>anything by Boss that isn't the DS-2
Burial At Sea is a lot of fun for fuzz. Probably my current favorite. I have a few other fuzz pedals that don't match it in heaviness or quality (I play bass).
I dig my Dispatch Master (reverb and delay; Disaster Transport would be good too) and my Arpanoid (polyphonic pitch arpeggiator) from Earthquaker. I'm looking to get an Afterneath from them. The unique repeated digital reverb sounds fantastic.
I do use a Boss (basic) loop and an overdrive (bass obviously; odb-3). Both are whatever. Better for tweaking the sound than crafting a unique identity.
I'm looking to get a EHX Supersynth or some sort of heavy ambient effect pedal (the EQD Organizer).
Stacking these has been a ton of fun and I've been thinking about building a custom pedalboard this winter.
Well you can pick them up for around 50 bucks on ebay so I dont think they are that rare.
I love those old DOD pedals though so I might pick one up just because I love delays and dod
That's exactly why it's great.
Used on Electric Wizard's Dopethrone, maxed out.
I haven't heard anything by Boss that isn't middling. They have some 'alright' stuff as I've bought some that is both disappoiinting/bad and others that are usable.
Every fuzz they've made since the DS-2 is terrible.
Doesn't defeat the point.
Pre-amp pedals that give a faux "tube" sound are worthless.
>Pre-amp pedals that give a faux "tube" sound are worthless.
That's awefully facetious - who gives a fuck about whether it's tubes, fake tubes or not tubes at all? As long as it sounds gr8/8
I just got one of those a few days ago, and I love it.
Other pedals on my board I really dig are the Earthquaker Devices Bit Commander, the Digitech Supernatural, and the Boss RC50 looper.
>missing the (admittedly vague) point
My bad on being vague.
I don't think I could ever enjoy something so plain. It's not enjoyable to tweak or play with, and that's part of the fun of pedals for me.
A pre-amp is usually just that -- a substitute for a better amp.
It's not like these pedals have less knobs and options than the preamp section of your average bass amp. And you can supplement the sound by choosing a certain power amp and cabinets.
Also where are the bass tops that sound like the B7K or the BC1? I'm interested.
My HM-2 is very dear to me, though my bandmates hate it for some reason.
For a gigging musician not always playing their own stack this is nice way of keeping a consistent sound. XLR out to FoH and the other out to the loop return on the provided amp(bypassing the preamp).
This is the backbone of my setup
I love it to death, and It's roadworthy as fuck
those big, silver NYC muffs just don't sound good to me. The only version of the circuit I hate more is the black sovtek from the 90s.
tbh actual EHX muffs in general these days are pretty lackluster.
BBE sonic maximizer (rack version with onboard compression/gating)
There's this piece of gear I read about from this guy who in his obsession with AC/DC's guitar tone developed a replica of a Schaffer wireless system. They were known for having a great compressor/expander in them. Would love to play with one.
Usually I hear things by word of mouth and go to google/youtube and beyond from there.
I found the guy who made the pedal by listening to AC/DC on youtube years ago. He's based as fuck.
Anyone here any good at tabbing stuff by ear? I really want to play a song but I'm not nearly as competent to figure it out by ear and it's pretty obscure.
It should be pretty simple if you have even the most basic understanding.
>tfw can just buy a perfect clone for half the price
>more reliable electronics
and yet I'd still shell out the money for an original if I had it.
but fuck vintage Superfuzzes. Clones all the way, originals a shit.
yeah I actually just did some more digging, it's called a slow gear. it sounds cool as fucking shit and I want one but it's rare and goes for no less than like $400ish on ebay and stuff.
Also, in this video around 1:08 can anybody tell me what kind of effect this is and how I can replicate it?
Is this sound only possible from that bigger pedal or is there like a single pedal who's function is that one thing? I don't know a lot about this kind of stuff and I want to know more so go easy on me.
I bought one of these to emulate a Roland Juno 60 chorus/Boss CE-2. Hands down this is the best analog chorus out right now.
can someone explain to me how to pedal?
what do you really need apart from the pedal itself?
wires, board etc, how to power them
where to get, how pricy is all that shit, are there good budget variants?
i mean i get how to use a pedal itself, just not all the stuff around it
>can someone explain to me how to pedal?
You plug your guitar/bass/keyboard into a pedal or series of pedals then into your amplifier. This is called your effects chain, based on the pedals you are using you will want them in a certain order.
>what do you really need apart from the pedal itself?
A power supply is recommended, but pedals can run off a 9v battery. You will also need cables to connect the pedals (1/4 inch audio cables).
>wires, board etc, how to power them
see last point. I don't really know about boards, I'm pretty sure they just keep your patch cables (wires) tidy and maybe have a power supply with them.
>where to get, how pricy is all that shit, are there good budget variants?
There are cheap pedals and their are expensive pedals, it depends on what you want. Analog pedals are generally more expensive than digital ones, and the really expensive pedals usually have alternate functions IE. A cheap digital boss chorus could just have one set delay time for the chorus, while an expensive pedal like >>52099815 can have the delay time changed via the voice knob. Check shopgoodwill/ebay/craigslist/irl thrift stores if you want the absolute cheapest pedals you can get.
>what do you really need apart from the pedal itself? wires, board etc, how to power them
For the pedal to work, it needs power suply. You can use either a AC adaptor or a 9v battery.
Then, you need 2 P10 cables (the standard guitar ones), one goes in you guitar to the pedal, and the other from the pedal to the amp.
>where to get, how pricy is all that shit, are there good budget variants?
Depends on where you live, try ebay and local stores. The price depends a lot on the brand and the effects you are looking for.
>The slow gear is just a gate that's set to open very very slowly, and the eventide is just a reverb.
