The Marshall Bluesbreaker Pedal Reissued

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The Marshall Bluesbreaker Pedal Reissued

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John Mayer fans; rejoice! Looks like the rumours are true. Here are a few images, be they, not the best quality that I lifted from Facebook:

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It looks like a very faithful to the original reissue. Apparently, the RRP is £140 but that's unconfirmed.
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I had an original one 20 odd years ago, my ex-wife has it now... or presumably hasn't.
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I had one waaaayyyy back. It was meh.
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Slowy wrote: That's the problem; everything rewarding is just such hard work. Regret takes much less effort.

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Shredmaster when? :mental:

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Eruera wrote: Wed Feb 15, 2023 6:31 pm Shredmaster when? :mental:
Apparently, the reissue also includes the Shreadmaster and the Drivemaster in addition to the Bluesbreaker. But the Bluesbreaker just seems to be getting all the hype.
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Are we going to see a load of this then? As Grant said, 'meh'. What's next? Ibanez Sonic Distortion? All those DOD pedals?

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Molly wrote: Thu Feb 16, 2023 12:37 am Are we going to see a load of this then? As Grant said, 'meh'. What's next? Ibanez Sonic Distortion? All those DOD pedals?
If there’s demand then I expect so, the funny thing is John hasn’t used this pedal in years, they’re a bit slow off the mark!
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DOD Reissues are going to be a thing lol
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Bg wrote: Wed Feb 15, 2023 5:19 pm I had an original one 20 odd years ago, my ex-wife has it now... or presumably hasn't.
Invite her to your house warming party and casually ask if she can bring it along ?
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Might work, she's not staying over though even if she's flown 12,500 miles...
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Bg wrote: Thu Feb 16, 2023 6:33 am DOD Reissues are going to be a thing lol
I was asked to represent the DOD range by Rhino Music the then distributor ( back in the early 80's ). Did a mini show for all the industry mags which was me standing on a stage complete with lighting towers and dry ice playing along to a piece of music I'd recorded featuring many of their pedals. All good so far. Then I had a sit down with the owner of Rhino who asked me what I thought of the gear. I assumed he wanted an honest appraisal of the stuff he was selling. Unfortunately me pointing out that they had 3 decent innovative pedals while the rest were far too expensive and feature deprived compared to Boss 's offerings wasn't music to his ears.
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jeremyb wrote: Thu Feb 16, 2023 6:29 am If there’s demand then I expect so, the funny thing is John hasn’t used this pedal in years, they’re a bit slow off the mark!
Clearly, Marshall decided to strike when the iron was cool to the touch. Like all things pedal related, it is very subjective; you're either into it or not. Most, no doubt will be brought up to be sculpted at exorbitant prices once the initial run is sold out.
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