Who here has the best pedal collection?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by smilefan, Dec 16, 2006.

  1. Gas-man

    Gas-man Unrepentant Massaganist

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    Do you still have the couch?

    :eek:
     
  2. Mr. Kite

    Mr. Kite Supporting Member

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    analogmike's fuzz collection is my favorite:drool .
     
  3. usc96

    usc96 Member

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    They probably have a medication to take care of this affliction. :jo :)

    Anyway, Deviltone has some nice stuff. :dude
     
  4. scottcw

    scottcw Low rent hobbyist Silver Supporting Member

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    Define "best" - most, or best selected?

    Mine is...

    BJF Mint Green Mini Vibe (unique replacement for the overdone trem/univibe sound) > Hellbilly (combo fuzz/rangemaster) > BJF Green Apple Fuzz (nasty 60s fuzz tones) > Custom Zendrive "red dot" prototype (from Dumble to JCM900 gain) > Lovepedal 22 (Vox flavored OD) > BJF Dyna Red Distortion (Marshall flavored OD) > BJF Honey Bee (final OD sweetener) > BJF Little Red Trebler (pedal version of the bright switch on a Fender amp).

    The order is determined by modulation > Fuzz/pre-amp pedals > OD/power-amp pedals > final tone control/boost.

    Waiting on a BJF Pale Green Compressor and a Baby Pink Booster. I will probably order the BJF Delay when it is released.
     
  5. SamPaoli

    SamPaoli Member

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    Sometimes I wonder if these forums help breed these "collections". I mean honestly unless your a session/studio musician who needs to cop any sound in the known universe, how does one find their uniqueness with so much gear? I guess there's nothing wrong with collecting though, people spend their money on worse that's for sure.
     
  6. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    I cant post this picture without someone talking about the couch. It is the most comfortable couch ever and the flowers are totally sweet.
     
  7. whoismarykelly

    whoismarykelly Oh look! This is a thing I can change!

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    Since when do you have to work with a limited amount of gear to sound unique?
     
  8. Boogie92801

    Boogie92801 Member

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    Angeloss has quite a few good ones.
     
  9. gitpicker

    gitpicker Silver Supporting Member

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    Not me...

    Non-Digital Tom's collection is sick, sick, sick....:dude
     
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    Mr. Kite Supporting Member

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    Thanks man!!! I appreciate being thrown into this thread!!! :)
     
  12. pfflam

    pfflam Silver Supporting Member

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    Find the Non-digital-tom thread with pcs . . . its staggering!!
     
  13. TheGrooveking

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    I am only up to about 615 pedals or so not counting midi footcontrollers or multi effects unit. I don't have my MXR/Ross/Electro Harmonix stuff, well maybe a few of those brands.

    Non-Digital Tom's collection is very impressive, he has allot of cool/rare pedals.

    I won't bother listing them all, I think about 400 of them are in the photos on webshots. The pics on webshots are about 40% of my gear. I stopped a few years ago from posting stuff over $1000 in value, I have only left up what was already was there.

    Got to go, the gig starts in about an hour.

    TheGrooveking
     
  14. ThatGuyChris

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    I think I have one pedal...

    ...yep just one
     
  15. Gordon_Gecko

    Gordon_Gecko Member

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    Don't you mean.. thrown in front of the bus!!!
     
  16. Gordon_Gecko

    Gordon_Gecko Member

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    Oh please.... don't say it... please... not worth waking the Kracken.

    Nice board.
     
  17. Filter428

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    TheGrooveKing is my idol!
     
  18. giggedy

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    I know analogmike has a bunch
     
  19. ModTourMan

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    Maxon OD808
    Maxon AD-999
    Voodoo Labs Micro Vibe
    Voodoo Labs Tremolo
    E.H. Small Clone
    E.H. Small Stone
    Dunlop Mr. CryBaby (volume/wah/boost)
    Songworks Rotary Wave (rotating speaker cabinet)

    Also a seldom used Digitech JamMan looper and a soon to be returned (I'll give it one more chance) Danelectro Free Speech talk box.

    A year ago I couldn't be less interested in pedals...I had a fortunate and profitable year last year and there 'ya go! I must admit - it's been fun rounding out my pedal board!
     
  20. fatback

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    thegrooveking, nondigitaltom, and analogmike are keepin' the dream alive!

    :D
     

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