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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Chili, Nov 28, 2005.

  1. Chili


    Mar 8, 2005
    hey all, i dont have much expericance with pedals....pretty much at all, apart from i bought an envelope filter and half of the effects didnt even werk, but werks perfectly on my mates guitar.....yeah i'm a dumb ass lol, anyway, heres what kind of things i'm looking for:

    Destortion (around the world, Club foot etc)

    Bass wah - i think (coffe shop slap solo) also is he using a pedal on the verse aswell??

    Funk pedals - any pedles that r usually used in funk

    echoy pedles, lol sorry i cant think of the name of this effect, it has completly went out my head,

    and anymore u can recomend for me that u think i might like form the info i gave u...which isnt much
  2. Figjam


    Aug 5, 2003
    Boston, MA
    Im going to give you my suggestions for price efficient, easy to use , pedals.

    Distortion: Flea uses the Boss ODB-3 in arounid the world. I use it as well. I suggest this.

    Bass wah: flea uses the dunlop crybaby gcb-100. I used this as well.

    Delay (echoy) - Boss dd-3 or something cheaper if you just want to noodle around with it.

    I also suggest the digitech bass synth wah.
  3. Chili


    Mar 8, 2005
    kool thx, ill get writing those down since my memorary is terrible, keep the suggetsion coming aswell all if there is any u can think of plz
  4. Distortion: I like the MXR-M-80 for some nice chainsaw crunch, but for fuzz and light overdrive I like the Boss ODB-3.

    Wah: Jim Dunlop 105Q
  5. Chili


    Mar 8, 2005
    in boss ODB-3, what does the B stand for? bass?
  6. Higgie


    May 31, 2005
    London, England
    The pedal Flea used in coffee shop was an auto wah, I heard it was a Boss FT-2 Dynamic Filter. I was after one of these for ages, but they go for quite alot as they're old and not made any more. I bought the MXR Bass Auto Q, and it does the job perfectly. for a manual wah I went with the Dunlop 105Q, great pedal. And I also have an ODB3, which (on the right settings after some twiddling) can sound very mucyh like the tone in around the world.

    Good luck in finding what you want mate.
  7. bass
  8. dirtgroove


    Jan 10, 2003
    Taipei, Taiwan
  9. Bassmanbob

    Bassmanbob Supporting Member

    I just got the DiscumBOBulator for funk and I love it.
  10. I am also a fan of the Emma DiscomBOBulator... very smooth & it likes all of my instruments. From my Epiphone Sheraton II, PRS McCarty, Line 6 Variax bass, and anything else I have thrown at it. Very smooth & funky. It is the simpler, cheaper version of a Chunk Agent '00' Funk. I have both & the DiscomBOBulator is very, very similar -- but smoother.
  11. Chili


    Mar 8, 2005
    so it stands for beginner and not bass?

    kool thx ill definitly check out the DiscumBOBulator, thats a crazy name lol, thx guys
  12. I was told it stands for Banana, because it's yellow. It may be a beginner pedal, and there are better pedals if you have the money, but I think it is pretty good, though.
  13. Chili


    Mar 8, 2005
    banana? begginer? r u people making fun of old chili for my lack of knolage about pedles? lol, i could just say odb and they should no what i'm talkinn about from the initials i would think
  14. danomite64


    Nov 16, 2004
    Tampa, Florida
    Almost every time you see a "B" on a Boss pedal, it stands for "Bass".
  15. Wrong.

    B is for Bacon. Always.

    [drools]mmmm ... bacon.[/drools]
  16. i thought i saw an ad for flea endorsing the dunlop 105Q...i'm not sure
  17. lowmid

    lowmid Commercial User

    Feb 2, 2005
    Owner & builder CMC Audio
    I got mine three weeks ago for 65 euros so approx 70 dollars!!
  18. tplyons


    Apr 6, 2003
    Madison, NJ
    Yep, that's what Flea's using these days.

    The B in ODB stands for Bass.