#1
As I have said before, my favorite brand of pedals is Electro-Harmonix for their real, generally analog, sounding effects. I especially love the Lil' big muff coupled with a ts9. So, what is your favorite Pedal/Pedal manufacturer?

#4
Digitech.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#5
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I used to be a big fan of electro harmonix, though it was a tight tie with MXR.

Now, I like Strymon and Carl Martin

I like you hate Boss, I do too.
#9
every manufacturer has good and bad, some more than others. I think boss wins for durability, danelectro wins for ingenuity, line 6 is great for experimentation. the list goes on
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#10
I actually don't use more than one pedal by the same brand, though 3 of my pedals, my strings, picks and strap-locks are either made by Dunlop or a company that they own. So, I guess that says something.
Last edited by pinheadslts75 at Oct 23, 2011,
#11
Danelectro wins for ingenuity? You realize most of their line is a bunch of cheap clones, right?
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#12
Quote by pinheadslts75
I actually don't use more than one pedal by the same brand, though 3 of my pedals, my strings, picks and strap-locks are either made by Dunlop or a company that they own. So, I guess that says something.

Well, if you want two different pedals, why not get them from the same brand?

#13
I like Earthquaker Devices. All of their pedals are awesome.
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#19
Quote by chadreed32
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Obviously doesn't know what a signature is.


Exactly the point.
I just find them so cute. I can't resist having a lot of them.
How do you do a signature though?
Last edited by DrewMeyer at Oct 24, 2011,
#20
Quote by DrewMeyer
Exactly the point.
I just find them so cute. I can't resist having a lot of them.
How do you do a signature though?

Go to control panel and click on edit signature.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#22
A lot of EHX fans here eh. They would have to be my favourite too along with Morley for Wah's/Volume because as far as I know EHX don't do wah pedals. But even more recently I have discovered VFE now I don't own any yet but they have some wicked pedals!
#23
toyroom pedals are all pretty much amazing

for "normal" pedals it all depends on what I'm after. MXR does a good job at compression, EHX has the Big Muff, Strymon has it's El Capistan, BOSS has it's HM-2

and then there's the arbiter fuzz face, the marshall guv'nor (reissues are for losers)
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Last edited by CJ Noble at Oct 24, 2011,
#28
Behringer
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#31
Electro Harmonix and Dunlop/MXR. I just love the analog sounds they produce. I also love my Ibanez FL9 too
#32
toyroom is good if you just don't care about your tone at all

I use strictly behringer products
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#34
Way Huge and Fulltone
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#36
My favorite pedal of all? Gotta be a tossup between my Ibanez TS-9DX and JD-9. Probably go with the JD-9 though, love the tone from it. My favorite manufacturer overall, Boss! Mostly because they have a pedal that covers pretty much everything and the quality is good, as is their warranty and service.
#37
Quote by DrewMeyer
I like you hate Boss, I do too.

Oh hell yes, I absolutely hate them!
I do however own a RC-2 and it used to be on my board, but it noticeably killed my tone by itself, even though I had 20+ pedals on it.
However, in BOSS' defence, I do have a ve-20 vocal processor that I really like, and their me-50 is quite nice. But that's it, really, I can't stand any other product of theirs... Even their Roland amps I can't stand :-(