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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by PorkyPrimeCut » Mon Jan 12, 2009 12:16 pm

JJ Gabor wrote: ....I quite like the look of the silver boxes with big dial knobs.....
Me too.
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by Pacafeliz » Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:04 pm

here's some fresh pics of mine!

the small ones:
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the big ones:
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the really big ones:
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:)

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by Rangelife » Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:29 pm

Wasn't as bad as I thought it'd be.
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Let's see if I get this right...
First:
Sovtek - Big Muff Pi, EHX - Big Muff Pi, Fender Blender
Second:
Marshall - Shred Master, ProCo - Turbo Rat, T-Rex - Bloody Mary, T-Rex - Mudhoney
Third:
Korg - DT10, T-Rex - Comp-Nova (+boost mod.), Ibanez - SF10, Ibanez - FL9, EHX - Small Stone, Dunlop - Crybaby
Fourth:
EHX - #1 Echo, Ibanez - AD9, Boss - Chorus CE3, VOX - VibraVOX

And a most of my DIY effects... Should probably go somewhere else.
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First:
Fuzz Plant (3-knob Fuzz Factory clone, believe it was called "Vorpal Fuzz"), Fuzz Face '69 (Musikding), Fuzz Face '69 (GGG)
Second:
Mighty Mouse (BYOC 3-way switch), Mighty Mouse (BYOC rotary switch), Large Beaver (BYOC - Triangle spec.), Big Muff (GGG - Russian Spec.)
Third:
Si-Fuzz (Moody Sounds + High/low-gain switch & Bias knob), Bender (Musikding), Screamer (Musikding - TS-808 spec.), Tremolo (Moody Sounds + vol. knob)
Fourth:
Empire Fuzz (BYOC Octave Fuzz), Boba Fuzz (BYOC E.S.V. Tonebender MKII), Phake90 (BYOC Phase90), 2*Si-Fuzz (Moody Sounds + Bias knob, foot switch removed))

Oh, and another Si-Fuzz (Moody Sounds - Star Wars theme, + high/low gain switch & Bias knob)
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And another Screamer (Musikding, TS-808 spec.)
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And an EHX - LPB clone
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by PorkyPrimeCut » Mon Jan 12, 2009 4:08 pm

Boba Fuzz. I like it!!
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by Rangelife » Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:52 am

PorkyPrimeCut wrote: Boba Fuzz. I like it!!
Thank's! It sounds great too, one of my favourites! :) The paint got a bit cracked since I put on too much paint but it turned out OK.
I have poor imagination when it comes to designing and coming up with good names...

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by eupat » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:24 am

this thread gives me GAS !!!!
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by Ti-Ron » Tue Jan 13, 2009 9:35 am

It's not a problem yet, but for my girlfriend it's totaly useless 'cause I always swap them, but since the last 6 months I keep the same. She never heard about the tone quest!! :o
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First row: Malekko Delay 600 bright and a Catalinbread semaphore Trem
Second row: Goudie FX 808+ (TS like with a couple of tweaks) Subdecay BlackStar and a CryBaby hardly modded by Greg at SolidgoldFX
Third row: Toadworks meat(double booster) and my first pedal ever rehoused a DOD grunge!!!!
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by TheodorJ » Tue Jan 13, 2009 10:06 am

Hey, Pat. How do you like that Univox phaser? I think Adam Franklin used to use one of those in addition to a Small Stone.

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Post by mynameisjonas » Tue Jan 13, 2009 1:33 pm

here are all my pedals (i think):
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top row:
alesis nanoverb + bypass box
80s turbo rat
BYOC distortion+ with mods
boss TU-2

second row:
behringer ultra octaver
screamer (modded TS9 clone)
murph II (modded big muff clone)
boss SD-1 (yes, i did some mods to this one too)
digitech digiverb

third row:
ibanez PD7 phat-hed bass overdrive
face (silicon fuzz face with added controls)
MXR micro amp
red llama clone
rangemaster clone
artec fuzztown

botton row:
danelectro fab overdrive
sovtek big muff
EHX big muff with tons of mods

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by zotglen » Tue Jan 13, 2009 3:16 pm

:o Jonas! No delay?

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by mynameisjonas » Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:37 am

nope. a few years ago i lost the power adapter to my DMM, and getting a new one through musikbörsen took almost six months. and in that time i was sorta weaned off the whole delay thing, so when the adapter finally arrived i sold the pedal (to erik from sick oakes).

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by peterherman » Wed Jan 14, 2009 7:05 am

mynameisjonas wrote:
second row:
screamer (modded TS9 clone)

third row:
face (silicon fuzz face with added controls)
red llama clone

How did you do the graphics on the Screamer and the Face: silkscreen or decal?
Also, how do you like the Red Llama clone? I'm thinking of building one from GGG.
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by mynameisjonas » Wed Jan 14, 2009 7:22 am

peterherman wrote:
mynameisjonas wrote:
second row:
screamer (modded TS9 clone)

third row:
face (silicon fuzz face with added controls)
red llama clone

How did you do the graphics on the Screamer and the Face: silkscreen or decal?
Also, how do you like the Red Llama clone? I'm thinking of building one from GGG.
they're laser printed decals. i'm not 100% happy with them. they look fine from a distance, but up close you notice that the color is kinda patchy. plus the clear coat i used was really brittle (you can see it's already chipping on the screamer).
the red llama is a very nice sounding pedal, but it's a bit anonymous for my taste. not enough 'mid-punch' or watchamacallit. but it sounds fantastic on bass :-*

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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by panoramic » Wed Jan 14, 2009 10:35 am

the boba fuzz rules, i want one of those :D
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Re: Post pics of your entire pedal collection!

Post by Pacafeliz » Wed Jan 14, 2009 4:08 pm

TheodorJ wrote: Hey, Pat. How do you like that Univox phaser? I think Adam Franklin used to use one of those in addition to a Small Stone.
well i love it. it's no small stone for sure, but sometimes you don't need SO much phasing.
i'll be using it on our Dark Side of the Moon and upload some live vids.
well worth the $60 i paid for it!

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