snapper, Gainster, or Godfather. The Duellist is a little more versatile. The silver mod has a little more midrange, which is better with certain amps or stacks. It depends on what I need.
     
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