Which overdrive? I want less gain than an FDII, but more than a clean boost.

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by zenpeace69, Jan 25, 2008.


  1. zenpeace69

    zenpeace69 Supporting Member

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    It doesn't have to be boutique, either. The cheaper the better.
     
  2. BluesHarp

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    Rc Boost for a little.. and a Eternity or a Cot50 for a tad mo. That will set you in the middle somewhere.
     
  3. jimfog

    jimfog Senior Member

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    Barber LTD........really, seriously.

    Latest Fatboost 2 has a nice kick at it's higher gain range.

    Tim/Timmy just plain rocks.
     
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    Barber LTD.
     
  5. Greggy

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    Bad Monkey. I also am a fan of Barber pedals.
     
  6. Wesman61

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    Sounds to Me like a Subdecay Liquid Sunshine.
     
  7. zenpeace69

    zenpeace69 Supporting Member

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    You know, the RC boost has always been one of those pedals that I figured would be perfect for me. I need to try one out.
     
  8. Waxhead

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    How can you get LESS gain than an FD11 with the overdrive at 9 oclock.
    Any less and it'll be a chorus pedal :munch
     
  9. jb70

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    yeah, try the barber ltd version 2 or the ltd sr
     

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