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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by Recalcitrant, Dec 21, 2020.
For me, easily the SolidGoldFX Stutter-Lite
Definitely my TU-2 and RE-20.
Not a huge Boss fan, but maybe I am?
That one with all the dust on it that I can no longer identify.
BBE Sonic Stomp
Same here. Since 2002.
Not a pedal board, just that pedal.
My version 2 King of Tone. I got it in 2004 and it has survived every board line up change since then. My Microvibe that I got in the late '90's comes in at a close 2nd. It would have been tied but over the past year has been switched out a few times for a Phase 90 that is suiting my band's song list needs better.
MXR Distortion + that I bought new in 1979.
It was my first pedal and has never left.
Until last week, it was my EHX Wiggler. Alas it has been replaced with a Strymon Flint. All is well in the world.
The original CO-1
Barber LTD. I bought it from Eric at Guitar Emporium (aka GearManDude) around 2001. Any time it gets pulled off, it ends up back on like clockwork. I can’t get it to sound bad no matter the amp.
My Sonic Research st-200 tuner. I love that thing.
Runner up is my Mxr Microamp +. It is the perfect clean boost. You can goose the juice but also add in a little extra treble which let's you stick out better in the mix without an excessive amount of volume.
Bob Burt Clean Boost. So, so good.
LovePedal Les Lius.
A Thomas Organ Co. wah pedal (modded) that I've used since the 70's, and a Marshall Guv'nor pedal that I've owned since the late 80's.
J Rockett the Dude. It is a fantastic drive pedal that plays well with your guitars volume control
Boss OD-1. I still have the original box! Many overdrive and distortion pedals have come and gone, but none that can replace this.
Been using the same Tube Screamer since the 70s.
Probably my ‘72 Crybaby and my Ibanez UE300E multi-effects pedal. Best Tubescreamer around. Had it since ‘85
My TC Electronic Nova Delay. Not the most crazy sounding delay, but it does what it has to do very well, given me a lifelong addiction to a dual 1/4 + dotted 8 delay, plus it has the ability to store up to 9 presets. And presets kick having to twist knobs between songs on a gig EVERY EFFIN' TIME!
Also a Digitech Whammy. Would have been the longest effect on my board, but I've went through almost version of that effect, from the XP-100, WH-4, WH-1 to my current WH-5, so for an individual pedal the Nova Delay has it beaten.