Choose my final pedal!

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Axegrinder77, Nov 19, 2019.

  1. reckless toboggan

    reckless toboggan Tele-Meister

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  2. eclecticsynergy

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    I always like to have a Fuzzface for its amazing volume knob cleanup - something no Muff type will ever give you.

    But if you're not up for another fuzz I'd suggest a Univibe pedal.
     
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    MrCairo46 Friend of Leo's

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    My band ( ok I ) was wanting to do Aerosmith’s Back in the Saddle. A Fender or Squire Bass VI would be needed , but I watched a guy on you tube use a Mooer Octave pedal to thicken his sound to play the riffs. The pedal helps thicken the sound on some tunes like Sharp Dressed Man, American Band and a few others.
    I vote Mooer.
     
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    Looks like a good place for snacks...maybe a box of pop-tarts?
     
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    The Rev used an octave pedal on sharp dressed man?
    Know which one?
    I have the old Boss Octave but never found a useful sound in it.

    Sometimes I need guidance using a pedal, though I'm pretty sure I'd nail my target toanz with a Miku in a hot minute!
     
  6. Shuster

    Shuster Poster Extraordinaire

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    No pedal board is complete without a fuzzy turdo_O:confused:

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    Seasicksailor Friend of Leo's

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    It looks to me that you now have room for a full size wah pedal.
     
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    IMHO I think one can have some fun with a vibe pedal
     
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    gwjensen Friend of Leo's

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    Or if you like simpler...
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    Just like good music sometimes a little space is ok.
     
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    I do! But the mini is so good. I could just spread them out a bit, and give myself more space, especially around the wah... But we all know that a pedal is getting crammed in there! Lol.
     
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    Octave/pitch shifter, like a boss ps6
    Or a looper.
    Or a modulation pedal that does all your chorus flanger and phaser effects.
    Personally I would get better wear from a looper.
     
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    I've got a ditto. Maybe I'll throw that on. I don't use it live. Just solo practice, but maybe it being on the board will encourage *more* practice!
     
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    If you have one, go for it. My band started to do how soon is now by the smiths and I kick on the looper for the slide lick. It makes you think of phrases and licks you can add in when needed, and they don't have to be on guitar either.
     
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    King Creole Friend of Leo's

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    Earthquaker Devices Hummingbird--great, choppy trem completely different from your amp's tremolo.
     
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    Vocal Processer.
     
  17. Axegrinder77

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    You mean like Richie Sambora and Jerry Cantrell! Nice
     
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    Another Memory Man... and get rid of that little wah for a Rat.
     
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    Uh, yes. I missed that. But yeah, they both have 'comp' in the name, but that's where the resemblance ends.
     
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