The Boss Pedal Owners Club

Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by RockerDuck, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. dlew919

    dlew919 Poster Extraordinaire

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    I've got the Dm-2.1w which I love. The two that tenor me are the blues driver and the chorus with the blues driver being the main ambition.
     
  2. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    Boss Art.
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  3. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    Another art shot.
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  4. dlew919

    dlew919 Poster Extraordinaire

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  5. dlew919

    dlew919 Poster Extraordinaire

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    Fixed an error of autocorrect
     
  6. TelePrankster

    TelePrankster Tele-Meister

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    Nice KOLN Centaur.
     
  7. jjudas

    jjudas Tele-Meister

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    Only one. ME50
     
  8. GuildX700

    GuildX700 Tele-Holic

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    I've got the best vintage version of the OD-1 in dead mint condition with original box, & I'm the original owner.
     
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  9. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    Found someone with this board.
     
  10. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    Then found this one someone had.
     
  11. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    now someone else has a similar idea.
     
  12. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    My goal for a pedal board

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  13. JustABluesGuy

    JustABluesGuy Friend of Leo's

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  14. RockerDuck

    RockerDuck Friend of Leo's

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    You got a deal, and a steal.
     
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    JustABluesGuy Friend of Leo's

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    I was nice too, and asked the guy if the price was for the board only. He said it as for everything, so I closed it back up and paid quick!

    He doesn't seem to know how to do a quick internet search. He also had some very overpriced guitars available as well.
     
  16. russintexas

    russintexas TDPRI Member

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    I really, really like the trem/verb punch-ins. That's got me thinking.
     
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  17. Stingfan73

    Stingfan73 Tele-Afflicted

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    I have two RV-3 Reverb/Delay pedals, and I often run both on one board. They are one of my favorite essential pedals for me.

    I have a TR-2 Tremolo which is lovely in the right context. For price, flexibility, tone, durability, I don't think there is yet a comparable Tremolo on the market.

    I have a love/not so much love relationship with the CS-3 Compressor. I admit I may not always have it dialed in well. When it's good, it's amazing. When it's not good, I seem to end up fighting it, and ultimately turn it off.

    I had the DD-3 Delay, good but superfluous for my uses and owning an RV-3 with delay capability in it.

    I had an OD-3 Overdrive, and I admit I might not have had it dialed in well, or did not use it to its best effect. If I didn't have enough overdrives at this point, I'd reconsider, as I'm a better player now, and approach the whole guitar signal chain differently.

    I have a CH-1 Super Chorus, and I have its parameters dialed back to sound organic and subtle. I used a Fender Ultra Chorus true stereo 2x12 amp to mimic and model the sound and define the knob settings. It's in a good place now, even if it simply can't of course recreate the lush true stereo effect. I've set the pedal so that almost the only way that you know it's on, is when you turn it off.

    Metal Zone. A good paperweight. :/

    Boss makes some good, accessible stuff at good price points.
     
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  18. Telekasteri66

    Telekasteri66 TDPRI Member

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    I got Boss pedals CS-3 (Compression/ Sustainer,) Blues Driver overdrive BD-2,
    GE-7 (Equalizer)
    FBM-1 Fender -59 Bassman,
    RE-20 space echo
     
  19. Rich_S

    Rich_S Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I just increased the percentage of Boss pedals on my board from 38 to 50% by removing the Korg tuner and replacing it with a TR-2. (My Zoom MS-50G has a tuner built in.) The front row us now TR-2, CE-2, BF-2, and DD-3. My dirt pedals are non-Boss, a BB Preamp and a DIY Rat, and my phaser is a RI Phase 90.
     
  20. chemobrainkid

    chemobrainkid Tele-Meister

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    I bought my first boss pedal in1984 I can not remember which came fist the DM-2 or the flanger pedal I'm a fan. the damned things never break. humph!

    I may have mentioned before when I'm not playing slide guitar or playing Ted Falconi's greatest guitar outings as part of the 4 piece band FLIPPER, (East Bay Rules O.K.)
    I make harsh noise of a most distinctive bouquet, and after taste.
    I found the original Boss feed Backer pedal at an off beat bart station as agreed under the cloak of darkness during the off hours ,To trade for another rarity in my possession . The meeting was a successful event George Smiley would have applauded the trade craft.

    (I do digress please forgive me.) Last night with on a whim I searched for Boss FB‑2 Feedbacker and Booster Guitar Effect and found a new one at the infamous please take this out of my store and rid me of it it is a curse upon me price.
    Not the "This is a very rare Boss pedal" E-bay price.
    WHY ? A REASONABLE QUESTION .
    THESE DON'T, SOUND LIKE FEED BACK NOT AT ALL , BUT WHEN COMBINED WITH THE WMD GEIGER COUNTER the rip snortainest well beyond nuclear catastrophe dirt box ever made these pedals can be made to generate serious drones that can be easily in dare I say it ... HARSH NOISE in many many flavors and then, looped either live of in the bedroom studio.
    https://www.wmdevices.com/products/geiger-counter
     
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