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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Big_Bend, Apr 28, 2011.
+1 to the Zoom Power drive.
morley power wah
which I used like a treble booster...then a year or so later an EHX Big Muff
I remember Lafayette Radio Electronics. My first stereo amplifier was a Lafayette...
My first and to date only pedal was an MXR Distortion+...that was about 1975 (it was sold with all of my guitar equipment somewhere around 1981...). I'm currently looking at getting some kind of overdrive pedal and some kind of tremolo pedal...
Back in the 60's I bought an original Vox Tonebender, which disappeared long ago. I also had an original Arbiter Fuzzface which I bought in England in 1969 for the equivalent of, oh, 15 bucks. I sold that to a former guitar teacher of mine. Oh well...
my first pedal was a vox wah pedal. couple days later i got a fulltone fulldrive 2 mosfet. this was two weeks ago =D
Boss CE 1 chorus pedal... made famous by the Police and others. I still have it, but its "retired."
DOD FX59 Trash Master. At the time I thought it sounded really BRUTAL ;-)
Wow. Thats a Good question I never thought about!
Probably my Dunlop Jimi Wah. Its so old its still got the whole Dunlop line of pedals printed on the back plate!
1st was a DOD Envelope Filter/440 (Blue) 1980. It broke after a few months and its probably(hopefully) still in my parents attic.
2nd was an Ibanez TS-808 1980. I don't want to talk about that one.
Xmas of 95....DS1!
Late 70's - EH Big Muff Pi. I used with my Maya Strat copy and my little transistor practice amp - when the neighbors called to complain they thought I had taken up trumpet!
Lent it to a friend, never got it back.
Tube Screamer TS-808. Bought it in 1981.
Sold it last year for a very good price.
I must confess, I never understood the hype about this pedal, to me it was (and still is) just a good OD-pedal, not more.
Boos TU-2 tuner. Absolutely mandatory if you're gigging!
Mine was definitely a Dunlop Wah. Just the standard model. Started this whole mess!
mxr distortion + i bought new in "80"for 40 bucks.Man have times changed!!!
Dan Electro Cool Cat Transparent Overdrive (v1), ended up selling all my Cool Cats as I could never get on with the stacked knobs that faced away from you.
Digitech Screamin' Blues. Sold it after a year of playing.
Yamaha FL-10 MII Flanger. Seduced by the wildness of the effect and it had the most knobs, the sales guy really tried to steer me to a chorus pedal. Quickly tired of it. Still have it, still no use for it.