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Basically think of a type of Pedal (Stompbox, Twin pedal, Multi Effects Processor etc.), then what effects it has or what it does, then give it a name, Or think of a Pedal that already has been made and a modification you would like to see done to it.

Mine would be a pedal that when connected it made your guitar sound perfectly in tune all the time (no matter how out of tune your guitar was), and you could change the type of tuning (standard, drop-d, open-d etc.) that you heard by just switching between the different types. Its extremely lazy i know but it could help you so that you never have to tune your guitar at a gig again. I would probably call it the PT (Perfect Tuner).
 

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NEW AND IMPROVED EFFECTS PEDALS FOR MUSICIANS

Time distortion: Makes guitar solos seem longer.

Blame shifter: Shifts the pitch of mistakes down one octave so that
the audience thinks it was the bass player.

Depander: Filters out pop cover songs.

Active Pickups: Amplifies "signals" sent to attractive audience members.

Fluff Box: Filters out excessive musical substance.

Phaser: Phases out un-wanted band members without them knowing.

Low capacatance device: Makes low audience numbers appear like a full
house.

Noise eliminator: Sprays Super Glue over the drummers arms.

Noise gate: Automatically shuts the mics off over the drum kit during
a guitar solo.

Rehash: Stores and plays back your favorite riffs constantly and forever.

Feedback Eliminator: Drowns out "constructive criticism."

Band Pass Filter: Eliminates sexual advances between band members.

Depressor: Changes any chord to E minor.

Paralytic Equalizer: Makes you as good as other guitarists by
injecting them with a bottle of Jack Daniels.

Re-mixer: Re-arranges perfectly good songs so they sound different but
are exactly the same.

Pitch shifter: Makes the rhythm player's request for more lead work
sound like he can actually play.

TS-1 (Talent Stretcher): All the above effects in one convenient
pedal-pack.

Cry-Baby Wah-Wah: Makes the guitar truly sound like its master.

Choruckus: Thickens sounds by adding successive layers of hiss and noise.

Ring Modulator: Subtly converts wedding-rings into pinky-rings when in
presence of sexy audience members.

Trouble-O: Changes the relative volume of your instrument so that you
can't hear it clearly anymore.

De-esser: Gives vintage down-trodden slave effect.

Bottle-neck slide: Gives one the ability to play instrument while
drinking beer, emphasizing "pro" capabilities.

Echo: Takes mundane lyrics and turns them into a Greek tragedy.

Nose-gate: Safety-device to keep fans from getting too close to your
stage effects.

Flannel-ger: Makes instruments sound like 1992-1994.

Hammy-bar: Used to help guitarists make difficult transition from
success to superstardom.

Slap-back delay: Adds/subtracts time needed to yield a complimentary
phase.

Reverboration: Ominizes weak vocals.

Pop-garde: New effect that turns simple little ditties into critically
acclaimed hymns-for-a-generation.

Dilettante-Delay: Tricks audience from seeing though inadequate
musicianship by adding sheen to musician's sound.

Grand Funk Equalizer: Makes everyone sound like an American Band.

NEW! Bass Blame Shifter: Removes sustain from all your clams so that
the audience thinks it was the drummer.

NEW! EgoPlex: Makes you sound louder in your monitor mix.

NEW! CryBaby: Makes rhythm guitarists happy they don't get to solo.
 

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no pedals at all , the best pedal for me is not needing one because i have an amp that gets me the tone i want .

seriously i guess one that could do everything well and not sound overly digital or make the sound become to processed, so i guess a multi-fx unit that is durable , transperant and user friendly . I'd call it the omni-fx .
 

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NEW AND IMPROVED EFFECTS PEDALS FOR MUSICIANS

Time distortion: Makes guitar solos seem longer.

Blame shifter: Shifts the pitch of mistakes down one octave so that
the audience thinks it was the bass player.

Depander: Filters out pop cover songs.

Active Pickups: Amplifies "signals" sent to attractive audience members.

Fluff Box: Filters out excessive musical substance.

Phaser: Phases out un-wanted band members without them knowing.

Low capacatance device: Makes low audience numbers appear like a full
house.

Noise eliminator: Sprays Super Glue over the drummers arms.

Noise gate: Automatically shuts the mics off over the drum kit during
a guitar solo.

