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|10-18-2010, 11:51 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Rock Spring, GA
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Need some pedal info/help
so I'm in the shop for these type of pedals for my pedal board:
Reverb,I'd like for it to have a Reverse gated option for weird stuff
Delay,pretty much a good yet cheap one
Boost,same deal as the delay,good yet cheap
anything that'd give a very abrasive yet understandable Grind like tone
please help guys ^^ thanks!
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|10-18-2010, 01:44 PM||#2|
He seldomly knows...
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Formerly from Cucaramacatacatirimilcote...
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Assuming you can find them used, I recommend you pick up the following for close to the prices I list:
Digitech DigiVerb ($50) - I switch between this and my Electro-Harmonix Cathedral, and the Cathedral costs more.
Line 6 ToneCore Echo Park ($70) - able to do clean digital, analog, or tape/EHX Deluxe Memory Man (knocked my DMM off the board).
I'm unsure what exactly you mean by "boost," so here's three suggestions. Do a little research through Google to see which might best fit what you're looking for:
Digitech Hardwire CM-2 Overdrive ($50)
Digitech Hardwire SC-2 Valve Distortion ($50) - Valve means "Tube" in BritSpeak
Danelectro Cool Cat CTO-1 Transparent Overdrive Version 1 ($50) - The CTO-1 is a clone of the Paul Cochrane "Timmy" pedal. It's the best budget clean boost out there. Be sure you buy a version 1, as Danelectro changed the design for the V2.
Google is your friend.
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