#1
The cool cat is cheap 60 bucks but its very veritile and has nice crunch.

Or the 150$ full tone.

Or would a ocd be the same as the cool cat.
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#2
The OCD is a great OD,(which is how i use it). With the HIGH pass and LOW pass it has two completely different boost sounds. with it on LOW it gets a ts9 type of push, and with it on high it pushes the front even harder, which is awesome! if you want that. I dont know the cool cat personally. I also have used my OCD as an emergency back up distortion. We had like two shows where we were supposed to have a full back line for one guitarist, and the other guitarist provided his own, and they had a better-than-ok amp but it was all cleans and no distortion at all. so i used that with high level but gain is never pass 3 'clock it gets all muddy than
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#4
bear in mind v1 was meant to be the "clone". Not sure if v2 is close to the OCD or not.
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#6
I like fulltone just didn't take it to that mix of high and low dist. Think Jimi Think thick dist not brittle.
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80s rock, classic rock, classic metal
#9
^ yeah but the drive is.

granted he didn't say which one he was looking at.
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#12
yeah i doubt it sounds identical. Or at least, if it does, there's no way I'd pay for a fulltone. The Cool Cat version is nice and all, but yeah. For the price.
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#13
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I like fulltone just didn't take it to that mix of high and low dist. Think Jimi Think thick dist not brittle.


Honestly Jimi's tone wasn't very thick. The sheer amount of volume he used was enough. If you pushed your DeVille you could achieve some great Jimi tones. I have with a Hot Rod
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#14
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Honestly Jimi's tone wasn't very thick. The sheer amount of volume he used was enough. If you pushed your DeVille you could achieve some great Jimi tones. I have with a Hot Rod
Jimi's tone was plenty thick, especially for a strat.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPs4gpN76eU