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RE: OT: Fuzz
Hey Stano! how do ya like that there Sparkle Drive? Also, you'll be happy
to know that I've sold my Pod Pro and gone back to using the Groove Tubes
Trio, which I never sold, thank god. And you can say I told you so! Ha Ha.
Don't get me wrong, I'm still a fan of modeling, My god the new floor pedal
from vox is awesome, its just that after playing with them side by side in
the studio (GT Trio and Pod Pro) I realized how much sound and feel had
missing. I will say this, owning a pod inspired my to buy both a small
fender amp, and a small vox amp, and I may again buy a modeling amp. For
I've gone back to tubes and stomp boxes.
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> We all love it, right? Of course! Every now and then I yearn for my
> old Ibanez Tube Screamer. Thick distorted creamy synth-like tone.
> Warm and tube like? NOPE. I'm talking solid state. What's your
> favorite fuzz box to put in front of your looper (or after) and why?
> Is the line6 modeler any good?
jus had to eventually reply to this here-
as a guitarer i have to say-i luv fuzztones and overdrive pedals. they just
make the hair on the back of my neck(where most of hair is located these
days!) stand up real good and thats cool...
here are some of my pedals lyin around the <stanitarium> (and they all
still work and get used at one time er 'nother...)
in no particular order:
2 Prescription Electronics Experience pedals
Voodoo Labs Sparkle Drive
Roger Mayer FuzzFace(70s)
Electro Harmonix Big Muff Pi(70s)
Electro Harmonix GraphicFuzz(70s)
the list goes on...