#1
Good Day to you fine sir's,


I need some recomendations of pedals for the following effects,

Reverb
Chorus
Delay
Flange

Also perhaps an OD Pedal to boost the HT-5 (Tube Screamer?)


Nothing too fancy, just something to get the job done and sound good.
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Blackstar HT-5
Framus 2x12
#2
Reverb - EHX Nano Holy Grail

Delay - MXR Carbon Copy or Vox TimeMachine

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Last edited by Beffyyy at Jul 30, 2009,
#3
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Reverb - EHX Nano Holy Grail

Delay - MXR Carbon Copy or Vox TimeMachine


I do like the look of the carbon copy and I hear good things about them, however they are rather expensive I'm look more around 40-60 a piece.
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#4
Depending on where you shop, maybe an old DOD fx90 analog delay might fit your budget and your ears...
#5
if its too expensive to get a CC, and u still want it, dont get a reverb
and another choice for the delay are the new EHX memory boy / toy, didnt come out yet but theres so much hype they better be good
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Last edited by soloXshredder at Jul 30, 2009,
#6
What price do you want pay for each?

Delay - Modtone delay, TC Nova repeater, TC nova delay
Chorus - Modtone Aqua Chorus, Fulltone choral flange, EHX small clone
OD - Fulltone OCD, Digitech Bad Monkey, TubeScreamer, Dano Cool cat transparent od
Reverb - Malleko Spring chiken

Edit: ok, 60$ a piece won't get you really fa, save up a bit more, 80-100$ per pedals will get somthing decent. Also look used, maybe you'll find things (I've already seen a boss dc 2 for 40$ on craiglist, these go at at least 150$ on ebay)
Last edited by Sguit at Jul 30, 2009,
#7
£60 a piece not dollars I guess top of the list is a reverb, the rest can wait
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Framus 2x12
#10
reverb - dr. scientist rrr
chorus/flange - tc electronic scf(does both)
delay - dd-6/dd-7
delay is a choice for user, you must decide if you want a darker, softer, squisher analog delay or a bright, edgy, solid digital delay. the scf is just badass and very tasteful, it doesn't 'wow' until you hear your guitar in a recording and you go 'wow, that is very appropriate and i can still hear all my notes'. i am planning on getting the dr. scientist reverb in the near future, i used the nova reverb and it's great, but the power supply is very particular for it

edit: freakin, those damage control things actually have me a little excited. it has all the right looks: hand made algorithms(this usually means written on assembly code level), hi def audio throughput, no GUI, premium a/d d/a converters, tube buffered, with a to-die-for signal to noise ratio. this looks capable.
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Last edited by gumbilicious at Jul 30, 2009,
#11
Look for an used Boss RV-3. I am pretty sure it is a delay and a good quality (for Boss ) 'verb. Also the Line 6 Verbzilla has great reviews.
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#12
Yeah I've decided the rest can wait, Just looking for a reverb because its the use most.
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Framus 2x12
#14
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i would recommend a malleko spring chicken here its £140 but it great worth it if you love reverb

edit: heres a link to a demo



I love the sound of that, now to get my monnehs together, thanks.
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Framus 2x12
#15
good choice, it's nice to see a plan come together
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#18
for the chorus, look into tonerider if you want an analogue one. £60 on dangleberry music (they have an ebay store too, up to you which one you buy at). Very nice for the money. EDIT: they supposedly have an analog delay coming out soon too, but I obviously haven't tried it and don't know what the price will be.
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for the chorus, look into tonerider if you want an analogue one. £60 on dangleberry music (they have an ebay store too, up to you which one you buy at). Very nice for the money. EDIT: they supposedly have an analog delay coming out soon too, but I obviously haven't tried it and don't know what the price will be.

Will definately look into them thanks.
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#20
For a delay, you could wait for the new Electro-Harmonix Memory Boy or Memory Toy to come out. The latter should be about 70 quid, maybe a bit more. Depends what you want out of a delay, too - do you care more about options (ie. ability to loop, tap tempo, warp, reverse functions, etc) or tone (which is subjective - analog delays don't necessarily sound better than digitals)?
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Will definately look into them thanks.




tonerider's not your only option, of course, but it's worth considering.
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