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Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by Hollandcaster, Feb 28, 2013.
I got a Indy guitarist modded Phase 90, Dyna Comp, Classic OD and a Carbon Copy. All great pedals.
I have a Super Comp.
I'm in with a MXR MC402 CAE Boost/Overdrive. Very nice.
Oh my. I've owned 2 Distortion II's, a Carbon Copy and a Micro-Amp.
I have an original (1980) Micro Flanger w/ the Reticon chip, love it.
classic od with switch mod
10 band eq
I have a super comp and plan on getting the modified overdrive soon
Blue Box for me! Although after some YouTube clips I heard today I think im replacing my Boss PH-2 with a Phase 45 soon too.
MXR CSP104 Script Dist+ and CSP105 Script Phase 45
Just realise that I also have a few MXR/Dunlop products: the Dyna-Comp, a DC Brick and the good old Cry Baby.
I have a first version Carbon Copy Delay and a Micro Amp. I've owned other MXR pedals over the years, too, but those two have stayed on my board through thick and thin.
1 - 1975 MXR Script Phase 90. The #1 King of all Phasers. This pedal has "Phased" out all challengers when matched up against it. Some pedals will not even work or turn on when placed down next to it. My Musician bud's named it the "Orange Monster" I got this pedal for free from a friend who had 2 of them back in the 70's. Still the best deal I ever got on a pedal. lol.
2 - 1981 MXR Block D+
3 - CSP Script D+ This sounds almost just like the '81 Block.
4 - CSP Script Phase 90 w/LED. I use this one for gigs now and it actually does a really good job, but of course not as good as the original '75 90.
5 - Carbon Copy Delay
6 - MXR/Dunlop Micro Chorus
7 - MXR/Dunlop Micro Flanger
Had but stupidly sold: Late-'70s Distortion+ / Late-'70s Dyna Comp / Late-'70s Flanger
Still have: '80s Power Converter / '80s Sustain
And more recently purchased: Dyna Comp / Classic Overdrive
I have an MXR Micro Amp and a Phase 90 (block logo). Though it is not recommended by the manufacturer, I found that opening up the Phase and adjusting the "phase Brain" as its called inside,the trim pot, greatly improved the warmth and depth of my Phase 90. Of course the manufacturer doesn't want you to open it up, cause so many people would probably screw it up somehow and they'd get all these returns. Just mark the present setting with a pencil if you want a fail safe before adjusting.
An MXR Micro Amp before a germanium Fuzz Face can be a beautiful, out of control mess. Like a battery starved, glitchy, -8-bit infused mess, when the Micro Amp is cranked, and the Fuzz knob is low. I have to put up that demo.
I've got a CSP104 Distortion+ and a CSP028 Phase 90, I love the script logo reissues. I have more MXR pedals on my list of pedals to get in near future.
I have the Carbon Copy and it's my first and only delay pedal. Don't use a lot but when I do I enjoy it. Sounds especially good with a little OD. Considered the BOSS at the time, but you see them EVERYWHERE so chose the MXR after demo.
Currently using the list below. My expereince with the dunlop MXR's is pretty good. They're relatively quiet, sound good, and reliable. However, I didnt get to experience the "real" ones...
Dyna Comp (Mod)
I mislabeled my Phase 90, it's the CSP026, no 028 (that's the Dyna Comp).
I bought a new MXR pedal today on ebay, the MXR M87 Bass Compressor. I want to get a script reissue Dyna Comp, but at the moment I need a more versatile and transparent compressor. I bought a bass recently too, I figured I should have one around, so I like any pedals that can be used for both guitar and bass.
CS Script Phase 90 Reissue
MXR makes great products at a great price.
Sold a micro amp, regret that
Sold a dist+, didnt like it