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(Wrong forum! My bad. Mod please move it?)
Preemptive apology for crappy pics.
So, I was on a search for an OD for my birthday (which is tomorrow, since you're all so interested). I looked at Maxons, TC Electronic, Tube Screamers, and a whole ton of others before settling on this:



That Greenish-Yellow pedal is a Maritime Analog Valve Pusher and it sounds beautiful! It's easy as pie to go from just a tiny break-up to a nice thick, almost distorted sound. Not to mention that I love the colour. Keeping the Bass and Treble at 12 o'clock seemed to work well with every guitar. I can tell this is one I'll keep for a loooong time. I meant to take a guts-shot of it, but life goes on. I'll record some clips when I get home from school tomorrow.

I realized it'd take way to much time to put every photo on, so here's a link to take a peek at all my other blurry additions:
http://s1098.photobucket.com/albums/g362/superspecialguy/New%20Pedal%20and%20what%20stuff/

Photo 1: BKP Nailbomb 7
Photo 2: Same deal as above, shitty lighting.
Photo 3: Warmoth Carved Top 7 body with Black Cherry Burst on flame maple w/ mahogany back.
Photo 4: Warmoth Super 7 neck
Photo 5: Gibson Les Paul Studio (Plus?)
Photo 6: Sterling JP60 w/ broken high e
Photo 7: Fender American Special Tele
Photo 8: Up above
Photo 9: Messy-ass pedalboard shot.
Last edited by Soccerguy at Feb 27, 2012,
#2
You know you could probably stick your pedal power block under the board and save a ton of room. Also, happy early birthday!
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#3
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You know you could probably stick your pedal power block under the board and save a ton of room. Also, happy early birthday!


Thank you!
I have done that before, and it does have mounting brackets, but I don't have the right drill bit for that, but thanks for reminding me, I'll probably grab that tomorrow.