#1
ok so so far i have a wah, an overdrive, a distortion, a fuzz and a treble booster, and ill be getting a delay pedal, and possibly a univibe pedal. are there any other effects i should have on my board? i mainly wanna play textural stuff ala u2 or alot of alternative type tones like RHCP, pearl jam, etc, but i dont see myself buying seperate mod pedals like flanger or phaser, but im thinking i may ant a chorus. what are some good all in one pedals, like i know the memory man has vibe and chorus too.
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#2
A nice delay pedal like a MXR carbon copy? or a chorus pedal like the EHX Small Clone is nice, i like it a lot.
#3
It sounds like you're doing good for now, I wouldn't add too much in case you find that you don't use those pedals. Don't forget a tuner pedal though.
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#4
whats your current equipment? i might be able suggest better gear if you want. and are you following a specific budget? and i second the tuner pedal.
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#5
whats a good reliable inexpensive tuner pedal? i like the look of the guyatone mini since its so small. right now im aplying a gibson les paul standard through a marshall jtm 30. my current effects are a clyde mccoy vox wah, a us big muff, a bbe trble booster, a mxr distortion III and mxr distortion + ( i also really want a fulltone fulldrive)
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#6
the korg pitchblack is a great pedal tuner and it's $90 maybe $40 if you go used.
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#9
I can say that a chorus pedal is always fun.
You don't use it all the time, but sometimes just a little chorus adds colour in your rhythms, or a nice amount makes your sound more dinamic... It's very handy if you arpeggiate much...

As far as the tuner goes, i'd say check the Boss TU-2. It's not cheap at all, but it's a really good tuner pedal.
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#10
yeah, i was thinking eventually maybe a delay, chorus, tuner, looper, and whammy
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#11
+1 for the Korg Pitchblack, it's more accurate than the Boss TU-2. Sounds like you've got a nice collection of pedals!
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#12
thanks ill look into it. does anyone have experience wih the guyatone tuner? it looks really nice and small
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