Your Top Three Pedals from Catalinbread

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  1. splatt

    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    i only have 2, and they're each deadly:
    Antichthon (whoa!) & EchoRec (ohhhhh.....).
     
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  2. Monts

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    I'll have an Antichthon coming in for the weekend!! Loved the clips you posted David!
     
  3. splatt

    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    man!
    it's a love thing..... easy to find rich & easy tones, w/a few navigable worlds of weirdness hanging out like hidden or looming shadows behind them: dude.

    if you investigate the antichthon (including use of your own most extreme dynamics & all volume- + tone-controls, etc),
    you'll eventually have the good fortune to meet the 702-member underground oversized alien bongo ensemble™..... emanating from your guitar amp.
     
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  4. Slevin

    Slevin Supporting Member

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    This. If my memory serves me it was still the all black hiwatt graphic on the v2 and I rocked that pedal for a good 2 years. Loved the thing
     
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    Welcome to the jungle!!!!
     
  6. Nevil Bamshoot

    Nevil Bamshoot Member

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    Only using 2 of their 'mechanisms of music' currently: 1) Echorec and 2) Montavillian Echo, and I love them both. Run them both at 18V, they always sound great.

    I own the Teaser Stallion, not currently using it, but can't get myself to get rid of it either. I have owned and sold the Formula No. 5, just didn't bond with it. Can't wait to get the Zero Point, and if my board didn't already have 3 reverbs that I love I would be getting the Talisman. Will have to wait for some used ones to pop up here and there to try it out and see if it knocks anything off the board...
     
  7. slopeshoulder

    slopeshoulder Senior Member

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    I like Belle Epoch, Fn5 and SFT a lot.
    I despised Silver Kiss.
    DLS was good but not as good as King of the Britains. WIIO was too dark. Serrano Picoso seemed a little bright.
    Very good pedal company.
     
  8. jawajt

    jawajt Member

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    It's tough for me to pick three. I'd go with:

    1. DLS MKIII
    2. Galileo (version 1)
    3. Echorec
     
  9. FLYING V 83

    FLYING V 83 Gibson Geezer Silver Supporting Member

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    SCOD #7 in vinyl.
    Been my 'Santana-in-a-box' pedal for years & years.
    I've had several others along the way, all of Nic's stuff is top-notch.
     
  10. ObsessedGuitarist

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    Oh my, and I have been waiting patiently for a Santana-in-a-box from CB. It already exists?! What is you rig and Santana covers are you playing?
     
  11. evanjackson

    evanjackson Supporting Member

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    Love CB pedals. My three faves:

    1. Silver kiss prototype
    2. SCOD
    3. WIIO
     
  12. splatt

    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    it's been a great new jungle, these past 2 weeks..... just around the bend(s) from them other jungles!
     
  13. Mick_Braun

    Mick_Braun Silver Supporting Member

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    Belle Epoch - killer
    DLS MKII - my favorite of the DLS iterations
    Callisto - underrated
     
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  14. shovelhead82

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    Only have two, I like them both. There are a bunch more I would like to own.

    Semaphore Tremolo
    DLS MKII
     
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    All of their delays are MVPs, as a result as soon as I need reverb I'm looking at their offerings as well.
     
  16. Toe

    Toe Member

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    1. Montavillian
    2. SCOD
    3. Pareidolia
     
  17. WhoJamFan

    WhoJamFan Supporting Member

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    In no particular order

    Echorec
    Belle Epoch
    Montavillian

    Have owned and used

    DLS 2 and 3
    WIIO 2 and 3
    CB 30

    Great customer service.
     
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    scotty31 Member

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    WIIO from the original run. Massive pedal. and so like a Hiwatt. Still the best 103 in a box.
    Semaphore v.1. great tremolo, and also the cutest pedal ever to boot.
    And even without playing it, the Zero Point. I know I'm gonna love it.
     
  19. Seth L

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    Those 2 are calling out like Sirens to me. I know I'm going to cave, just a matter of when.
     
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    Belle Epoch
    Sabbra Cadabra
    Antichthon
     
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