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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by telefunken, Aug 17, 2013.
Wow, wrathfuldeity! Anybody ever tell you you look and play a lot like Carl Verheyen
Always was curious about that unit. How would you describe it?
Those things got more knobs than my whole rig!! lol
I've got a digital metalizer. Love that awkward little SOB.
MY favorite wah pedal. It's got one of the funkiest sounds and it really gives a good scream. Diverse , loud, built like a tank. Lasted me 10 years from the back of the van.
Just looked into this, supposedly it can also be used as an expression pedal. Is that true?
It talks about 'Control Voltage' on the side, which sounds like synth speak. Is that the power cable input on the side?
DOD Flanger 670. Others might have this one, but these days it's pretty rare. So, I'm guessing I'm the only person in this thread to regularly use one. (And, mine's been modified to true bypass, so I'm sure no one else has one like this!)
Lumpy's Tone Shop Treble Booster. Tommy Castellucci built it, there's only one, and I've got it. GREAT pedal to use in front of an EL84 amp!
I bet nobody here has one of these, but you easily could because they sell on eBay
It sounds pretty cool, too
I know there are others out there, but these two certainly are not common...
I'll bet NO-ONE has one of these (either do I - lol) Possibly the first effect...
^^^Dearmond Trem Control...........cool beans, talk about vintage. Be hard to come up with something more vintage than that.
Is that the electro-mechanical tremolo that puts your guitar signal through a can of (supposedly carcinogenic) fluid, and it splashes up against a contact to make the tremolo effect? I saw a demo of one on Youtube once.
I've thought about trying to make one of these, but it seems kinda complicated even though it is very simple.
Huh, on that note somebody has to have one of the old Tel-Ray oil can delays. always wanted to hear what one sounded like.
I have an old Boss Spectrum pedal. The Spectrum control when turned from left to right gives you all the sounds that a Wah pedal does, so if you like a particular sound it'll stay there. A thing that I found difficult to do with a conventional Wah/Vol pedal. I bought this one 2nd hand back in the late 80's and I believe they're not made anymore. A good pedal, especially for lead..S
I don't have anything truly esoteric, but my rarest pedal is a HAO Rust Driver. Here's a generic pic: