Guyatone Pedal Owners Club

Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by blakestree, Nov 27, 2018.

  1. blakestree

    blakestree Tele-Meister

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    I'm a Micro Series lover. I admit it. Here are my babies. All of them were purchased new.

    TZ2 The Fuzz 1999
    HD2 Harmonic Distortion 1999
    FL3 Flanger 2000
    OD2 Over Drive 2000
    VT3 Vintage Tremolo 2000
    WR2 Wah Rocker 2000
    SV2 Slow Volume 2000
    MD3 Micro Digital Delay 2007
    SS3 Sonic Shaper 2008



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  2. NorthenLights

    NorthenLights TDPRI Member

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    Sweet looking collection! Do you actually play them, or are they just to be lokked at? ;)

    I use the tube driven FLIP tremolo. It's the pedal that come closest to a true Fender amp tremolo. Really good stuff.
     
  3. RoyalBaby

    RoyalBaby Tele-Afflicted

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    I bought a WR2 for £25 and sold it for £125 about six months later. Crazy. Cool collection there.
     
  4. blakestree

    blakestree Tele-Meister

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    Thanks for the compliments, guys!


    Yep, I just gaze at them. ...and pet them.


    Please feel free to post up an image! My buddy just got a FLIP Metal Monster.
     
  5. ravindave_3600

    ravindave_3600 Friend of Leo's

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    MD3 delay here. A little clean (techno) but it makes an interesting addition to a cooking Fender amp. I like it!
     
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  6. blakestree

    blakestree Tele-Meister

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    Got a new one in, 2007 HD3 Hot Drive. One of the last four Micro Series pedals that were introduced, a year or so before the Mighty Micros came on the market. The different style knobs, also, distinguish it as an end of series run pedal. Also of note, this is my first Micro Series pedal directly from Japan, and not imported by Godlyke.


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    The best part, though? The super rare Guyatone button that came with it!

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  7. StratmanSteve

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    I love the Super Fuzz and its various clones including the Guyatone TZ2 "The Fuzz"

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