Favorite Pedal

Six String

Moderator
Staff Member
Joined
Dec 11, 2004
Messages
13,566
Reaction score
1,137
Location
Warsaw, In
As a rhythm player, I use an interesting set of stereo chorus. The DR 880 has a very cool stereo chorus, and when properly set, the Danelectro Stereo Chorus adds a depth that is awesome. It is further enhanced when I play the 12 strings thru it.

I use a distorted/ dirty sound on those apps that need it which I have a number of them set in the DR 880. From lighter to heavy and about everything in between.
 

cybermgk

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 20, 2014
Messages
546
Reaction score
416
Location
Northern Illinois
I am looking into one of these. How is it in the recording studio?

It works well, no problems in my home studio. In fact that is really what I like/want it for/need, is for recording. A LOT easier than removing the hum in the DAW/editing/mixing. Tiny bit of tone suck, that is easily compensated for with a tiny EQ tweak.
 

Tobacco Worm

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 10, 2012
Messages
3,061
Reaction score
3,621
Location
I jumped the reservation!
Ah.... The Musket. :drool::bowdown:
Even the name of that pedal sounds just... well, Cool!:naughty:
Can't afford one. Want one. Trying to resist even to this day.
Gotta call 1-900-GAS-PASS and see if they'll talk me down from spending money I don't have!:laugh2:
 

mdubya

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 3, 2009
Messages
1,152
Reaction score
423
Location
western, MD
Maestro MFZ-1. It has been the cornerstone of my sound for more than 20 years.



I would love a Tone Bender and a Supa Fuzz. I will probably never own an original though.

Ramble FX and Farmland are in my favorites list.
 

VanDerchuck

Active Member
Joined
Apr 11, 2014
Messages
329
Reaction score
224
Ah.... The Musket. :drool::bowdown:
Even the name of that pedal sounds just... well, Cool!:naughty:
Can't afford one. Want one. Trying to resist even to this day.
Gotta call 1-900-GAS-PASS and see if they'll talk me down from spending money I don't have!:laugh2:

Go ahead and buy it. You deserve it. You work hard.



Did I just go Sedaris? Yeah. I think I did.
 

Tobacco Worm

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 10, 2012
Messages
3,061
Reaction score
3,621
Location
I jumped the reservation!
"Go ahead and buy it. You deserve it. You work hard."

Not me, I'm in too bad of shape to work anymore. I live on a policeman's pension so I starve most of the time.

Three things cops know about life's funding:

1. They're never gonna get paid enough for what they do or have to put up with.

2. Their kids and family will never have a new anything; car, house, you name it.

3. They never get enough to live on in retirement either!:dunno:

Now of course if someone really felt sorry for me (hmmmm, like that's gonna happen:hmm:) and bought me a Musket then this old worm would do his happy worm dance. :)

:hyper: «-- That's my happy worm dance, only I do it far slower!:laugh2:
 

Dave_Death

Well-Known Member
Joined
Dec 23, 2014
Messages
2,126
Reaction score
1,357
Location
Adelaide, Australia
Could be worse, you could be a 'professor' ... not many of them have a full-time gig these days, yet the universities and colleges go through the charade of praising them and pretending that they have much more status than they really have for the purpose of keeping them in the system and, more importantly, justifying student fees.
 

VanDerchuck

Active Member
Joined
Apr 11, 2014
Messages
329
Reaction score
224
"Go ahead and buy it. You deserve it. You work hard."

Not me, I'm in too bad of shape to work anymore. I live on a policeman's pension so I starve most of the time.

Three things cops know about life's funding:

1. They're never gonna get paid enough for what they do or have to put up with.

2. Their kids and family will never have a new anything; car, house, you name it.

3. They never get enough to live on in retirement either!:dunno:

Now of course if someone really felt sorry for me (hmmmm, like that's gonna happen:hmm:) and bought me a Musket then this old worm would do his happy worm dance. :)

:hyper: «-- That's my happy worm dance, only I do it far slower!:laugh2:

Sorry man. I'm almost tempted to build you one. The pots won't be straight. The led may not light. The switch may not work. Hell, like all my pedals it may not make a pleasant sound. But hell, that's why I keep some.
 

dcwave

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 21, 2014
Messages
318
Reaction score
372
At the moment, my fav is a JHS All American, and Hartland Analog Flanger
 


Latest posts

Top