#1
For shiggles (sh!ts and giggles).

I'm just trying to expand my tonal options without having to go buy another 2 amps or 17 guitars, as awesome as that would be...

Anyways, I enjoy playing jazz, blues, rock (pop-rock, alt-, indie, etc.), blues, attempting to play Scale the Summit and Protest the Hero, other splashes into metal, and modern folk like City and Colour.

I own a: Boss DD-6 (delay), Digitech Bad Monkey (OD), Boss HF-2 (flanger), HBE Mimic (delay), and a crappy Behringer Wah. I'm thinking that I'm mostly missing a reverb here, and maybe a compressor just to say I have it. Anything else you guys would recommend? I'm trying for 1 of every kind of pedal.
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#2
Either a tremolo or a phaser might be a good choice. They are both very practical pedals, applicable to pretty much any genre. Any particular budget?
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#3
Not really...Lets say $100. I don't need a high end vintage analog phaser, etc., but I would like something good. A players pedal. Also, thoughts on TCE Strobe tuner?
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2006 PRS CE-24
Mesa/Boogie Mark V
Voltage S212 w/ V30's
Strymon Timeline
CMATMods Signa Drive
TC Electronics Corona & Hall of Fame
#4
u need a chorus to really fatten up ur tone. check out the mxr black label chorus. thickens up the cleans real nice and really adds a little something extra to some grit.

to the tuner, i prefer either the boss tu3 (i owned it but it shit the bed a week after i got it, but i'm sure they've fixed any bugs by now) or the korg pitch-black, which i have now and works just fine
#5
PHASER!

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For the chorus, I'd really look at the Digitech Hardwire Chorus, for a reverb, what about a Dr Scientist Red Reverbator?
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#6
Maybe a better wah and an analog delay? A reverb is always fun too.
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#7
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For the chorus, I'd really look at the Digitech Hardwire Chorus


+1. Their chorus is really good. I also recommend their Reverb.
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#8
Whats a good looper pedal?
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#9
Looper - Boss RC-3
Reverb - EHX Cathedral
Compressor - Keeley 4-Knob


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-Boss ME-25 (Modded with gaffer tape and blu-tack)


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#10
yeah i might shell out for a better wah. but if you wanna have some good options something like a fuzz pedal might be fun. most of them can get pretty mellow and a fuzz is a really cool effect. but for modulators and stuff like that it's really up to you, but if you wanna check out reverb i've heard good things about the cathedral pedal, and i recently checked the new boss 63 fender reverb and it was pretty nice, same with the deluxe reverb pedal.
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#11
I sold the Big Muff Pi that I had before, mainly because I was a n00b, didnt know how to work it, and thus thought it clashed with my Traynor, but I'm not sure now. I would really like to achieve that clean Jazz tone, but thats more in the amp than in the pedals.

What I want is just a straight looper. Not a delay and looper, just a looper. Which kind of seems like what the RC-3 is. I'll check it out.
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Current Rig:
2006 PRS CE-24
Mesa/Boogie Mark V
Voltage S212 w/ V30's
Strymon Timeline
CMATMods Signa Drive
TC Electronics Corona & Hall of Fame
#13
As for a wah upgrade, I've heard great things about the Vox Cry-Baby Zakk Wylde edition.

Gear:
-Custom Frankenstrat (Now in bits pending a home-made Charvel So-Cal mod)
-Boss ME-25 (Modded with gaffer tape and blu-tack)


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