Let's see your pedals!



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Re: Let's see your pedals!

Postby The Eristic » Sun Mar 05, 2017 1:25 am

Got a pretty good collection going. Still need at least one version of Clari, Fuzz Wall, GC and Magick i. Kinda want a revised DPP, too, to use with the less noise-friendly bands I work in.

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Re: Let's see your pedals!

Postby chrisdermo » Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:06 am

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Re: Let's see your pedals!

Postby sylnau » Sun Mar 05, 2017 6:16 pm

The Eristic, that is some nice stuff. :thumb:

How would you describe the Psych Byke and the Peace Gun?
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Re: Let's see your pedals!

Postby The Eristic » Sun Mar 05, 2017 10:56 pm

Psych Bike is a pretty papery, zippery old school fuzz. Like, when Doug says it sounds like "Spirit in the Sky", he is not exaggerating. Does that '60s buzzy thing all day. Mine has a tone control in the circuit and no push/pull on the Fuzz knob, so it might be slightly more tame than the 2-knobber.

Peace Gun has a definite octave up, scrambled vibe happening that can get some really unusual textures and colors from the Res/Freq controls. Lots of gain but seems like a good bit of clean signal blended in. Kinda nasty on its own most of the time, but super useful for cutting through. I kinda wish it had separate blend and gain controls (though the Reso acts a bit like a gain, obviously), though that would probably be tough to fit in the box.
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