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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by simonc, Apr 6, 2015.
Keelei tone workstation or 40 db germanium treble booster or pigtronix philosopher's king
I love the Dano PBnJ delay, has that dirty analogue sounding thing going, but with short and long options. Have the Fab Fuzz and it's a powerhouse!
Having said that, while I have been on a budget pedal kick as of late, am honeymooning with my Seymour Duncan 805 OD. I could likely do a gig with it, an amp, and the guitar volume knob.
Pedal? Oh is that the thing on ground that helps make my unoriginal riffs sound interesting. Nah no pedals for me. I embrace my boring sound.
Boss Blues Driver BD-2 would be fine for me.
With all the different pedals that I own, I would have to go with an Hermida Zendrive
Through the many different guitars and the many different amps over the years, there has only ever been one pedal that has stayed in my chain since I got it, so mine would be the Electro-Harmonix Small Clone chorus.
A boss dsd-3.
Can't live without mine.
My Manticore FX hylonome is quickly becoming the "other channel" pedal that I'd miss if I left it at home. It is hands down the best klone I've played with between it, the archer and the tumnus which moved fairly quickly from my board to ebay.
Neunaber slate... since it can be turned into a bunch of different world class delay, reverb, shimmer, flanger, chorus, etc pedals.
That or an Eq pedal since you can make so many different sounds with one.
Xotic EP Booster is my choice!
Source Audio Nemesis
As long as I had a good guitar, and a decent amp with reverb....I'd be cool without any at all. If I had to chose I'd take an old Rat. I played for many years (80's and 90's) and did many gigs owning only one or two guitars, a Roland JC and a Rat. Never got one single complaint from anyone.
AMT F1. Adds a great clean channel to my single-channel Orange OR15. Now if I had my dream multi-channel amp, I would say my EHX nano clone.
Way Huge Aqua Puss every darn time.
A nice delay, obviously. TimeLine, TimeFactor or a cheap DelayLab, you choose.