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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by bertramladner, Mar 11, 2015.
The old Keeley Fuzzhead. OD and Fuzz.........
I already made this decision once! Now you want me to make it again?
Barber Gain Changer.
Yeah, I'd keep the Rat. My Cry Baby is a close second, but I could make do without it. The rest is just icing on the cake.
My comp ... Took too long to find one I liked and I don't feel like looking anymore
Tough timing for me as I am in the midst of major pedal chain overhaul, so I'd normally say delay and I love my recently acquired CB Belle Epoch, but ... I don't think I could live without my CB 5F6 ... ever. At least I could put the amp in the bathroom if I need the delay bad enough.
Obsessed I am seriously considering Belle Epoch but then I found out about Echorec and I’m stumped. Do you know if those delays are analog?
I've been through so many overdrives but with a few mods this box trumps them all.
Neither are analog
That's a tough choice. I was just thinking, my Belle Epoch or my Topamga?
Preamps are analog, but they did use some DSP technolog on the delays. You can down lode the manuals from the CB website & they explain the design & development. I have both & it's a tough choice.
Fancy meetin' you here. Didn't check who I was quoting. Love those Catalinbreads, just got the new Talisman plate reverb for my vocal setup. It's pretty cool.
This helped me a lot!
If I could only have one, it might be a Russian Big Muff.
I'd miss the others greatly,though.
Ironic to see this thread the day after I sold all my pedals in an effort to get a couple eventide or strymon pedals.
Delay...I'm not that particular.
Don't be silly.
Right now it's the EHX Holy Stain. Very nice reverb, and I always need just a dash of that playing at home. It also has a volume control for boost or cut, and a tone control along with a bright/dark/warm toggle for a very useful EQ. I play it clean and don't bother with the OD or fuzz settings.
TC HOF reverb. My Orange will do everything else.
Assuming the amp has reverb, a T1M Touch Drive.