Looking for a good Chime Pedal

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  1. KidRockabilly

    KidRockabilly TDPRI Member

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    Hi y’all.
    I’m looking for a regular sized stop box that will give me a Chimey sound.
    The only pedal that I can find is the Wampler 30 something. It’s kind of a large pedal and it cost a lot of money.
    I am trying to find a way to get that sound without actually going out and buying a Vox Amp. I play fender telecaster’s through either a Fender blues Junior or a Reverend Hellhound.
    I’m open to any ideas you have.
    Thanks
     
  2. richiek65

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    Joyo AC Tone, should get you very much into the ballpark and you should find them for less than $50. Designed to go straight to desk but also good going directly into your amp, fx loop if you have one


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  3. Telecaster88

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    How about that Joyo AC pedal... I've never used it, but have heard good things about it.
     
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    Those joyo knockoffs of the sans amp character series are great. I’ve played the American, AC Tone and British, they sound good direct or as a preamp/overdrive.
     
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    I have the AC and the American sound, both really good. I use the American into the PA at rehearsals to save lugging my amp, it sounds fantastic
     
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    I don’t know if they still make it, but I also use a joyo DI that has a 4x12 speaker sim which really pushes those over the top.
     
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    Boss made the Combo Drive, which was supposed to be Vox-like. And Catalinbread had a 'foundation-drive' pedal called the CB-30 as well.

    That said, I think chimey-ness is hard to add to an amp. It's either there, or it ain't.
     
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    Coppersound Foxcatcher gives a nice chime.
     
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