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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by radiocaster, Jun 11, 2017.
it kicks ass in every possible way, and some you'd thought impossible
The National GeoGraphic EQ
Thank you very much. Hey, I've got to try one of these Mooers - it seems an intresting device to add it to the pedalboard.
The Landmine: "Explode into sound - literally!"
The OD: "Too much of a good thing!"
The Toe Cheese: "Put some stink in your plink!"
The Ah-OO-gah: "Honk if you love stompboxes!"
The Unadulterator: "If it ain't broke, this'll fix it!"
The Inaudiblizer: "Turn it off when you know how to play yer dern guitar!"
explode into reality:
I really prefer the Claymore's more smooth tone. Robben Ford tends to have the proximity fuses modded when he uses one on his board.
I think the Keeley modded "anti-personel" is smoother than the stock shaped charges....
He also used them stereo if memory serves:
Pedal names are fun. When it comes to dirt pedals, fuzz and compressors, I tend to think body parts, diseases and perhaps a malady or two. Of course, various food items enter the mix.
For fuzz pedals, I like the name 'Spazticolon'....I picture a quirky, temperature sensitive gremanium based unit that purrs like a kitten before the rumbling starts. After that, all sanity is lost as it spatters, burps and farts into sonic mayhem.
It's little brother, 'Semicolon', (aka as the Rayguz) is a bit more smooth and polite. However, hitting the 'semi' switch takes half the caps out of the equation and it becomes (depending on your tone preference) quite ugly or heavenly.
Based off the old URI studio compressor, the 'Sphincter' is the tightest comp on the market. It can squeeze your tone tight or open up to let some huge signal through.
pure air compressor, a standalone version which can sound from rubbery flatulent to exciting big bang.
Amaze your friends !!
I wanted one of these when they first came out but the price just kept going up on them..... now they are out of my price range....
Boss's new Waza Craft custom pedal for pure John Mayer tones. Satisfactory guaranteed.
Also check out the 40th anniversary AV-1. Covers every guitar part by Avril Lavigne from the old punk rock to the new pop music. Heck — you don't even have to do anything!
mp3 dynamic reducer: makes everything sound like it's being played through laptop speakers. for when you want to sound like an andertons/thomann/sweetwater demo.
The End Of Tone.
A 3-knob dirt pedal to end all dirt boxes- the gain range includes everything from light OD through heavy distortion to fuzz. Sounds better than every other dirt box you have. Each enclosure is uniquely hand-painted and the inside has a serial number and signature. Retails for $500, which is a bargain when you consider you can sell all your other dirt pedals.
Inside it's an LM308 Rat clone.
The PreChorus Cloner
It delays the dry signal... and somehow (due to the magic of digital technology) modulates a duplicate of the dry signal (before the dry signal occurs.) Final result: a chorus that occurs before the actual dry signal.
The ultimate cork sniffers boutique pedal. All of the mysterious and rare components are covered in goo then cast in a solid gold brick housing bringing its price nearly to that of a Klon. Its effect on ones sound and resultant tone can only be described as "better than YOU will ever do". It is sold by invitation only. Average wait upon payment is unknown. The Admonish-mint is SO good, nobody has actually received one yet, . And of course, its true bypass.
Now you've got me curious
Mike Hermans puts the Admonish-mint through its paces....
If the video doesn't play for you, you most likely do not have an invitation to watch it...sorry.
I'm not sure what it does, or even if it does anything at all.