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Pete Cornish BD-1 Bass overdrive...anyone tried it?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by cnltb, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. cnltb

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  2. aledeville

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    Let me guess... It costs an arm and a leg?
  3. Hellbastard

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    472GBP.?! :O
  4. cnltb

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    Not cheap...but if it could replace all other ods it might be reasonable...
  5. bongomania

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    Disclosures:
    owner, OVNIFX and OVNILabs
    The price is for buying something made by the guy who made pedalboards for The Who, Pink Floyd, Queen, etc. etc.

    The price does not imply it would replace all other ODs.
  6. cnltb

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    My point was that I might spend that kind of money if the pedal covered enough ground for me to not want or need other ODs.

    The Who or Pink floyd won't sell a pedal to me.
    I don't care whom he worked for.


    But yes...I guess some people might be star struck and just buy stuff because of the associations here. :)

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