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BBE TR-63 Tremor (later, blackface style graphic version)

  • optical tremolo

Behringer DD600 Digital Delay

  • Positive: Overall useful and cheap
  • Negative: Sucks tone need in a loop

Behringer FX600 Digital Multi-FX

  • Positive: Pitch shifter good, delay and flanger ok
  • Negative: Sucks tone need in a loop

Boss DS-1 Distortion (Monte Allums Rectifier Mod)

  • True bypass by relay

Boss DS-1 Distortion (Keeley Ultra Mod)

  • great condition

Custom Tones Ethos Overdrive (TLE)

  • Positive: Excellent versatile preamp with Dumble like tones available, but not limited to those. Wonderful clean channel, brilliant for Jazz.

Danelectro Cool Cat CO-1 Drive

  • of 3 i've had. Fulltone OCD clone. (had power jack replaced. dodgy footswitch?) (i sold/traded the pristine boxed one)

Danelectro Cool Cat CV-1 Vibe

  • Positive: great sounding vibe, awesome looking metal design
  • Negative: knob position
  • late version with Output-Trimmer & Modded (FX starts without 1 second delay + LED Tempo)

DigiTech RP5

  • Positive: Good at the time
  • Negative: Terrible foot switches and controls - Aged as well as Melanie Griffith
  • It was my first multi effects, took it out after 10 years and tested against zoom g3 - poor rp5 it was like a ballerina boxing w/ M. Tisson

Eko Sound Pedal

  • Without electronic

Electro-Harmonix XO C9 Organ Machine

  • Positive: had the b9, so i had to get the c9. now i probably have to get the key9. can the d9 be all about synths please? the mello flutes rocked.
  • Negative: kinda the same as the b9, i enjoy the novelty, but just don't use it very often. makes me appreciate regular guitar sounds again though!

Fulltone Mini Deja' Vibe (black MDV-1)

  • Positive: beats the depths and the micro vibe, sounds great. modern/vintage switch handy to select brighter or darker tone. plus vibe/chorus
  • Negative: a little bit bigger in terms of pedal board space than the other vibe clones but this one is the real deal. very well made with 18 volts.
  • i really like the big speed knob. seems like the speed i prefer is toward the fastest, but it has room to go much faster or way way slower.

FuzzHugger(fx) Algal Bloom Fuzz (v1 4-knob version)

  • plain mono aluminium finish

H&H RF-2 Foot Switch


Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer (Analogman Silver Mod)

    Marshall The Guv'nor (Made in Korea)

    • discontinued. c. early 1990s ?

    Mattoverse Electronics Warble Swell Delay

    • Positive: This little box is beautifully small and simple, very well designed and executed by Matt Olson of Mattoverse Electronics in Wisconsin.
    • Negative: The middle switch turns it on, the left switch activates a warble, the right switch is soft touch and as long as you hold it down the echoes
    • repeat into infinity. Step off and the madness quickly resolves back to the original delay setting. Taller than most pedals.

    Maxz Vintage Delay (2)

    • Positive: Great delay. Mine has a three way switch for dark/tape/analog. In my mind those are all the same sound and in using it I can't tell much
    • Negative: of a difference. But it sounds good regardless. Also has an effects loop which only effects the repeats. Add a chorus or a flanger or a
    • phaser or a fuzz or a pitch shifter or whatever you want. Well built. There doesn't seem to be a website but he does have a youtube page.

    MXR/CAE MC-401 Boost/Line Driver

    • PRIZE I WON FROM CAE/ Tone King show. never used.

    T-Rex ToneBug Booster

    • Very lightly used in home only; like new condition

    Tokai TFL-1 Flanger

    • discontinued. 1980s. analogue flanger

    Top Gear Fuzz (RED CASE VERSION)

    • Positive: very fuzzface meets sam ash fuzz
    • $450

    Wampler Pedals Latitude Deluxe - Tap Tempo Tremolo

    • Absolutely like new - $210 w/FREE USPS flat rate shipping in US. Contact if need other shipping methods.

    Xotic RC Booster

    • Positive: Very useful, first pedal in my signal chain. Excellent clean boost and tone controls.
    • Negative: Very little overdrive on tap.
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