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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by HELLonWHEELS, Mar 8, 2008.
Im just wondering
I almost always leave my Skreddy Screwdriver on. It adds just that little bit of grit that gives my solid state amp some edge. Or I can play with the knobs and bring it to a nice fuzz. Super versitile.
Tech 21 Sans Amp GT2 Love this pedal!
BBE Sonic Stomp
I used to keep my Demeter Compulator on almost all the time. Sold that one off when I needed some dough- wish I had it back now.
I usually like my Boss bass Chorus on a lot, or use the chorus on my Line 6 LD300 pro amp on, depending on the gig.
mxr bass DI and compulator, always on.
Before I sold my rack my compressor was on all the time. Now I leave my chorus on most of the time for my church gig. Once I replace my rack compressos with a pedal it will stay on most of the time more than likely.
my BBE Opto Stomp is always on.
when i'm too poor to replace dead strings, my Sansamp goes on with 50% blend to beef up that dead string tone until i replace the strings.
ZOOM B2.... use the SWR amp modeler more than anything. Not sure if this qualifies.
Cream pie anyone? and usually a tuner run from the tuner out on my amp.
Strangely enough, a TS-9.
MXR 80 DI, Yamaha NE-1 and compressor.
The M-80 stays on and I use chorus often as well; adds that crystally phatness.
Plus me, I'm always turned on but I refuse to call myself a pedal, or worse yet, a STOMP BOX.
fulltone bass drive. For a little svt grit, then stomp that boost to drown everyone out and take all the glory!!
That's right... Cream Pie
Plus Aphex Punch Factory always on, soon to be replaced by BBE OptoStomp.
Opto Stomp and the OD Channel on my Backline 600 now that I'm running stereo rig during practice.