#1
hey people. I have a bit of money (more than a bit ) left over from buying my Washburn Lyon, so I'm thinking about buying a pedal. I like them all, but I really can't decide. I play a lot of surf rock, latin, oldies, and just normal rock....any suggestions about which on I should buy?
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Washburn Lyon- (my mate)- Maverick
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#3
uhh

maybe a slap back delay?
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#5
a multi-effects board is probly your best bet
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#6
a wah is pretty much a necessity if you tend to solo, otherwise i think a chorus pedal would sound pretty cool in surf type music
#7
I don't really recommend the Washburn Lyon pedals if that's what you're talking about. I have the distortion one and it's not that great...it hisses a lot and just doesn't sound that great.

If you want a distortion pedal, try the Boss DS-1. I've heard a lot of good stuff about them.
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#11
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I don't really recommend the Washburn Lyon pedals if that's what you're talking about. I have the distortion one and it's not that great...it hisses a lot and just doesn't sound that great.

If you want a distortion pedal, try the Boss DS-1. I've heard a lot of good stuff about them.


Bah, I hated my DS-1.

I still think the tremlo.
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#12
I would go with a multi-effects. Some can be exspensive, but others not so much. With a multi-effects you can get a lot of stuff into one unit, like distortion, reverb, echo, wah, pretty much everything and its helpful I find.
#13
If you get a Digi-Tech RP200A multi-effects pedal, then buy another wh. Because in my opinion, I hated the wah on it. That's why I have a Dunlop Crybaby 535Q Multi-Wah.
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#14
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If you get a Digi-Tech RP200A multi-effects pedal, then buy another wh. Because in my opinion, I hated the wah on it. That's why I have a Dunlop Crybaby 535Q Multi-Wah.


+1 for that

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#16
the Ds1 sounds too 80s for my taste. which is a good thing if you're into 80s music. otherwise, PodXT ftw
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