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The "Who's GASing for what?" thread

Postby 0xdfx » Fri May 03, 2013 3:16 pm

So who's jonesing for what at the moment? I don't believe for a second that anyone is on here who hasn't got something lined up in their sights!

Top in line for me is a Diamond Compressor, been meaning to try one for a while. Same with the TC Flashback Delay, but it just isn't a vital purchase until I have a bit more disposable money floating around (never then!). However the pedal I simply cannot justify in a million years but really gets me interested is the Earthquaker Devices Rainbow Machine.

What are you after?
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby EffectsDatabase » Fri May 03, 2013 5:24 pm

I was drooling over that 5KVNQW0RK5 Valkyrie from the "Circuits to Cure Cancer" auctions:

valkyrie.JPG
http://www.ebay.com/itm/281095322899
http://www.effectsdatabase.com/model/5k ... 5/valkyrie

It's an update of this one (from when the brand name was still a little easier to write :mrgreen: ):
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Skunqworks Blackbird - Intervalic Analog Harmonizing Fuzz

And a clone of the Schumann PLL:
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Schumann PLL
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Blakemore Effects » Fri May 03, 2013 5:52 pm

I'd love an Analogman Peppermint fuzz, or as my other thread would suggest, the purple Way Huge Piercing Moose that's on eBay!
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby 0xdfx » Fri May 03, 2013 8:00 pm

That purple moose is calling to me too, don't even know what it is dammit!

Bart, that thing looks crazy! It would take most my board up but it looks intense! Never heard of it either.

Circuits to cure cancer is an awesome cause, it's great how so many builders got stuck in there.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby innerflight » Sat May 04, 2013 12:30 pm

Im lusting after a Pigdog Heavy Load, seem hard to get at the moment
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby univalve » Sat May 04, 2013 7:31 pm

innerflight wrote:Im lusting after a Pigdog Heavy Load, seem hard to get at the moment

Jepp, me too. :mrgreen:
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby melx » Sun May 05, 2013 2:25 am

0xdfx wrote:I don't believe for a second that anyone is on here who hasn't got something lined up in their sights!


... that would be me. :D
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby daCod » Thu May 09, 2013 10:04 pm

for whatever reason, i cannot for the life of me get the evil VOX TB's outta my head. therefore...

a DAM 1966 that wont kill my already dying bank account, as well as the other VOX TB's i.e. SFT/OC76 and the rare (i think?) Si version.

patience....
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hear for yourself...
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Gearphoria » Thu May 09, 2013 11:16 pm

Prescription Electronics Yardbox.
The guitar gear magazine you've been waiting for...
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby ohrottenone » Fri May 10, 2013 11:54 am

Short rundown:

Sanford & Sonny Bluebeard

MI Effects Megalith Delta

Okko Dominator

Biyang Metal End Pro

Zcat Pedals Big Reverb

MoenFX GEC438

Digitech XP300 Space Station (why did I have to sell mine way back then....!)
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby 0xdfx » Fri May 10, 2013 12:42 pm

Not a lot then :)

Okko Dominator was on my list for a long long time, until I changed my old Traynor YCV50 which took distortion pedals really well to the Hughes And Kettner Tubemeister 36 which hates them. It seems to be a really ballsy pedal. It was next on the try list until I settled on a Railhead TUA and then like I say I changed amps and it never happened. The Moen FX switchers look fantastic too - I was considering the GEC9 but in the end decided I couldn't drop that kind of money on a switcher at the moment.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby ohrottenone » Fri May 10, 2013 4:43 pm

A low- to medium-gain OD would probably work best with the Tubemeister on the 2. channel, I guess. Or do you use the pedal through the clean channel? MoenFX have quite a bang for the buck, definitely on my list.

I want to try out the Biyang pedal simply because I've heard a German engineer is responsible for the designs and they offer a lot for a very low price.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Sir HC » Sat May 11, 2013 3:03 am

Gearphoria wrote:Prescription Electronics Yardbox.


3 or 4 knob version?
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Sir HC » Sat May 11, 2013 3:06 am

ohrottenone wrote:Short rundown:

Sanford & Sonny Bluebeard



Sonny and Atomic Music are local to me. They are still around, you can ask them on e-bay too (or their website http://atomicmusic.com/ ) Sonny was an employee there and they would sell the pedals for him. He also roadied for Wino with The Hidden Hand.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby Sir HC » Sat May 11, 2013 3:07 am

EffectsDatabase wrote:I was drooling over that 5KVNQW0RK5 Valkyrie from the "Circuits to Cure Cancer" auctions:

valkyrie.JPG
http://www.ebay.com/itm/281095322899
http://www.effectsdatabase.com/model/5k ... 5/valkyrie

It's an update of this one (from when the brand name was still a little easier to write :mrgreen: ):
Image
Skunqworks Blackbird - Intervalic Analog Harmonizing Fuzz

And a clone of the Schumann PLL:
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Schumann PLL


I have played and tweeked the black one. It is a lot of fun. The final ones will have some extra mods to add some extra awesomeness. It tracks better than the old Maestro Rhythm and Sound/Woodwind Sound Systems. Those were great for doing octave shifts back and forth...
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby ohrottenone » Sat May 11, 2013 12:11 pm

Sir HC wrote:
ohrottenone wrote:Short rundown:

Sanford & Sonny Bluebeard



Sonny and Atomic Music are local to me. They are still around, you can ask them on e-bay too (or their website http://atomicmusic.com/ ) Sonny was an employee there and they would sell the pedals for him. He also roadied for Wino with The Hidden Hand.


Yeah, I wrote him an email last year. I guess I'll probably be ordering from him the coming month.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby 0xdfx » Mon May 13, 2013 1:32 pm

ohrottenone wrote:A low- to medium-gain OD would probably work best with the Tubemeister on the 2. channel, I guess. Or do you use the pedal through the clean channel?

Yeah that's how I find it works best. The clean channel just doesn't take pedals well at all, the crunch a lot better providing your wanting to overdrive it further - set cleanly to take a high gain pedal it still isn't great.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby JohnnyC » Tue May 14, 2013 8:32 am

Digitech whammy DT (Lined up just waiting for a reply) and a 339
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby soapbars » Fri May 17, 2013 1:32 pm

Been wanting a subdecay proteus recently.
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Re: The who's GASing for what thread

Postby 0xdfx » Sat May 18, 2013 11:51 pm

soapbars wrote:Been wanting a subdecay proteus recently.
pretty much anything subdecay make seems to be pure gold. Been meaning to try a liquid sunshine mkiii
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