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Old 06-23-2021, 02:51 PM
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1975 mxr distortion+
1976 ibanez phaser
1975 voice box
1975 Dharma sound sweeper (envelope filter)
1976 coloursound wah

All sold on and no longer in my possession
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Old 06-23-2021, 03:03 PM
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echo & tremolo pedal combo from 1963 for ampeg gemini II with hammond reverb float spring unit..got for my 15th birthday almost 40 years ago
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So weíve seen a magnificent guitar collection, and more than one poster referring to pedals that they no longer own.

Does no-one read the OP any more?
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So weíve seen a magnificent guitar collection, and more than one poster referring to pedals that they no longer own.

Does no-one read the OP any more?
From the OP: "Include the oldest one you ever had even if you got rid of it."

Looks like reading comprehension may be the problem.
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From the OP: "Include the oldest one you ever had even if you got rid of it."

Looks like reading comprehension may be the problem.
Oops - my mistake.

Still doesnít explain the guitar collection, but I retreat, suitably embarrassed.
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Oops - my mistake.

Still doesnít explain the guitar collection, but I retreat, suitably embarrassed.
Ha! Nah, I've done far worse than that! And yeah, I commented on the guitars too.
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Old 06-24-2021, 01:33 PM
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Great pedals!

I still have my Boss Turbo Distortion and Boss Hi Band Flanger pedals that I bought back in '88 / '90. Mint with original packaging. I didn't know what I was buying. Never liked the Turbo Distortion and I should have bought a chorus rather than a flanger. My bandmate had a chorus so I bought the flanger. They were very seldom used pedals outside my bedroom that first year.
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Old 06-24-2021, 07:52 PM
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I still have an Electro-Harmonix LPB-1 preamp (not really a pedal but plugged directly into the amp) that came with the 1972 Les Paul Custom that I bought in 1974. I don’t know the age of it past that.

I also have the Electro-Harmonix Small Stone phase shifter and a Thomas Organ Crybaby pedal, both of which were purchased in 1975-76 timeframe. Those years are a bit fuzzy...
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Not really a 'pedal' per se, but I still use my version 1 Line 6 POD...bought almost literally the day they came out, back in about '97. Still sounds great using either Fender or Marshall-derived mods. I run through a Boss CS-3 before it hits the POD...bought that not long after I got the POD...still using it, too...always on, which makes all the difference in the world.

In the past, I've had several others, many of which I regret 'moving on' from, as they're now pricey, 'vintage' FX, including the original MXR Phase 90, Distortion +, Dunlop 'Fuzz-face', MuTron envelope follower. Gave away or traded all that stuff long ago.
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I had these at one time:


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I had these at one time:


Good grief, that's like one big chapter out of the history book all in one place. Cool stuff.
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Old 06-26-2021, 04:40 AM
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Just got this one today. Iím guessing 80ís.
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Old 06-26-2021, 06:47 AM
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I can't read the manufacture. What is it? I tried googling it but can't find it.

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Just got this one today. Iím guessing 80ís.
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Old 06-26-2021, 01:04 PM
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I can't read the manufacture. What is it? I tried googling it but can't find it.

Itís a Starcaster by Fender chorus. Came with my guitar deal. I guess itís quite rare and sounds better than the name suggests.
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Old 06-27-2021, 10:21 AM
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Somewhere around here I have (I think) a Radio Shack fuzz pedal from 1971 or so. It made a sound like a gigantic sheet of canvas being ripped.

D.H.
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