Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by smilefan, Dec 16, 2006.
Here's a few...
Come on guys, no lists! Pics or it's a metal zone + digitech rp90
Graham Green's Collection of vintage fuzzes
Some of you guys need professional help...
At some point you stop playing guitar due to all the tweaking of knobs, and lusting after next said pedal....yes, if you have more than a pt-pro will hold, time to stop the insanity!
Plug them ALL in and turn them ALL on. I triple dog dare ya!
Not quite TGP slut level, but pretty good for someone who used to be a one cord guy.
Nkt red dot Sunface
Nkt white dot Sunface
Dingotone Classic 70s fuzz
Dingotone Hybrid fuzz
Area 51 wah
Vibe Baby (just about on the way)
I sincerely apologize for having the audacity to even consider posting in this thread
+/- 135 9 volt batteries
My vote is the Burgermann on U TUBE. He has to have one of everything built in the last ten years plus. I'm sure his house's foundation has to have been re-rated.
Nice vintage MKII
So you're the one driving up the prices of vintage fuzzes
I've got nothing compared to Tonefree and steve440, but here is my muff collection (Delay and Timmy pictured as well).
Crap. I thought my collection was "ALL THAT' until saw this thread
Just 1 Maestro MP-1 counts for about 100 other pedals though.
Here's a good chunk of mine:
Some of these are gone and I've added some other ones.
It is a cool pedal and it has "BALLS"
I think I'm done...simple, but effective.
Pretty sure the biggest my "collection" has ever been was 17 pedals... and it has happened twice —
Today I have nine. Well, six... with a MIDI controller, tuner and looper.
I believe I have a pretty solid selection
JHS Black Buffer
JHS modified Memory Boy
Line 6 echo park