Rehash: Stores and plays back your favorite riffs constantly and forever.

Feedback Eliminator: Drowns out "constructive criticism."

Band Pass Filter: Eliminates sexual advances between band members.

Depressor: Changes any chord to E minor.

Paralytic Equalizer: Makes you as good as other guitarists by
injecting them with a bottle of Jack Daniels.

Re-mixer: Re-arranges perfectly good songs so they sound different but
are exactly the same.

Pitch shifter: Makes the rhythm player's request for more lead work
sound like he can actually play.

TS-1 (Talent Stretcher): All the above effects in one convenient
pedal-pack.

Cry-Baby Wah-Wah: Makes the guitar truly sound like its master.

Choruckus: Thickens sounds by adding successive layers of hiss and noise.

Ring Modulator: Subtly converts wedding-rings into pinky-rings when in
presence of sexy audience members.

Trouble-O: Changes the relative volume of your instrument so that you
can't hear it clearly anymore.

De-esser: Gives vintage down-trodden slave effect.

Bottle-neck slide: Gives one the ability to play instrument while
drinking beer, emphasizing "pro" capabilities.

Echo: Takes mundane lyrics and turns them into a Greek tragedy.

Nose-gate: Safety-device to keep fans from getting too close to your
stage effects.

Flannel-ger: Makes instruments sound like 1992-1994.

Hammy-bar: Used to help guitarists make difficult transition from
success to superstardom.

Slap-back delay: Adds/subtracts time needed to yield a complimentary
phase.

Reverboration: Ominizes weak vocals.

Pop-garde: New effect that turns simple little ditties into critically
acclaimed hymns-for-a-generation.

Dilettante-Delay: Tricks audience from seeing though inadequate
musicianship by adding sheen to musician's sound.

Grand Funk Equalizer: Makes everyone sound like an American Band.

NEW! Bass Blame Shifter: Removes sustain from all your clams so that
the audience thinks it was the drummer.

NEW! EgoPlex: Makes you sound louder in your monitor mix.

NEW! CryBaby: Makes rhythm guitarists happy they don't get to solo.
I'll take one unit of each of the above.
 

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NEW AND IMPROVED EFFECTS PEDALS FOR MUSICIANS

Time distortion: Makes guitar solos seem longer.

Blame shifter: Shifts the pitch of mistakes down one octave so that
the audience thinks it was the bass player.

Depander: Filters out pop cover songs.

Active Pickups: Amplifies "signals" sent to attractive audience members.

Fluff Box: Filters out excessive musical substance.

Phaser: Phases out un-wanted band members without them knowing.

Low capacatance device: Makes low audience numbers appear like a full
house.

Noise eliminator: Sprays Super Glue over the drummers arms.

Noise gate: Automatically shuts the mics off over the drum kit during
a guitar solo.

Rehash: Stores and plays back your favorite riffs constantly and forever.

Feedback Eliminator: Drowns out "constructive criticism."

Band Pass Filter: Eliminates sexual advances between band members.

Depressor: Changes any chord to E minor.

Paralytic Equalizer: Makes you as good as other guitarists by
injecting them with a bottle of Jack Daniels.

Re-mixer: Re-arranges perfectly good songs so they sound different but
are exactly the same.

Pitch shifter: Makes the rhythm player's request for more lead work
sound like he can actually play.

TS-1 (Talent Stretcher): All the above effects in one convenient
pedal-pack.

Cry-Baby Wah-Wah: Makes the guitar truly sound like its master.

Choruckus: Thickens sounds by adding successive layers of hiss and noise.

Ring Modulator: Subtly converts wedding-rings into pinky-rings when in
presence of sexy audience members.

Trouble-O: Changes the relative volume of your instrument so that you
can't hear it clearly anymore.

De-esser: Gives vintage down-trodden slave effect.

Bottle-neck slide: Gives one the ability to play instrument while
drinking beer, emphasizing "pro" capabilities.

Echo: Takes mundane lyrics and turns them into a Greek tragedy.

Nose-gate: Safety-device to keep fans from getting too close to your
stage effects.

Flannel-ger: Makes instruments sound like 1992-1994.

Hammy-bar: Used to help guitarists make difficult transition from
success to superstardom.

