Your Vote For Best "Sleeper" Pedal.....

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by lovesickmusic, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. gururyan

    gururyan Member

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    No doubt.
     
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    +1 on the DMB Stellar Drive(4Knob version) Great sounding pedal that kicked the over-hyped Fulldrive 2 off the board! Clean knob always comes in handy!
    +1 Ibanez DE-7 has MUTEMATH written all over it. And sounds great in echo mode. Oscillates beautifully.
     
  4. Hulakatt

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    I am always suprised that Hartman Electronics and Vintage Technologies don't get more press/love around here. I have and have owned a few from each and think they are some of the best i've used. The Orange Sunshine fuzz from VT is especially stellar.

    Also, Maxon pedals are underrated and are far better built and better sounding than the similar offering from Ibanez.
     
  5. James

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    Whirlwind Commander from the late 80s. Cool box with an effects loop, clean boost as well as a DI. Swiss Army Knife for acoustic players. I don't think that many people know about them. Shhhhhh, I'd like to keep it that way until I'm done hoarding them off ebay. :D
     
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    Whirlwind Red Box. Subtle compressor that is quiet.
     
  7. partsocaster

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    I agree and Chad is the nicest guy....
     
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    CMATMODS Signa Drive....

    In fact, I haven't heard one of his pedals that wasn't spectacular.
     
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    Jetter Red, Micro POG, Carbon Copy
     
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  12. Aslan

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    Visual sound garagetone Drive Train OD.
     
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    Absolutely the Fuchs Plush Cream pedal. Don't hear much about it from anyone but man... People gotta try this pedal. So warm, thick but clear. IMO, THE perfect tubescreamer.
     
  15. Filter428

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    Boss OD-1 and Ibanez TS10
     
  16. SixDemonBag

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    Mi audio blues pro. A standout.
     
  17. 66Park

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    I hadn't played my old MXR flanger in years and hooked it up yesterday. It's just a fantastic sounding, very versatile flanger. I'm sure the reissues are pretty similar, so I have no idea why they don't get any respect around here. Perhaps because they're not boutique?
     
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    Nick Greer Ghetto Stomp. DUH!
     
  20. zezozozezadfrick

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    Ibanez Modulation Delay

    Moog Ring Modulator

    Boss Line Selector (one of the most underrated pedals. I know its not technically an "effect" pedal, but it sure can open a lot of creative doors and do many helpful things.)

    I have always considered Boss to be kind of an industry standard. I have never played a Boss pedal that sounded bad.
     

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