>But you're not gonna find that in a single pedal.
I am asking about the difference in the sound that happened once that Eventide Space thing started. What effect is that? It sounds Antlers-esque.
The most important pedal you will ever own, of course
Attack is the increase of the sound over time. A drum doesn't have any attack, it just decays over time once it's been struck. Attack is kind of like the opposite of decay. It's kind of a lengthy explanation to get into, but that's the basics of the black pedal. The pedal on the left is an echo/reverb pedal, reverb is the type of sound you hear when your inside of a concrete stairwell and the sound keeps echoing off of the walls.
It might be a bit pricey, but it's one of the few bass overdrive pedals that doesn't fuck up your low-end frequencies.
You know that you're completely wrong right? Attack is the instant initial sound? Sustain is how much of the attack is maintained over time or in other words, the more sustain it has the less the sound decays. Drums are percussive they have the most attack. They instantly cut through everything.
Reverb is for lack of better terms, the natural echo you have of being in a playing space. There's small room reverb, medium stage, rock arena, cathedrals, and all other different settings that give different reverb sounds. Being inside of a concrete stairwell would just be a specific example of reverb.
I try. So often we forget about the things that aren't the most memorable and how important they are.
Unrelated, any richfags wanna take mercy on a poorfag and buy me pic related?
I build pedals, finished a pt2399 based delay yesterday, it's awesome! "Deprofundis delay"
I've also built The Great Destroyer (in pic) and the Supersonic Fuzzgun, which are awesome noisy fuzzes.
The sp-1 is the "Spectrum" pedal, I don't think this exists.
idk man that sounds pretty cool
From 5:00 on is fucking amazing
So I know next to nothing about guitar pedals/boards and am thinking about investing in some because I'm sick of just playing on the shitty few settings on my amp. What are some entry-level pedals? Also some kind of looper that can loop multiple things would be nice too.
It's also used and kind of beaten up so it has some problems.
Im in the same boat as you except I have a Spider IV. My guitar is a used ibanez. I mostly play acoustic and classical but sometimes the electric is fun.
I went here:
And then looked them up on amazon and on youtube. I bought this one even though its not on the list:
Ac couple questions what is so special about this >>52100243 pedal if my amp has a tuner?
Also if a pedal claims it helps "those tube's sound and quality" can I still use it on my Spider IV with a similar effect even though it is not a tube amp.
Someone else may want to chime in, but I just can't recommend pedals on a solid state amp. Pedals (analog) are generally designed to be used with tube amps.
Nowadays you can get a decent sounding tube amp in the 10-15watt range for 200-400 bucks. I recommend upgrading your amp before delving into pedals.
Been loving the pedal on the left, it's essentially a Ram's Head Big Muff clone without the scoop.
Favorite pedal though? Ibanez Tubescreamer.
I really wanted the pog but after realizing the different things this could do with an exp pedal I fell in love all over again.
Never really been a fan of fuzz or distortion. I've always been an overdrive kind of guy. This thing is essentially 2 TS-9 pedals in one case.
Just saying a blanket statement about pedals not being good with solid state amplifiers is dumb. The Spider is a piece of shit though, don't get me wrong.
Sounded pretty great with a Big Muff, not Bassman great, but good stuff.
I rarely use the harmony function on it. usually just a low octave and a high octave. The shit that drew me in was the pitch shifting function on this beast. It's one of those sounds that when you're playing a show, people immediately wonder what the hell they just heard.
What would you recommend?
I am looking at Fender, Peavey, and Marshalls right now. I will buy used gear but will check craigslist later. I want to stay in that 300-600 dollar price range but I feel 600 may be pushing it.
I play in my bedroom so I dont require extreme volume.
I would like to sell my Spider IV 75W but know that Guitar Center will fuck me.
Well I plan on using a few pedals but I really like the sound on Funkadelic's "Maggot Brain". Im gonna take a guess that that is a clean tone? Im not experienced when it comes to identifying tones.
If you were the same person talking about a vox ac15, you could do it with that amp and a fuzz, wah, delay.
With a fuzz and wah you can get very close.
Big muffs are like $75 new
You can probably get a decent crybaby wah for like $80 new
These are the only two pedals I own
To be honest, the Digitech is really pretty good. I'm not a serious guitarist but I use it for everything, vocals, Hammond, etc. It has a great time-based effects and most of the distortions are really good... dat blues tube with low gain on the Hammond is fuken siqq!
The MD-2 is kinda crap. I've had it for years and don't like it so I'm selling it.
Did anyone here get to play with that one? I'm looking for a decent addition to my sound. Also, I don't play rock music, I just fuck around with samples, effects, loops and sounds.
Thoughts on Noisemaker? This seems promising with a ProCo Rat for a starting board
It's the best chorus I've used, it goes from lush and subtle to wild and seasick. The dimension knob adds a glitchy repeat effect.
It sounds wonderful on guitar, my piano, and it's pretty good with organs too.
zvex pedals are so fucking weird
Friend has the two in pic, don't even need a guitar to get some cool sounds out of that
If you don't have this pedal yet, you are a certified pleb.
If you're just playing in your room recording onto your PC, there is literally no reason not to buy their cheap clones. I wouldn't want one if I was a touring artist (plastic casing and stuff), but I have their Slow Motion pedal which is a clone of the Boss Slow Gear, except it cost me less than £20 and does exactly the same thing.
The Morley Power Wah fuzz from the 70's. you know, the giant chrome one that plugged directly into the wall?
I friggin loved mine, right up until the transformer blew up and killed it.
The fuzz on it sucked, but pair it with a swollen pickle and a Rickenbacker Bass, and the thing was naaaasty.