Slap-back delay: Adds/subtracts time needed to yield a complimentary
phase.

Reverboration: Ominizes weak vocals.

Pop-garde: New effect that turns simple little ditties into critically
acclaimed hymns-for-a-generation.

Dilettante-Delay: Tricks audience from seeing though inadequate
musicianship by adding sheen to musician's sound.

Grand Funk Equalizer: Makes everyone sound like an American Band.

NEW! Bass Blame Shifter: Removes sustain from all your clams so that
the audience thinks it was the drummer.

NEW! EgoPlex: Makes you sound louder in your monitor mix.

NEW! CryBaby: Makes rhythm guitarists happy they don't get to solo.
Cid, You sure got too much time in you hand...
 

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I must say I'm quite happy with my Zoom G9.2tt...
However, there are a few things that could still be improved...
1) Add an extra eq-stage in front of the preamp.
2) Allow the settings for the twin tubes to be stored as part of the patch.
3) Seamless patch change.
4) Make the position of the external loop configurable in the chain (or at least pre or post preamp), so that you can use a stompbox or ampmodel to boost an external preamp/effect.
5) Upgrade the USB interface so it supports 24/96 recording.

And ofcourse I could probably also think of some ampmodels or effects that could be included... But well, it's just the more the better, they should just aim to model every amp and effect ever made in the history of music :)
 

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NEW AND IMPROVED EFFECTS PEDALS FOR MUSICIANS

Time distortion: Makes guitar solos seem longer.

Blame shifter: Shifts the pitch of mistakes down one octave so that
the audience thinks it was the bass player.

Depander: Filters out pop cover songs.

Active Pickups: Amplifies "signals" sent to attractive audience members.

Fluff Box: Filters out excessive musical substance.

Phaser: Phases out un-wanted band members without them knowing.

Low capacatance device: Makes low audience numbers appear like a full
house.

Noise eliminator: Sprays Super Glue over the drummers arms.

Noise gate: Automatically shuts the mics off over the drum kit during
a guitar solo.

Rehash: Stores and plays back your favorite riffs constantly and forever.

Feedback Eliminator: Drowns out "constructive criticism."

Band Pass Filter: Eliminates sexual advances between band members.

Depressor: Changes any chord to E minor.

Paralytic Equalizer: Makes you as good as other guitarists by
injecting them with a bottle of Jack Daniels.

Re-mixer: Re-arranges perfectly good songs so they sound different but
are exactly the same.

Pitch shifter: Makes the rhythm player's request for more lead work
sound like he can actually play.

TS-1 (Talent Stretcher): All the above effects in one convenient
pedal-pack.

Cry-Baby Wah-Wah: Makes the guitar truly sound like its master.

Choruckus: Thickens sounds by adding successive layers of hiss and noise.

Ring Modulator: Subtly converts wedding-rings into pinky-rings when in
presence of sexy audience members.

Trouble-O: Changes the relative volume of your instrument so that you
can't hear it clearly anymore.

De-esser: Gives vintage down-trodden slave effect.

Bottle-neck slide: Gives one the ability to play instrument while
drinking beer, emphasizing "pro" capabilities.

Echo: Takes mundane lyrics and turns them into a Greek tragedy.

Nose-gate: Safety-device to keep fans from getting too close to your
stage effects.

Flannel-ger: Makes instruments sound like 1992-1994.

Hammy-bar: Used to help guitarists make difficult transition from
success to superstardom.

Slap-back delay: Adds/subtracts time needed to yield a complimentary
phase.

Reverboration: Ominizes weak vocals.

Pop-garde: New effect that turns simple little ditties into critically
acclaimed hymns-for-a-generation.

Dilettante-Delay: Tricks audience from seeing though inadequate
musicianship by adding sheen to musician's sound.

Grand Funk Equalizer: Makes everyone sound like an American Band.

NEW! Bass Blame Shifter: Removes sustain from all your clams so that
the audience thinks it was the drummer.

NEW! EgoPlex: Makes you sound louder in your monitor mix.

NEW! CryBaby: Makes rhythm guitarists happy they don't get to solo.
I can't imagine the size of that rack or pedalboard...!!! :? :?
 

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I've got a Korg AX3000G, Freakin amazing.

I'd like to be able to record sturf with it though
 
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