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returntothepit >> discuss >> Expensive Effects Pedals by arilliusbm on May 14,2014 11:29am
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toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at May 14,2014 11:29am edited May 14,2014 11:30am
http://www.eventidestore.com/stompboxes.html
Anyone ever screw around with Eventide pedals?

I really want that Space pedal..

Or what about Strymon pedals?
http://www.strymon.net/products/

Looking for a really good reverb pedal for my synths.. But am waiting to shell out money for one.
Any recommendations?





toggletoggle post by DYA is DUAL BISMUTH YAW GATE at May 14,2014 11:41am
My buddy that plays in Set has a lot of good things to say about these guys:

http://www.dunwichamps.com/



toggletoggle post by inquiring mind at May 14,2014 12:33pm
Any recommendations for boosting volume levels for leads/solos?




toggletoggle post by Snowden at May 14,2014 2:56pm
Off the top of my head I know Tech 21 makes (made?) a decent reverb that will actually boost your signal. It's not the most pretty/ethereal-sounding reverb but it's very adjustable and will go from subtle to internal feedback. Plus the boost thing, which I haven't seen many reverb pedals do.

This is the one I've used, there may be a newer version now:




toggletoggle post by Snowden at May 14,2014 2:57pm
inquiring%20mind said[orig][quote]
Any recommendations for boosting volume levels for leads/solos?


Or were you not talking about reverb at all? If so, I'd go with an EQ pedal but make sure to put it after your distortion stage. So, in the effects loop if you're using amp distortion.



toggletoggle post by inquiring mind at May 14,2014 4:14pm
Snowden said[orig][quote]
inquiring%20mind said[orig][quote]
Any recommendations for boosting volume levels for leads/solos?


Or were you not talking about reverb at all? If so, I'd go with an EQ pedal but make sure to put it after your distortion stage. So, in the effects loop if you're using amp distortion.


Thanks. I would just be using amp's distortion. More for blues/rock then metal.



toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at May 14,2014 4:35pm
I use a MAXON OD808 Pedal for a boost. It's an overdrive pedal, but makes my tone sound better and louder. Great pedal.



toggletoggle post by inquiring mind at May 14,2014 4:40pm
cool! i'll check that one out too.



toggletoggle post by EXPENSIVE EFFECTS PEDALS RILEY at May 14,2014 11:24pm
YOU GUYS DON'T NEED MORE PEDALS, JUST MORE STRINGS ON YOUR INSTRUMENTS



toggletoggle post by Snowden at May 14,2014 11:29pm
inquiring%20mind said[orig][quote]
Snowden said[orig][quote]
inquiring%20mind said[orig][quote]
Any recommendations for boosting volume levels for leads/solos?


Or were you not talking about reverb at all? If so, I'd go with an EQ pedal but make sure to put it after your distortion stage. So, in the effects loop if you're using amp distortion.


Thanks. I would just be using amp's distortion. More for blues/rock then metal.

If you're not using a ton of amp distortion, you can put the pedal up front and it should work fine. Lots of people will use an overdrive pedal for this (like that Maxon, or any other member of the Tube Screamer extended family) and just turn the drive all the way down. So you increase the level without adding too much distortion, and those pedals also usually boost the midrange a bit which is good for this kind of thing.

I used to use one of these, fairly cheap and they give you more options than a basic tubescreamer clone.




toggletoggle post by RTTP DEPARTMENT OF ITT at May 15,2014 12:08am
arilliusbm said[orig][quote]
I use a MAXON OD808 Pedal for a boost. It's an overdrive pedal, but makes my tone sound better and louder. Great pedal.


ITT: No one asked this fag what he uses for his commodore 64 dungeon synth effects. Go back to the cave homofagus.



toggletoggle post by geminiII at May 15,2014 5:56am
Dagon/ inquisition gave me the best volume boost pedal . it is a clean volume overdrive that has no distortion. Can be used for Purevolume boost only! And has a great lot of low end as well. It is a RC BOOSTER by xotic effects.



toggletoggle post by Alx_Casket  at May 15,2014 7:20am
Looking forward to seeing Khand live.



toggletoggle post by RTTP DEPARTMENT OF NEW ENGLAND TECH at May 15,2014 7:28am
RTTP%20DEPARTMENT%20OF%20ITT said[orig][quote]
arilliusbm said[orig][quote]
I use a MAXON OD808 Pedal for a boost. It's an overdrive pedal, but makes my tone sound better and louder. Great pedal.


ITT: No one asked this fag what he uses for his commodore 64 dungeon synth effects. Go back to the cave homofagus.


FUCK YOU



toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at May 15,2014 9:20am
RTTP%20DEPARTMENT%20OF%20ITT said[orig][quote]
arilliusbm said[orig][quote]
I use a MAXON OD808 Pedal for a boost. It's an overdrive pedal, but makes my tone sound better and louder. Great pedal.


ITT: No one asked this fag what he uses for his commodore 64 dungeon synth effects. Go back to the cave homofagus.


I was talking about my guitar, dipshit. Also, you mad bro?



toggletoggle post by Exhibit A at May 15,2014 10:10am
arilliusbm said[orig][quote]


Looking for a really good reverb pedal for my synths.. But am waiting to shell out money for one.
Any recommendations?





And now the homofagus is speaking of his guitar when he clearly stated his synths.



toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at May 15,2014 10:27am
Somebody had asked for recommendations for a boost for their leads, so I gave one. You're either slightly retarded with no reading comprehension, or you're busting my balls.



toggletoggle post by disinfo agent at May 15,2014 11:12am
arilliusbm said[orig][quote]
Somebody had asked for recommendations for a boost for their leads, so I gave one. You're either slightly retarded with no reading comprehension, or you're busting my balls.


Hello Aril,

I see you are having issues with your lack of direct info in your OP. Not at all suprised at all.



toggletoggle post by arilliusbm  at May 15,2014 11:50am
Why hello there, good friend.



toggletoggle post by Pedals pedals pedals! at May 15,2014 11:54am



toggletoggle post by blue  at Nov 12,2014 6:07pm
im not answering any questions for you until you tell me you're using a passable amp rig now and not a solid state hughes & kettner.



toggletoggle post by t2daeek  at Nov 15,2014 7:46am
i would assume that you've already picked something up, but if you want a great verb, check out Empress' verb pedal. Strymon does make a great one too.



toggletoggle post by chrome dome at Nov 15,2014 1:37pm



toggletoggle post by MotleyGrue at Nov 15,2014 4:01pm
chrome%20dome said[orig][quote]
www.dunwichamps.com


I like their pedals, hoping to get a cthulhu fuzz next year.



toggletoggle post by chrome dome at Nov 15,2014 4:36pm
Agreed. I like the look of their amp heads. Coolest looking metal amp to come out since Madisons.



toggletoggle post by MotleyGrue at Nov 16,2014 4:11pm
Ok fuck &%W#$@ I just learned about Madisons.



toggletoggle post by Snowden at Nov 17,2014 12:30pm
Madison just seemed so goofy, like they'd spent way more time on their visuals than on actually engineering their pretty unremarkable gear.



toggletoggle post by MotleyGrue at Nov 18,2014 12:08am
It looked cool in the youtube videos, need to check it out moar.



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