What do you all have in your goody box?

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  1. Voxman

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    And My Fav!''

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  2. Voxman

    Voxman Moderator Staff Member

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    Here's my most liked thou ........ but it does show my age!:squint:


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  3. dbb

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    Wow, Voxman, all I can say is "vintage pedals......hmmmmmmm good"
     
  4. gibsonguitar1988

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    The current setup:

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    The "toybox"/reserve where extra pedals stay:

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  5. smitty_p

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    How do you like your Way Huge pedals?
     
  6. oldrockfan

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    I am fairly lean on pedals but what I currently own is:
    bad monkey
    keely compressor
    boss 7 band eq
    boss tuner
    boss autowah
    mxr clean boost
     
  7. gibsonguitar1988

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    I absolutely love the Dunlop-made pedals these days. The new Way Huge reissues and the MXR Badass pedals are killer. Ever since Dunlop brought in Jeorge Tripps that company has been just getting better and better.

    I use the Green Rhino for a Tubescreamer flavor, blues overdrive. Red Llama does the edge-of-breakup Tweed tone. The Badass '78 Distortion MXR is my 80s pedal - it does a nice JCM800 impression. It's based on the Keeley-modded BOSS DS-1 circuit. The Badass Modified OD is a great booster. It can get pretty close to the Green Rhino tone but I use it more as a cleaner booster as not to be redundant with the GR. I believe it is based on a modded BOSS SD-1 circuit, probably Keeley, LOL. Both Badass pedals were designed by Jeorge. I also LOVE the script reissue Phase 90 with LED. It is super nice. That is also a Tripps overseen release. The block Dyna Comp makes for a great booster too but it's been around for ages and pre-Tripps. The script version however was overseen by Jeorge. But they don't make an LED version for it like they do the Phase, so I can't use it.

    I want to try the Pork Loin - I hear it's a great clean blend overdrive. I'd wish they'd reissue the Camel Toe - which is a Green Rhino and Red Llama in one box. I would love that. I also dig the Aqua Puss but it isn't versatile enough for me to use. That said, the Supa Puss they are working on would be and I think I will be adding that to the mix as soon as it comes out. 900ms Analog Delay with Modulation and Tap Tempo. The AP is just 300ms. I'm using the MXR Carbon Copy right now which is 600ms and gets the job done. I prefer the warmth of analog delays.

    But yeah, I'm a huge Dunlop pedals guy be it Way Huge, MXR, etc. Their new Tripps-designed pedals kick major @ss. The Joe Bonamassa Fuzz Face is pretty sweet. The Eric Johnson Fuzz Face is nice too, but I prefer germanium fuzz over silicon fuzz. They just came out with a new MXR Octave Fuzz for Slash, which I believe is also a Tripps design.

    Right now I'm badly wanting a Joe Bonamassa wah! It's on my list! It's also Tripps designed and has a halo inductor instead of the usual ones Dunlop uses.
     
  8. smitty_p

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    Have you ever tried the Way Huge Fat Sandwich? I'm tempted to get one.
     
  9. Tony M

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    I have a 17 year old (1995) XLR8 pedal in my old Chevy Astro....
    It has a momentum attenuator pedal too. That one activates pads.






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  10. gibsonguitar1988

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    I haven't tried that one... That's one I want to try, along with the Way Huge Pork Loin. Both are supposed to be great. The PL would probably be more up my alley but I hear great things about both.
     
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    HEHEHEHE! :applause:
     
  12. JHandley

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    I see this thread has been dormant for a while.
    Lets bump it up with MY version of pedalboards of the stars!!

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    Only things missing are a delay and flanger
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  13. sneakerpimp

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    gentlemen! that day has come...

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    i picked up the M5 when the price dropped to $129. added a looper and changed the knobs on it and the Malekko fuzz. sold my tuner and eq... but i just had to get an FZ-2 clone (ordered it friday)...

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    "Black Sabbath in a box on a budget"… just arrived at work… can't wait to plug it in tonight :dude:
     
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    So are you enjoying it yet??? I love mine! With the P90s it's awesome!
     
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