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 Sean Pierce's All-Purpose Pedal Thread 
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theres a gold klon centaur on there! haha

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Haha I know! 8)

The Boss OC2 seems a little out of place!! :P

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Anyone like any dan electro pedals? Which ones in particular does anyone think are worth checking out.. if any?

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Anyone like any dan electro pedals? Which ones in particular does anyone think are worth checking out.. if any?


I have the Sitar Swami...I love it. Totally an odd-ball effect but it is fun.

Definitely check out the Reel Echo...probably one of the best tape echo simulator pedals ever made, and at a great price point!

I also like the Free Speech talk box. Inexpensive talk box that is very easy to use.

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yo question guys,

I am writing a song anyd i have this simple arpeggiated line similar to 'no surprises' by radiohead but i wanna put a unique tonal spin on the notes. i was wondering, does anyone have any suggestions to make a melody sound a little different or twisted without resorting to the usual whammy pedal tricks or resorting to putting on a simple flange, vibrato, or whatever garden-variety effect? i was thinking some elaborate or just cool delay tricks (something at least a little unorthodox or creative, regardless of if its simple or not) or just some really cool pedal that kinda bends ur ear a little bit but isnt overbearing..but its gotta be interesting like someone hears it and is what 'oh what is that, thats kinda sweet'..you know, just something that makes it a little more interesting sound-wise.

i dunno if thats a big order but im just really getting effects and want to experiment a lot. thank you so much everyone!


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So, I just got the Jekyll and Hyde pedal... the red one, the old version...

I've heard it from a friend who has it and I totally love it... should be getting it by 20th of July.

do you guys like it?

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So, I just got the Jekyll and Hyde pedal... the red one, the old version...

I've heard it from a friend who has it and I totally love it... should be getting it by 20th of July.

do you guys like it?


I had one of those about 10 years ago It might be older than the one you are getting I think mine was grey. I thought it was a decent pedal. One channel was a nice overdrive tone, and the other was a higher gain distortion pedal. It worked well for me at the time. I gave it to my cousin after I got my mesa Recto though.

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hammer_away wrote:
So, I just got the Jekyll and Hyde pedal... the red one, the old version...

I've heard it from a friend who has it and I totally love it... should be getting it by 20th of July.

do you guys like it?


I had one of those about 10 years ago It might be older than the one you are getting I think mine was grey. I thought it was a decent pedal. One channel was a nice overdrive tone, and the other was a higher gain distortion pedal. It worked well for me at the time. I gave it to my cousin after I got my mesa Recto though.


Yes, the gray one is the first version Visual Sound released. Essentially they are exactly the same.
From what I've heard the new versions sound pretty good. I personally have tried one and was not thrilled but I have played a V2 version and thought it to be pretty good.

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xjustice09x wrote:
hammer_away wrote:
So, I just got the Jekyll and Hyde pedal... the red one, the old version...

I've heard it from a friend who has it and I totally love it... should be getting it by 20th of July.

do you guys like it?


I had one of those about 10 years ago It might be older than the one you are getting I think mine was grey. I thought it was a decent pedal. One channel was a nice overdrive tone, and the other was a higher gain distortion pedal. It worked well for me at the time. I gave it to my cousin after I got my mesa Recto though.


Yes, the gray one is the first version Visual Sound released. Essentially they are exactly the same.
From what I've heard the new versions sound pretty good. I personally have tried one and was not thrilled but I have played a V2 version and thought it to be pretty good.



Good, good.

I'm excited... its my first new gear day in like, two years

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I'm excited... its my first new gear day in like, two years


New gear days are great days!

Hopefully I will have one today and will then post a very new and greatly improved pedalboard picture...

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I get so much new gear that I don't even change my strings in like.... 8 months... on any of my guitars :?

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I tried a couple new pedals from a company called Majik Box this time. I ended up using them so much that they’re going to put them together into one pedal and call it the Fuzz Universe. That’ll be a new signature pedal coming out soon.

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Paul Gilbert wrote:
I tried a couple new pedals from a company called Majik Box this time. I ended up using them so much that they’re going to put them together into one pedal and call it the Fuzz Universe. That’ll be a new signature pedal coming out soon.


I want one!

They make a signature pedal for Doug Aldrich called the Rocket Fuel.
Sounds pretty good.

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Any experience?

http://www.jampedals.com/index.php?page=home&hl=en_GB

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Post Re: Sean Pierce's All-Purpose Pedal Thread
I got turned on to them by Greg Koch. I exchange e-mail's with him from time to time and he suggested I check out JAM.

The ones I have:

FuzzPhrase- Good. Not as good as the AnalogMan SunFace, but all in all a good pedal.
TubeDreamer- Great, great pedal. Really warms the tone up.
WaterFall- Good but falls a bit short in comparison to AnalogMan's choruses and Retro-Sonic's.

All in all, a fine pedal company.

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Theyre sending me some for review purposes and if i like them we'll go from there

currently im keen to try

delay llama
ripple
boomster

im keen to get a high end phaser on my board and a more subtle phase45 sound would be more use across the board than an in your face 10000000 step phase sound, less is more and all that

the delay llama is a long shot but if its good i can take the timefactor off my board because its so damn big!!! I just wish i could find a nice analog delay with a tap tempo!!!

and if the boomster is clean then it could be a winner

im not really interested in drives as i have both suhr drives, though who knows what may happen if i try the red muck. As for chorus i have the analogman bichorus, and i have a top end compressor.

i'll keep y'all posted

I may end up with a treble booster if i deem it "country" enough....

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Cool, how did you get the reviewing job?
if you decide to sell the time factor gimme a heads up. :)


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MissMisstreater wrote:


The Delay Llama is awesome.

Haven't played any of the others but I would like to try them!
You're a lucky man!

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hammer_away wrote:
I'm excited... its my first new gear day in like, two years


New gear days are great days!

Hopefully I will have one today and will then post a very new and greatly improved pedalboard picture...


Better late than never...!

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That's a sweet lookin setup Dave!!!!!

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