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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by radiocaster, Jun 11, 2017.
It sounds expensive, and hard to get, probably hand-built and you have to get on a waiting list.
Yes, but not as much as the pedal the impression pedal plugs into.
Helps you to achieve late 1970's arena rock sounds and grooves.
Used in conjuction with a 3 pickup Les Paul is where the Fram-Tone Comes Alive...
The ___>CIOU+---->>> is the new
Cristal Icepick Octaver Unit with super accurate 24bit/96kHz tripple oversampling future, faster than lightning and better than the sound of the 8 ball rolling past.
it will enhance your brainz, meth inks
The Roulette OD
It's a very elegant enclosure that uses 2 power inputs 1 is standard 9vDC and the other is 120VAC.
So what happens is,it's really just a tube screamer clone (a really bad one) with a RNG chip, and mini ball bearing functional roulette wheel.
So you "spin the wheel" and turn on the pedal and you either get some mediocre OD or 120vac strait into the input of your rig.
The Mother F'er - which will be an awesome flanger that can go towards being a chorus too.
Silicone Fuzz and Flanger combo pedal
Step On It, Barney!
The ultimate overdrive pedal to achieve authentic, Barney Rumble
The Gear Page TS-808 "Committee Mod"
1. Tap tempo
2. Expression pedal input
3. The "Can I set in" input (makes every song Mustang Sally)
5. L/H output
6. R/H output
7. Wet signal only
8. What ever you play outputs here (mono)
9. Whatever you should have played outputs here (3-D). (Cannot be used in conjunction with input 3)
10. Not sure
11. Activates remote LED to indicate pedal is on
12. Kittens and or Rainbows
The Slithy Tove - it gyres and gimbles in the wabe.
The Lego brick - a passive device for the shy vocalist who wants to express him/her self.
comes in many colours
no cables or batteries required
must be used barefoot
big discount for a box of them (so you can supply your bandmates)
doesn't break but works every time
I think James Brown used these to good effect…
Get On The Good Foot
Thanks for that link. Great article. I remember pooling money between a few friends to buy a Grunge pedal. Glorious days.
These pedals stack very well together...
The Cento I'm herring some good things about this one.
Finally, a pedal I can store my picks in....
The Blob, acid fuzz where whole pedal except for jacks, knobs and footswitch are covered with a gelatinous blob of goop in a random shape.
Like a Klon... only with the gooey crap on the outside.