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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by northernguitar, Mar 5, 2021.
Yeah...this is the company I want to buy my pedals from....that setup must rock!
I’m sure their hearts were in the right place.
Amazon has a heart?
Looper before or after distortion....I can't tell....I mean I really can't from that picture...
Doesn't seem any worse than Chibsons, Chenders, or monoprice.
Bingo. Customer service must be top-notch.
Look closely at the pic...nothing to do with rip-offs. And FWIW, I think nothing is worse than Chibsons and Chenders. I'll accept nicking an old circuit, but not a rip-off clone, meant to deceive.
So wrong on so many levels...
Output connected into output? I must try that, must be a secret toan!
A new cable routing system invented by Amazon.
Maybe whoever set up the board was really trying but was out of their element.
I call that ‘unprofessional’.
...or else I won't buy it.
Actually I have heard some good things about those Amazon pedals. Not that I can remember them now, but there were some positives. At least you can get your feet wet on a certain effect to learn about what it is/does.
Yes...and when it breaks, you have a paperweight!
Looks a lot cleaner than if they had done it right, though.
Not to worry, it looks like the jack in the Looper output isn't plugged all the way in anyway.
Photographer set it up & got things wrong. I doubt when a photographer takes pictures of a plane...they could fly it. We're nick-picking a bit...& we guitarists never do that.
These are rebranded pedals already being made & sold all over the place under a hundred different names. Battery makers do this...tube makers used to this. GE or Sylvania tubes rebranded as Admiral for Sears. If I wasn't so lazy, I could spend the rest of the night posting pictures of OD pedals in green.
Out of curiosity, I tried looking them up on the Amazon app...good luck getting anything other than the delay pedal to come up on a search. Amazon basics od pedal, Amazonbasics guitar pedal, Amazon tuner...
I disagree. They offer no info on how to use these pedals. Some newbie following that setup would be screwed if he even got a signal to the amp.