Pedals Of Epicness

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griff wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 11:47 am
robthemac wrote: Sun Apr 17, 2022 10:44 pm
griff wrote: Sun Apr 17, 2022 5:57 pm Does the Fulltone OCD qualify here?
I personally think it does. I borrowed my friends one last weekend for a gig. Damn near perfect to boost an overdriven Plexi style Marshall. Warmth and cut.
Opened it up the next day and it's a version 4, one of the sought after ones apparently.
He's agreed to sell it to me too! Will sit nicely on the board next to Tonys Bronson.
Anyone else jam an OCD?
Had a Pepers' clone that I sold recently. Was great for crunch and heavier tones. Struggled to get it sounding right on the edge of breakup.
Interesting. Mine works quite nice with cleans. I wonder what version equivalent he made for you
Yeah when I mean "edge of breakup" I'm talking Sultans of Swing sort of breakup. Pretty much clean.

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griff wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 11:48 am
Miza wrote: Mon Apr 18, 2022 9:16 am Keen to try an OCD for my next build. Pedalpcb.com have one called the ADHD.

Just need a hard clipping pedal for heavy OD/dist.

Either that or a Rat type clone, 1981 DRV, etc.
The Bronson might be worth checking out too. I love mine. Clips Asymmetrically.
I do love my Damn & Blast!
But any more pedals i buy will be homemade!
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This has more appeal than the X5 to me....

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Was really looking forward to hearing this. Especially after the demos of the Golden Reverberator. https://youtu.be/qsqcyAwRpx8

Disappointed! Clean sounds and reverb aren't as nice as the Iridium (at least on the basis of this demo). Like the crunchy tones though.

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That bloke with the long hair and white Tele-thing sure can play...

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I have one of these on my board now, looking forward to running it thru the Fuzzboy! :mrgreen:

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jeremyb wrote: Fri May 27, 2022 7:41 am This has more appeal than the X5 to me....

Yeah, something about this appeals a bit more. Usually I'm not a fan of digi screens on a board but...it's pretty!

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This has been on John Mayer's board for the Sob Rock tour, still miss my old Neunaber Stereo Wet... one of those pedals you should never sell... still the Flint does pretty good :lol:



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