So...what pedals did you use on New years Eve?

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  1. Daddydex

    Daddydex Friend of Leo's

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    Same here minus the clutch.

    Dan
     
  2. Obsessed

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    Playing my new Grote Jazz box into my Xmas gift mini Big Muff clone pedal into VHT S6U. Under my other foot was our Xmas gift to each other ... Roland Kick pedal into a bass amp for drums. Enjoying my first P-90, doing my best impersonation of Jack White in Open A with a slide. :)
     
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  3. telemnemonics

    telemnemonics Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Hmmm, new years eve, IIRC it was either a Chicago stomp works big muff or a BYOC large beaver..
    Might have heard a chorus in there too.
    Could be there was some SUF civil unrest but I can neither confirm nor deny that that Russian civil war circuit was employed.
     
  4. KC

    KC Friend of Leo's

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    too lazy to swap around my pedal board so the usual: tuner -- Cali 76 compact -- Timmy -- Flint -- EPH-3 echo. Never switched over from the 76 to the Timmy -- I have 'em both set up with a fair amount of boost so one or the other is always on -- but running into a 15-watt amp (Bad Cat Cub) in a 1,000 seat room, I didn't need any more dirt. Reverb side of the Flint is always on, harmonic trem about a third of the night. Fun night. 82315434_2624415940973863_4135012732392964096_o.jpg
     
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    Just playing around with some fellas at a guitar shop.seemed like the ages went from 12 to 80 what a blast! I used all Danelectro Fab overdrive and a Chicken Salad
     
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    11 Gauge Doctor of Teleocity

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    I haven't been able to pick up a guitar since about Dec 26th or so, and it's killing me.

    I did some tweaks to an OD-3 yesterday, but haven't even had a chance to fire it up to test it yet.
     
  7. schenkadere

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    Unfortunately didn't play a note.
     
  8. JoeNeri

    JoeNeri Friend of Leo's

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    No pedals. Decided to plug straight in.
     
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  9. codamedia

    codamedia Friend of Leo's

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    Same basic setup I've used for 20+ years....
    Boost, soft overdrive, lead overdrive, slap delay, tap delay, tremolo, compressor

    For the past two years this has been handled in one neat/tidy package called a Helix, which also handles my amp duties.
     
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  10. noname_dragon

    noname_dragon Tele-Meister

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    DSC00352.jpeg 2019-10-31 14.52.52.jpg Here ya go
     
  11. codamedia

    codamedia Friend of Leo's

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    noname_dragon Tele-Meister

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    CP-1x is working great in my setup, into a BF Bandmaster. Full range tone, very quiet, variable squish... I have it set so that it doesn't kill dynamics but sustains nice for rhythm, leads and slide.
    Cheers
     
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  13. ICTRock

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    mostly the 250, rat, and the green reissue muff ... thinking my bax is going on reverb
     
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  14. twangjeff

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    Peterson Strobo Stomp HD
    Xotic SP Comp
    Ibanez TS 10
    Catalinbred Belle Epoch

    Carr Rambler
     
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    the usual boss sd1, OCD CHORUS AND DELAY. substitute pedals include the boss ds1 and od3
     
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    None!! We took a break from playing this past NYE after playing 10 years in a row. Instead, I took my wife out for a nice quiet dinner. It was nice!!
     
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