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So I've got a bunch of gear since december, decided that I may as well create a thread about it...




Yeah yeah i know. I've already *****d this around before, but its so good that it deseves another mention.


2nd Clip in profile: Tried to emulate the warbled tape repeats from the Cloudkicker song Everythings Mirros, although looking back, its a bit too quick of a vibrato on the repeats.
#6



jk
Call me Dom
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{Pedalboard Thread Native: The Muffin Man}
#8
Don't worry guys, theres enough popcorn to go around for everyone!


Next up is this lil' beauty




Strymon BlueSky Reverberator.

Solid reverb pedal with a decent selection of options. Plate/Room/Hall modes and Normal/Modulated/Shimmer sub modes. Good sounding unit, though I haven't been able to compare (in person) to the Eventide Space or Neunaber WET.

Clipz in profilz
Last edited by bogg808 at Apr 17, 2011,
#9
hey you like delay and reverb?
Jumping on dat gear sig train.
PRS Hollowbody II / BKP Warpigs
Strandberg OS6T / BKP Aftermath
Strandberg OS7 / Lace Poopsticks
Skervesen Raptor 7FF / BKP Warpigs
Skervesen Raptor 6 NTB / BKP Juggernauts
Hapas Sludge 7 FF / Hapas Leviathan
Anderson Baritom / Motorcity Nuke BKP Sinner Anderson H2+
Warmoth Baritone / BKP Piledriver
Ibanez Rg2120x / BKP Nailbomb

Blackstar ID:Core Beam
#11
So here's one I've been raving on about for a long time now...



OKKO!

Probably the best sounding heavy distortion pedal ever (bar the Openhaus and possibly the Seventhheaven). BMT tone stack, level and gain controls. Also has a switch on top for mid frequency selection.

More clips: profile

Note: clips do not do this pedal justice at all (in person, it was less fizzy, although treble was around 8/10). I can try later to get some better clips, but these will have to do for now.
#13
I want some popcorn...
We've dressed up in our best...

...and are prepared to go down like gentlemen.

Quote by bogg808
The PBT is for those too TGP for the rest of UG.

#16
i have an extra bowl of poppy's
you can always take one from me
here
btw hnpd
Gear:
Peavey 6505 120W Head
Ibanez Rga32 (FOR SALE)
Laney Lv412a Cab(FOR SALE)
Soon To Get::
Boss DD20
Morley Bad Horsie II
Last edited by deepsal at Apr 17, 2011,
#17
Thanks
We've dressed up in our best...

...and are prepared to go down like gentlemen.

Quote by bogg808
The PBT is for those too TGP for the rest of UG.

#18
Gear:
Peavey 6505 120W Head
Ibanez Rga32 (FOR SALE)
Laney Lv412a Cab(FOR SALE)
Soon To Get::
Boss DD20
Morley Bad Horsie II
#19
Next up



Loop master true bypass looper. 5 loops and a master switch. Overall wasn't impressed with it as it induced some squealing with my dirt pedals. It would go away If I used a buffer but still....

Got sold quickly.
#20
So going back in time to around July/August last year



BJFE Honeybee. One of the most coveted overdrive pedals. Supposedly based off vintage Supro amps. One of the main features that get talked about is how well it reacts to the volume knob on your guitar. You can have the pedal gain all the way up, lower the guitar volume and get nice cleans.

Uploading clips in a tic, (slow internet )

EDIT 1: clip 1 added.
Last edited by bogg808 at Apr 18, 2011,
#22
Is that thing hand painted? Dear lord, makes me wanna do shots of Barenjager.
MY GEAR
Epi SG w/ Gibson Burstbuckers
Epi Casino
PRS Kit
Thinline Tele w/ SD 1/4 Lbs
Warmoth JM

Vox Nightrain
Marshall Class 5

Boss RC-20
DT EX-7
EHX Q-Tron +
EHX Big Muff Pi w/ Tone Wicker
Line 6 Echo Park

My PRS with SD P-Rails Build
#23
Quote by androidred0100
Is that thing hand painted? Dear lord, makes me wanna do shots of Barenjager.

Yes, it is hand painted.


second clop is up
#24
I envy your disposable income
Call me Dom
Quote by Dmaj7
I don't know how to count canadians, the metric system is hard

Quote by gregs1020
well if lbj pokes his head in here and there's no nuts shit's gonna go doooooooowwwwwwwwwn.



{Pedalboard Thread Native: The Muffin Man}
#25
going further back (before we return to 2011)

got these:



Diamond Compressor
Paul C Tim

Comp is just about the best thing on the planet. Running the compression low makes it much more of a tonal sweetener than a comp. With the compression up it can still get nice and squashy. Extremely low noise. No clips as it really is a matter of feel (have to play it to understand how good it really is).

Paul C Tim. Incredible transparent od. can't really say too much more.

Here's my review of the Timmy (smaller bro of the Tim). Only real difference is that the Tim has a footswitchable boost

Quote by bogg808
Timmy Review
The Timmy sounds absolutely amazing. As a standalone dirtbox this thing owns. Very nice warm and slightly crunchy overdrive sound. When the gain is cranked, the Timmy is still quite transparent. However, if you find that it starts to get slightly muddy, you can dial that out with the bass knob. This pedal has bucketloads of output with the volume and gain cranked. I could plug into the Legacy head and have the volume on that around 8-9 o’ clock, crank the level and gain on the Timmy, and the overall volume would be pretty close to full throttle on the amp with a bit more overdrive. My favourite setting for an overdrive sound is Volume: 2 o’ clock, Treble: 11 o’ clock, Bass: 5 o’ clock and Gain: 2 o’ clock. This allows the pedal to get a nice smooth crunchy overdrive while still retaining the character of your amp. This pedal also works quite well as a boost for the lead channel. If set right, you can use this to tighten up a rhythm tone, or to thicken up a lead tone. It also stacks quite well with some of my other overdrives, still allowing their character to shine through, but being able to give the pedal a nice kick up the arse to get some extra gain. When set as a clean boost (bass, treble, gain at 7 o’ clock), unity gain is at about 2 o’ clock. This means that the further anti-clockwise you turn this control, the lower the input signal will be to the amp. You can then use this pedal to clean up a dirty amp the same way the Homebrew Electronic Paul Gilbert Detox EQ works.

Clips in profile...
#26
Continuing on:



Boss CE-2B

Sounds good, close to the MIJ CE-2 I had. Only real sonic difference between this and the regular version, this one is a bit brighter (due to the changed capacitor). Got it for $60 in mint condish.

No clips, something i'm showing off later has similar tonal characteristics
#27
Quote by bogg808
Continuing on:



Boss CE-2B

Sounds good, close to the MIJ CE-2 I had. Only real sonic difference between this and the regular version, this one is a bit brighter (due to the changed capacitor). Got it for $60 in mint condish.

No clips, something i'm showing off later has similar tonal characteristics

Much for CE-2s. I have two of them now.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#29
Nah, I picked up an MIT one as well to A/B against the black label and because I sniped it for $70.

One will be leaving me.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
#31
So ima pedaholic. Went hunting on the bay for some vinatge/boutique pedulz and found this:



Lovetone Doppelganger. dual LFO Phaser/Vibrato. Loads of options/sounds avaliable. No clips as I traded it away to Greeny23 aka Tim for something else. If you want clips, ask him
#32
don't ask me. i wont give them to you. im a badass.


awesome pedal though.


mojostompboxes.com
#40
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false.

Negative.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Feel free to express yours so I can make an informed judgement about how stupid you are.
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