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

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by telefunken, Aug 17, 2013.

  1. ftgjr

    ftgjr Tele-Meister

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    I haven't seen any of these anywhere. It's a Deep Trip Hellbender Tone Bender MKII clone with more voicing options.

    I actually just traded it for another pedal recently but thought I should post it.
     

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  2. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    I have a Guyatone St-2 compressor that's really good. Never see anyone talk about them.
     
  3. Tonemonkey

    Tonemonkey Poster Extraordinaire

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    I have an MHP Colorsound OD clone ......

    I have a MHP SD - 1 modded a la Zendrive, which now sits alongside my ZD as my main rhythm OD.

    I also have a Pearl Analogue Delay .... AD - 08.... Which can't be too common out there.
     
  4. paulvcarter

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    It's not that rare but

    Fryer treble boosters - Brian May model

    Doxy Maxx pedal and Doxy Vintage pedal
    with speaker cabinet (emulates Brian May's Deacy amp)
     
  5. Rich_S

    Rich_S Poster Extraordinaire Gold Supporter

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    Loco Box phaser. Über-cool '70s graphics. If "That '70s Show" had a phaser, this would be it. I bought it for $20 on eBay.

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    I'm in the process of restoring it to original appearance. Right now, it's sporting Fulltone knobs since I had to replace the original pots, and the new ones had larger 1/4" shafts. I was able to find some knobs that look like the originals but have 1/4" holes, but I need to get them on there.

    In addition to the pots, I've changed the 9 volt connector and the stomp switch. It's not a pristine collector's item, but its a cool pedal. Tonally, it's a Phase 90 with a depth control and FET bypass.

    As long as we're posting one-of-a-kind pedals, here are my DIY steampunk fuzz boxes, a triangle Muff and a Fuzzrite. Knobs off '70s Heathkit 'scope, copper plates by yours truly.

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  6. boneyguy

    boneyguy Doctor of Teleocity

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    Probably my only contender would be my DOD wah pedal. I love it! Small, not much bigger than a typical Boss pedal and with the internal trim pots I can get a wide range of wah sounds. It can also function as a volume pedal but it doesn't have a very useful sweep. But I get nice 70's porn funk wah sounds from it!

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  7. Paul in Colorado

    Paul in Colorado Telefied Ad Free Member

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    George Denis Wah Switch Plus
    DOD FX-91 Bass Overdrive
    Maxon AF-9
    Jordan Boss Tone

    Anybody else have any of those?
     
  8. Mr_Mer

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    Did you say rare or useless (a good reason for being rare)

    Boss PSM-5 Power Supply and Master Switch
     
  9. Lowbassnotes

    Lowbassnotes Friend of Leo's

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    Danelectro Blue Paisley Pure Drive, supposedly only sold in the UK.

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  10. studio1087

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    DOD Juice Box.

    It was the Bad Monkey before there was a Bad Monkey.

    Green and Gold. Looks like a Green Bay Packer pedal.

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  11. Tonemonkey

    Tonemonkey Poster Extraordinaire

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    So a 60's pedal, it generally under performs, but recently came good?
     
  12. purpletele

    purpletele Friend of Leo's

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    That's the one I was going to post. I LOVE the sound of that thing. Lots of really usable sounds that actually cut through the mix and don't get too buzzy or fizzy. Unfortunately the mid boost/cut mini toggle broke off on mine so I rarely use it anyone. I can switch it with a needle, but it doesn't do well on my board because of that. It's a shame too, such a great pedal.

    I got mine at a guitar center in DC when they first came out.
     
  13. grange45

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    Just kidding.
     
  14. Lowbassnotes

    Lowbassnotes Friend of Leo's

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    Purpletele I leave that little toggle on boost 99% of the time and also the single/humbuck knob on single coil. I maybe flick them over once in a while just to hear the different settings. You might want to get a new toggle soldered in there if you like the pedal, I like mine and had never seen one before I got it. Dano would be smart to reissue them IMO, both the blue and the black model.
     
  15. Marshallfender

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    Haven't seen many off these around.....

    70's Made in Italy Wah Baby
    70's Dallas Music Industries Fuzz Face
     

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  16. Tee1

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    I designed the artwork for this one.
     

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  17. blotchard

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    I've only seen one other guy on another forum that has one of these.
    I believe that they're discontinued now, TWA Little Dipper...

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  18. JHVH!

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    Very few people really have pedals that no one else has, unless
    it's custom. And even then, it's probably a clone, which means
    you only have an enclosure no one else has.
     
  19. regularslinky

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    I've got one of the first Reverend Drivetrains - handed the cash to Joe Naylor himself at a guitar show. My favorite dirt pedal.
     
  20. Bill

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