#1
What I already have is:
-wah
-Visual sound H20 (Chorus and Echo)
-Route 66 (overdrive based on tubescreamer and compression)

Now what I want more is a phaser and a big muff and something to be creative with octaves, I thought about a EHX POG.

everythings allright, 'till I found out that there exist something as "Buildyourownclone.com" and I'm very exited about that.

My question is really luxury:

as they offer 4 pedals for the price of 3 for christmas I don't know which to choose

obviously I'll get the Large beaver for the big muff
and the royal phaser to have a phaser

then I have 2 pedals more to choose:
considerations are:
-Leeds fuzz (but then I have 4 overdrives (my amp got one too))
-the 10-band EQ, but that's out of stock
-Triboost: but I don't know what's the point of this pedal
-envelope filter, because it's so cool

what i'm not interesting is: flanger, tremolo and reverb (because it's too boring)

all other pedals may be considerable if someone tells me a use for it

if you have recommendations on other pedals of BYOC, make sure to lett me know!
i'm a noob at effects so I don't know the use of the not so common pedals.

here you can see them all:
http://www.buildyourownclone.com/filter440.html

Thank you so much for reading this all, I only got 3 more days to place my order, so don't wait to reply
Last edited by Widouvin at Dec 21, 2009,
#4
Well make sure you know what your doing with these.

I'd get the confidence booster they sell so you can have something easy to start with, and i'd also pick up the EQ pedal.

Also don't buy pedals for the point of buying them, thats just wasting money.

By the way what amp do you have?
Gear:
Gibson SG Special Faded
Marshall JCM2000 DSL 401
#5
Do you know how to solder and stuff? They are kinda a pain in the butt to build. I never had much patience for those big lego kits much less 57 doo dads that need to be soldered to a circuit board.
Last edited by Ruff Stuff at Dec 21, 2009,
#6
What type of music do you play?
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Highway One Telecaster
Dean Evo
Mesa F-50
Laney GH50L
Vox AC30 C2
Ampeg V2
pedals
#7
my dad would love to solder it for me, and he knows how, no problem.
I Have a Hughes and Kettner Stalemate with a 2X12 marshall cab under it.

Problem is that the EQ pedal won't come in stock before the add expires,...

I play really everything, from jazz to heavy metal.
Last edited by Widouvin at Dec 21, 2009,
#8
Quote by Major Sparky
Well make sure you know what your doing with these.

I'd get the confidence booster they sell so you can have something easy to start with, and i'd also pick up the EQ pedal.

Also don't buy pedals for the point of buying them, thats just wasting money.

By the way what amp do you have?

first time customers get one free.

TS, look into the Armstrong Twin. It's an Orange Squeezer compressor and a green ringer octave pedal built into one.

this is a good demo of it. you don't hear the compressor as much, but you can hear the ringer really easily once he turns it on (about 2:47).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8lMJG_M3zM
Quote by patriotplayer90
Lolz that guy is a noob.

Egnater
Leave it on the press, Depress Depress Taboot Taboot.
#10
oh no, forget it, they don't ship outside the USA, so the christmas deal doesn't count if you buy it in Europe and for example the Large beaver costs 20 euro more than a big muff Pi new and it's really easy to find one second hand for 50 euro or smt.

What a pity, I was really looking forward to writing on my own made pedals

But I thank you so much for your answers, Can someone just tell me the use of booster pedals?