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Old 01-11-2012, 05:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have a few different boards for different artists, but my basic board has a Wampler Ego compressor, a GE-7 EQ, a creation audio 4.23 clean boost, a modded sparkle drive, a dd-3 delay, a pitch black tuner, and a gooderich volume pedal
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Old 01-12-2012, 01:10 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I have enough to fill a small suitcase (the kind with little wheels on the bottom and a handle that slides out the top). It's BY FAR the best carrying case I've found, though a friend's old school Doctor's bag was a pretty close second.

It's been a while but I normally ran a stereo setup, but rather than go with the wet/dry method I go with light / dark. First thing my guitar plugged into was a beat up old DOD stereo flanger that has a bit of a short in the battery cable (made wicked laser sounds if you kick it by accident). Then the signal is split with the light side getting a DOD distortion / VOX wah / DOD delay / Ibanez Flanger. The dark side gets a Russian Big Muff / Danelectro Delay / EH Holy Grail Reverb / BOSS Flanger / Crybaby bass wah / BOSS Octaver.

Both lines get capped with no-name volume pedals as well so I can maintain full control on the sonic spectrum.
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I have enough to fill a small suitcase (the kind with little wheels on the bottom and a handle that slides out the top). It's BY FAR the best carrying case I've found, though a friend's old school Doctor's bag was a pretty close second.

It's been a while but I normally ran a stereo setup, but rather than go with the wet/dry method I go with light / dark. First thing my guitar plugged into was a beat up old DOD stereo flanger that has a bit of a short in the battery cable (made wicked laser sounds if you kick it by accident). Then the signal is split with the light side getting a DOD distortion / VOX wah / DOD delay / Ibanez Flanger. The dark side gets a Russian Big Muff / Danelectro Delay / EH Holy Grail Reverb / BOSS Flanger / Crybaby bass wah / BOSS Octaver.

Both lines get capped with no-name volume pedals as well so I can maintain full control on the sonic spectrum.
I need a reverb and cant decide between EHX Holy Grail or the Boss Fender 65 RI pedal. Which do you like?




At OP, foot pedal is a bit redundant is it not??
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Old 01-13-2012, 03:05 AM   #14 (permalink)
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The only reverb pedal I've ever owned is that Holy Grail. It's pretty awesome BUT it does add a fair amount of noise/hiss to your sound when you open it up more than halfway. But if you crank it all the way you can totally nail that Jimmy Page sound from the very end of Over The Hills and Far Away. Last time I checked they were selling for around $100 (and they come with their own adapter so no batteries to worry about - YAY!) and there most definitely crappier pedals you could spend that same money on.
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The only reverb pedal I've ever owned is that Holy Grail. It's pretty awesome BUT it does add a fair amount of noise/hiss to your sound when you open it up more than halfway. But if you crank it all the way you can totally nail that Jimmy Page sound from the very end of Over The Hills and Far Away. Last time I checked they were selling for around $100 (and they come with their own adapter so no batteries to worry about - YAY!) and there most definitely crappier pedals you could spend that same money on.
Iv also been thinking about the Danelectro Roast Beef. Also I have the FAB Overdrive pedal and its the biggest piece of crap I have ever heard.
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Iv also been thinking about the Danelectro Roast Beef. Also I have the FAB Overdrive pedal and its the biggest piece of crap I have ever heard.


For a good overdrive, Fulltone OCD maybe? 135 bones for a boutique pedal that is one of the most praised overdrives on the market doesn't seem bad at all.
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For a good overdrive, Fulltone OCD maybe? 135 bones for a boutique pedal that is one of the most praised overdrives on the market doesn't seem bad at all.
Thnks for the thoguht but I have a great overdrive. I was asking about reverbs. I only brought up the FAB because its also a Daneelctro and is crap. Fulltones are wonderful though, but my Barber Direct drive is heaps better imo.
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i've always wanted a Tremolo pedal

and slightly off-topic but i always wanted an E-bow as well
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i've always wanted a Tremolo pedal

and slightly off-topic but i always wanted an E-bow as well
I have an ebow. They're really sweet.
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I have an ebow. They're really sweet.
Did yours come with a cassette tape demo too?


As for Danelectro pedals they have two VERY distinct levels of quality. If you get one of the mini pedals in plastic then you're getting what you pay for - cheap plastic junk. Their pedals built into steel cases are usually worth it, quite happy with my Dan-echo and whatever they called their Reverse Delay (though I never actually owned that one).
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