Your favorite dirt pedal for telecaster?

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  1. dnauhei

    dnauhei Member

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    I am thinking low to medium gain--what is your favorite dirt pedal for your telecaster and what sounds does it get you that you like?
     
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    What amp do you use? I think that is also a very important consideration. I'd bet a Paisley Drive would work though as Brad Paisley is a big Tele player, and it is very tweakable.
     
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    Pork Loin, Black 65,Green Rhino, kalamazoo, Swollen Pickle, Hot Silicon.
     
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    A few real winners: Wampler Paisley, Mojo Hand Rook, Klon.
     
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    Tim for me.
     
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    Timmy into a clean big fender cranked
     
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    Used a VFE pale horse od and fulldrive2 with a Tele into a Tweaker and I've had good results
     
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    mojohand mule, keeley blues driver
     
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    SHOD>TIM, individually and together. SHOD's sweet midrange is just perfect for Tele's and TIM rounds things out and provides excellent shaping via the bass/treble controls.
     
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    +1 sweet honey OD
     
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    Into a cranked Marshall: a Timmy (or a Screw Driver).

    Into a Fender: a Screw Driver. No Timmy for me with this setup.
     
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    Lovepedal COT/Tchula. The OD11 is climbing fast tho, exactly the halfway point between an Eternity and COT that i have been chasing for several years now.

    I'm playing into a Maz18.

    cheers
     
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    I Have 3 :

    For giving me a very natural extension of my Guitar>amp (Fenders) sound with a little breakup that leaves my clean sound in the forefront (with EQ intact), I love a Boss Blues Driver

    when I want a little bit of Bass cut, but w/o the TS mid-hump, nothing beats my "bright-modded" GC/MXR Classic Distortion (more of an OD)- this pedal sounds like a cranked blackface, IMO. Great for jump blues or Western swing with a Tele neck pickup, good R&B with both pickups, and Danny Gatton/Roy B. "hot Tele" tone that is not too over the top, but 'twangy balls"

    When I want to change my over-all tonality towards a more "clean Marshall" direction, its a Barber Direct Drive, at medium Drive setting- not too saturated
    all sound great w/ Fenders (and my Blue Dano!) into Fenders!
     

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