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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-15-2013, 07:50 PM Thread Starter
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Mandatory Pedals

Re-re-re-redid my pedalboard, and I have space for 1 more standard Boss sized pedal so I need ideas on what to get to fill the void. I already have a wah, tuner, TCE Dreamscape and Alter Ego (delay), Timmy, 2X Catalinbread DLS Mk III, and a modtone stutter/kill. any ideas on what I should get for the last pedal?
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post #2 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-15-2013, 08:14 PM
 
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Tubescreamer, serial # 666?
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Tubescreamer, serial # 666?
I can only afford #665 or #667, I'm not a rich man.
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I can only afford #665 or #667, I'm not a rich man.
<snicker>

And on topic, is there anything you need your rig to do that is doesn't currently? Seems buying a pedal just to fill a spot on the board is a bit of a waste.
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I'd say get a fuzz pedal.
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Or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e6-XkuSdDaw
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<snicker>

And on topic, is there anything you need your rig to do that is doesn't currently? Seems buying a pedal just to fill a spot on the board is a bit of a waste.

Its never a waste buying a pedal or any gear for that fact if you dont need it. I need everything :P
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And on topic, is there anything you need your rig to do that is doesn't currently? Seems buying a pedal just to fill a spot on the board is a bit of a waste.
Not that I can think of, that's why Im looking for suggestions. I'm not much of an effects guy, my first instinct is to grab another O/D pedal but maybe someone can point to something more useful.
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I just bought an old Boss Digital Dimension and its great....
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Phaser or flanger

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Get a Digitech iStomp and load what ever effects you may like to try on it.
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Wampler Velevt Fuzz
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Put this in there Cid:



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post #14 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-16-2013, 01:28 PM
 
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Try an EP Booster Cid...I put one on my pedalboard this year and it is one of the best things I have done to my rig...the EP booster boosts all the right frequencies...I always leave it on for clean tones because it does such a nice job of making clean tones sound richer and fuller and you can also use it as a boost for leads like you would a tube screamer. It also doesn't take up much space on your board...seriously, you should check out the EP Booster... http://www.xotic.us/effects/ep_booster/
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Xotic make some really rad stuff. I had a BBP comp pre-amp that turned my Peavey Windsor into a JCM800. no BS
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