#1
3 new pedals today, buddy stopped playing guitar so I got them for cheap.

First is a Dunlop Cry Baby, just your standard wah pedal. Funny thing is with the pedal engaged and the rocker all the way forward, it;s picking up some AM radio signals, doesn't bother me too much, but I can see this being a little annoying.

Secondly I got a Boss CH-1 chorus pedal. I have always liked the sound of chorus. This one does the job and I will definitely be using it while working on my solos.

Lastly I now have a Boss DS-1 distortion. Standard distortion pedal. Before I had the pedal I was just using my amp's distortion, which worked but was not footswitch selectable. Also a valuable tool to use to work on solos.

They're all in good condition and were previously used on a pedal board, which I plan on building one in the spring, dang Canadian winters starting in November.

#3
Hnpd!
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#4
nice
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#6
happy new gear day

If you're in montreal and one day you feel that your DS1 sounds a bit too harsh and digital,

this guy:
http://www.solidgoldfx.com/

does really good DS1 mods. I got one done and it cost 30$ and it transformed it into a new pedal pretty much.
#7
I wish. I live about 6 hours away from Montreal and with no vehicle, also not really worth it just for a pedal mod haha. Probably gonna pick up a nice bluesy overdrive in the near future too.