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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by rze99, Jun 6, 2021.
Wampler Ego Mini compressor
Way Huge Aqua Puss MKIII (slapback)
Wampler Ego Compressor
With me it's a MXR Dyna Comp compressor, DD3 Digital Delay, and a Lovepedal Tchula, that's about it for the most part. I have many other pedals, but use those for specific applications.
Mxr carbon copy
Mxr m300 Reverb
Into a pro junior
Boss me 80 and tc helicon voicelive 3. Very satisfied.
Comp and delay 99% of the time.
Don't have an "always on" pedal really unless I'm playing my CV50, in which case I use a clean boost to increase the output of the lower output pickups.
I have a few "often on" pedals: Obscura Altered Delay (in tape mode) and lately a Keeley Verb-O-Trem with subtle depth and rate to give some, uh... erm... organic texture. Something like that anyway.
8 times outta 10 I'm bypassing board or just using light delay.
The BOSS EQ-200 is always on. I use the Fender Mirror Image Delay in place of a reverb for depth and sustain. I turn it off for jazz but use it for most everything else.
I don't know who makes it, and I can't find it any where but it's an old pedal called "practice".
Other than that I use a compressor (currently the Wampler Ego compressor)
Delay sometimes extra reverb. Just enough to get a little extra sustain.
Fender really started kicking butt in the pedal market. High class stuff.
So wait, all those famous, iconic, and highly skilled guitarists are using pedals so that they don’t have to practice? Who knew?
Currently I don't have a pedal board specific to Telecasters but, when I did, it was a Keeley compressor. They just seem to work so well together.
Strymon Flint Reverb settings according to my mood. Cool Kat Chorus both at 9 O’clock.
Always on with all my guitars: Ponyboy Klon clone- it makes everything better! Gain at about 9 o'clock, output at about 12 o'clock, bass and treble all the way up. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a Klone.
None. I have a small pedal board that I use with the band, but nothing gets left on all the time, on purpose. Although, at our gig on Friday at one point I thought to myself, "wow, my guitar sounds great today," and looked down to see that my compressor was on (and probably had been for the last few songs.)
Sex Drive (buffer/preamp/compression) is always on, as is the HOF2.
You probably are weird (or something), but we overlook it because of your healthy appreciation for tremolo.
Besides...we’re all a little weird, too (or something).
Crowther Hot Cake+ JHS3 Reverb