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Re: New pedals of epicness

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jeremyb wrote: Thu Oct 01, 2020 8:37 am
Saw this last night too, good alternative if I don't win the Meris Ottobit from today's AMA on Reddit :mental:
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GT-1000 that fits on your pedalboard. Wonder what it will cost...

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Re: New pedals of epicness

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Not new but needs a mention...

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Cause I’m bigger than my body gives me credit for…

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Re: New pedals of epicness

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this looks awesome! Periphery fans you're in for a treat

https://www.darkglass.com/creations/ada ... YSmJLD2i2E


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Another kiwi pedal builder! Dogmatek pedals:

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KNNZ wrote: Wed Dec 09, 2020 2:11 pm this looks awesome! Periphery fans you're in for a treat

https://www.darkglass.com/creations/ada ... YSmJLD2i2E

Great sound! Tonnes of grit, perfect for metal. He's such a phenomenally tight player. So he still writes/records with Periphery but no longer tours - is that the deal?

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jeremyb wrote: Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:22 am
No Flint, no watch.

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Re: New pedals of epicness

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I can confirm the BE-OD Deluxe is insanely good for a transistor dirt box. Kingsley is the benchmark for me, and the Friedman stands admirably next to my Kingsley Harlot. Does a lot more higher gain and the tight switches are magic (I want one in my Harlot now for use with humbuckers). Full EQ control including treble AND prescence means you really can get amp-like with it, no "blanket on the speaker" like with other distortion stomps. And it loves a base cleantone to work with, which suits me fine. Recommended!

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MogwaiBoy wrote: Tue Jan 05, 2021 12:20 pm I can confirm the BE-OD Deluxe is insanely good for a transistor dirt box. Kingsley is the benchmark for me, and the Friedman stands admirably next to my Kingsley Harlot. Does a lot more higher gain and the tight switches are magic (I want one in my Harlot now for use with humbuckers). Full EQ control including treble AND prescence means you really can get amp-like with it, no "blanket on the speaker" like with other distortion stomps. And it loves a base cleantone to work with, which suits me fine. Recommended!
Never heard of Kingsley Harlot before... it sure sounds fantastic.

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Kingsley are killer pedals, up there with the best of them. The guy that makes them is a great player too

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Re: New pedals of epicness

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We’re only 1/5th through the 21st century. Bit early to be calling the best pedal, surely.

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