Pedal you have that no one here has......

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  1. Otis Funkmeyer

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    Thomas Organ Stereo Crybaby Fuzz Wah

    Boss ROD-10 mini rack unit

    Malekko Plus Ultra 213 Fuzz w/all pass filter

    Jerrostomp Hot Fudge Sundae Fuzz

    TSW Expect Delays w/infinity switch
     
  2. czech-one-2

    czech-one-2 Friend of Leo's

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    Switchless Crybaby 95Q dressed up as a Vox.70's ALLSOUND mini fazer.
    70's 'BROS' analog delay, chorus and phaser. MIJ clones of Ibanez pedals of that era.The delay is a permanent fixture on my board.

    For DIY my VOX/Mutron clone and two footswitch belton brick reverb are also on the board and definately one-of-a-kind!
     

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  3. Jimclarke100

    Jimclarke100 Friend of Leo's

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    Got one of those. Sounds Ok except that I get major earth loop problems with it so it lives in the bottom of the kit bag and rarely sees the light of day....
     
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    Flux Liquid Tremolo
     

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  6. Big Tony

    Big Tony Friend of Leo's

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    I'm still using my Yamaha DI-01:

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    Earth Quaker Devices - Sound Shank

    Was a limited edition pedal I think around 100 were made. It also came in a bunch of different colors - mine is Gumdrop #27. I think these were made by EQD as a prototype to see what their next permanent fuzz should be. This was based on a Buzzaround. The sister pedal they released was called the Dream Crusher and was based on Fuzz Face (guess which got added to the production line :rolleyes:)
     

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    Wooooooowwwww.
     
  10. smoss469

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    Do customs count?

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    Or Maybe this one, never seen it on any other board, on any website.

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  11. jackleg

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    vox wah-wah made by ef-el...morley electrostatic delay..
     
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    YOU'RE KIDDING!

    I thought I was the only one!!

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  13. chunkyluke

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    Vox Cooltron Brit Boost

    Foot switchable treble/full range boost. I love it but I guess no one has it as it is as big as a pedalboard for a ridiculously small circuit (Rangemaster derivative) but I dig the big and obnoxious thing
     
  14. jefrs

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    Old Vox wahs are as common as muck ;) try a Colorsound Wah-wah early 70's (and still being made)

    Arion SOD-1 Stereo Over Drive (MiJ). A brilliant OD nobody's ever heard of. Still available.
     
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    I made a Rangemaster on the back of a 10k pot and fitted it inside a guitar. :cool:

    You need a box just big enough for two jacks, one pot and a 9V battery. :lol:

    Absolutely bloody enormous sound from such a piddling little simple thing. Way cool, must have.

    It really is a diy job, suitable skill level is anyone who doesn't cut themselves shaving.
     
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    Maybe a Foxrox Zim with multiple cards, a Wilson Dual Lotus 2 (great OD pedal; top notch build; sounds excellent), a re-housed AD9 delay from the 80's...
     
  18. Daddy Hojo

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    Aww man... Same here. I love it, but it hums too much. I wonder if the tube drivers do the same, but people overlook it because of the price and the Gilmour factor?
     
  19. cynic79

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    Ibanez Soundtank Classic Metal. Not exactly subtle, but a cool pedal if you want thrash.

    Arion Octave. Squirrely tracking, but a lot of fun considering I paid $10 for it.

    Not a rare circuit, but I also have a tweed-covered Les Lius clone that's pretty unique looking.
     
  20. rphunt2002

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    I have this, but mine is an Ibanez, and still works:
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    I also have Dwarfcraft's "The Internet":
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