A Pedal a Day

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by tele salivas, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. tele salivas

    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    Over the next couple weeks I am going to post video demos here of most of the pedals I have left after whittling the bunch down from about 30.
    They include, but not limited to:
    • Dentone 1967 FuzzFace
    • Danolectro French Toast
    • Danolectro Fish n Chips
    • Danelectro Daddy-O
    • Danelectro Tuna Melt
    • BOSS Super Shifter
    • MXR MIcro Amp
    • MXR Phase 90
    • EAR Gristleizer
    • Heavy Electronics Radio Havana
    • Electro Harmonix Knockout Attack EQ
    • Electro Harmonix Satisfaction Fuzz
    • Arion Metal Master
    • Fender Volume
    • Fender Chromatic Tuner

    Hopefully, some of you may be interested in some of these, not to buy from me since these aren't for sale, but maybe you've been curious or on the fence.

    For the first demo I'm open to suggestions then I'll just go willy-nilly from there. Some pedals, I'll do pair-ups, like the MXR Micro Amp paired with the FuzzFace, or the Boss Super Shifter with about anything else, where certain qualities or experience reveals distinct benefits.

    If you have pedals that you've wanted to demo but for what ever reason, haven't, feel free to put them up!

    Thanks.
     
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  2. artdecade

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    Dig it.
     
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    I'll be looking forward to them. Great idea. It will be interesting, since I have a few of those and have always been interested in a few others listed.
     
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    czech-one-2 Friend of Leo's

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    Looking forward to the Arion MM and Dano Daddy-o!
     
  5. tele salivas

    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    You got it czech-one-2! Get it up in a little bit.
     
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    FenderGyrl Friend of Leo's

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    The Heavy Electronics Radio Havana thru the BOSS Super Shifter.
     
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    Lowbassnotes Friend of Leo's

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    The Gristleizer and then combine it with the Dentone Fuzz or the Phase 90 would be interesting.
     
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    Would like to hear octave effect on French toast + Fuzzface.
     
  9. tele salivas

    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    I like these combinations you all suggesting. I actually use the Gristleizer with fuzz and phase quite a bit, often with the Boss super shifter.
    Please forgive the delay, my laptops camera sucks--too slow, so I am going to plan two. It'll be up today.
     
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    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    Here's the first demo, the Endangered Audio Research Gristleizer (with Boss Super Shifter and MXR Phase 90). Noise! If you want classic rock or country, you'll have to wait a couple days. :lol:



    My phone went kaplooey, but I did what I could. Tommorrow's demo will be a live video cut of the ARION SMM-1- Stereo Metal Master. Doing some Iron Maiden, or Bathory, or something metal.:lol:
     
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    Lowbassnotes Friend of Leo's

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    Wow that's some wild stuff there, I love it! I'd like to try playing my old Casio synths through that thing, surely it would be crazy sounds.
     
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    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    Yeah, I think the Gristleizer actually does better with synth and keyboard. With guitar, at first it's like jump starting a wild jack-ass, trying to get something going, and then all of a sudden it's bucking and its a chore trying to stay on. Once you get it there, its a blast, but it takes a little experimentation. Best served as a co-conspirator with other pedals. One of my favorites.
     
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    A.B.Negative Friend of Leo's

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    That was cool! Not a pedal I would use often but interesting to hear. It gave me that uneasy feeling I get when I listen to Throbbing Gristle (not something I do often).
     
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    My dogs came running into the room with fur up and teeth bared. One growling the other barking. This pedal went from almost unknown to must have.
     
  15. tele salivas

    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

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    Cool, I'm glad you guys appreciate it! It'll make another appearance when I feature the Super Shifter and the Tuna Melt, get some cross tremolo patterns going.
     
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