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Old 10-16-2017, 01:29 PM
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Belly button adjuster?
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Old 10-16-2017, 02:17 PM
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Belly button adjuster?
Hah!
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Old 10-16-2017, 02:55 PM
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And another...



Lot's o' clues here.

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the supremo 5 knobber butler tube driver
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Old 10-16-2017, 04:00 PM
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The Supremo 5 knobber belly button adjuster overdrive.
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Old 10-16-2017, 05:36 PM
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the supremo 5 knobber butler tube driver
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Great choice Bob! I've been using one of those daily for almost 30 yrs.
The Tube Driver keeps on pushing, and many electroharmonix/digitech junk boxes just die and go away.
Enjoy the drive!!!
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Old 10-16-2017, 08:05 PM
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Great choice Bob! I've been using one of those daily for almost 30 yrs.
The Tube Driver keeps on pushing, and many electroharmonix/digitech junk boxes just die and go away.
Enjoy the drive!!!
Thank you very much! And oh, my. Great drive. I've done a tour of my amps with this thing and have been amazed at the character of the driver.

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this is the one i have. it actually works well whether it is a 12ax7 or 12at7.

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this is the one i have. it actually works well whether it is a 12ax7 or 12at7.

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Looks like a real road warrior! I remember when those came out and remember wanting one. There was that funny rapid-fire period where the two Tube Works versions and the Ibanez and one other, all really versions of the same, came out within about a year.

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Looks like a real road warrior! I remember when those came out and remember wanting one. There was that funny rapid-fire period where the two Tube Works versions and the Ibanez and one other, all really versions of the same, came out within about a year.

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for the longest time, i would bounce between the tube works and the original tech 21 sans amp. both were so good that i would leave both out and then i would just choose which one i wanted to use. now, i use a fulltone fulldrive 3 that has both a boost and an overdrive. it has a germanium transistor in a compressor circuit that really does the job.

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Congratulations on your new pedal Bob! A classic....
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Looks interesting Also looks to require regular 120v AC ?
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