#1
Ok after extensive research and listening, the Tonebender style fuzz sounds best to my ears. I know D.A.M. is king but there is no way I want to pay that much for a pedal. I am trying to work a deal for a Skinpimp MKIII but my funds are tight. What other Tonebender/MK II or III type pedals are out there that sound good and wont rip the guts out of the wallet! I know of one the Earthquaker Devices Tone Reaper, what else can you guys come up with.
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ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 VB
Epiphone Negative G-400 SG
Jackson Dinky
Custom Explorer
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CEC Amplification Suckerpunch 15
Catalinbread DLS v2
Humphrey Audio Slo/Diezel mod MT-2
Monsterpiece NPN/Classic
#4
I just got a MJM Brit Bender (2 knob version), and it sounds pretty good. Although to my ears isn't the most authentic sounding tonebender clone.

I would recommend the Throbak as well. Or take a look at Monsterpiece pedals, they are handmade and dont break the bank.
#5
Quote by Fly-By-Night
I just got a MJM Brit Bender (2 knob version), and it sounds pretty good. Although to my ears isn't the most authentic sounding tonebender clone.

I would recommend the Throbak as well. Or take a look at Monsterpiece pedals, they are handmade and dont break the bank.

I've actually spoken with Richard from Monsterpiece about his NPN.
Gear-
ESP LTD Deluxe EC-1000 VB
Epiphone Negative G-400 SG
Jackson Dinky
Custom Explorer
Custom V(being built)
CEC Amplification Suckerpunch 15
Catalinbread DLS v2
Humphrey Audio Slo/Diezel mod MT-2
Monsterpiece NPN/Classic
Last edited by 1ArmyGuitar at Jul 14, 2010,
#6
http://www.jmiamplification.com/

JMI do a couple of tone bender clones.
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#7
Go on to thegearpage.net and hunt out Lumpy's Tone Shop (Tommy) He'll do you one, great quality and decent prices.
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