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Discussion in 'Pedal/Effects Owners Clubs' started by RockerDuck, Apr 4, 2013.
New Waza pedal.
Another new Waza pedal.
I like what I've heard of that dimension.....not exactly a chorus,very distinctive....
I just found this 1980 BF-2. It has the Black label on back.
I got this the other day. Nice condition and works nice, with warm texture.
As you can see from the back, its in good condition too.
Those Boss pedals last. I have been using the same Super Chorus and Super Overdrive for over 30 years. I also have the Boss RV-2, Tremolo, CS-1, that are good, but haven't used them much. Also had a DM-2 Delay in the 80's and foolishly sold it in the 90's.
This is the pedal from the 80's meant to replace the Wah pedal.
This is a used, very used 1985 MIJ OC2. Very innovative back then.
Here is my DS-1 collection!
1979 silver screw, skeleton switch, long dash
2016 "39th Anniversary" DS-1 BK
2017 40th Anniversary DS-1 4A
Nice collection! I love my two. I recently watched some DS-1 vs videos, and the lowly DS-1 compared very well with a Ratt and an OCD!
The first effect pedal I ever played was a friend's DS-1, back around '88. I went for 30 years never owning, or even playing, a Boss pedal. Six months ago, I bought that 2014 off of craigslist for $20, just as a nostalgic joke to myself. After years and years of struggling with many fuzz pedals, and being generally disappointed with overdrives, I fell in love with that little Taiwanese "junk box". I've been playing only boutique pedals for a very long time, but that DS-1 has made me a Boss convert. I'm now on my 14th! And, my collecting obsession has changed to focuses on MIJ pedals, in general.
LOL! I’ve never gone down the booteak rabbit hole, and I don’t even worry about MIJ vs MIT, but we all need a hobby. I’m sure that recovering from booteak addiction is a long process.
You forgot the “Blame Shifter”!
Here it is.
This is an Odd one.
Here's the rest of my poppets.
I have the ft-2. Which I think replaced that one. It’s a great pedal once you get how to use it. One of my favourite envelope filters.
I left one out.
How does the PH-1 compare with the other Boss phasers, the PH-2 and the PH-3?
How about compared to an MXR Phase 90?
I have the PH-2 and PH-3. I recently learned a trick with the PH-2, which is to set all the knobs to the lowest setting and work from there.
This is different from most Boss pedals that work best starting with everything at 12 noon...