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Old 07-22-2022, 02:51 PM
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I just got this email that the StewMac Ghost drive is now $25 off in case anyone interested.

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Last weekend i built these two StewMac Ghost Drive pedals. Not a difficult build but maybe not the best first project for a newbie. The pedals both work and sound great. One is on its way to a pal in California who has an original vintage Klon Centaur available for comparison.
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Good for you, Al! Man, building two of these things! Awesome!

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Good for you, Al! Man, building two of these things! Awesome!

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Thanks for your kind words Glenn! I've been tinkering with electronics for a while yet it's always a thrill the first time powering up a newly finished project
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Old 09-05-2022, 06:41 AM
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Old 09-09-2022, 10:07 AM
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I just got an Earthquake Devices "Plumes" pedal. Its supposed to be a Tube Screamer, with a little 3 way switch to choose between different clipping modes, or no clipping for just a clean boost.

To my ear, only one of the modes sounds much like a TS. I think it works better than a TS as a stand alone pedal, but I wanted it for boosting a loose classic OD sound to get a tighter more modern tone when I want it. One of the modes adds more compression, some highs end, and alot more note clarity, and works beautifully for this.
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Old 09-09-2022, 10:34 AM
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Fulltone OCD. If I could only have one pedal and a clean amp, I would be fine with an OCD. It cleans up with the volume knob. It works in front of any clean amp. It sounds great stacked with other pedals.

Every electric guitar player should own one. I know Fulltone became persona non grata for some comments he made, then chose to close up shop recently.

Independent of all that, the OCD gets my vote for the most useful overdrive ever.

Others I love:
Lovepedal Zendrive (for leads)
Xotic AC Booster (my 2nd vote for "if I could only have one pedal")
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Old 09-10-2022, 06:07 PM
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Muff for well for the muff sound! Vox Copperhead Drive for a Marshall distorted tone, and my Keeley tone workstation for clean boost and overdrives.
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Old 09-11-2022, 06:46 AM
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Zen Drive and the J Rockett Holdsworth pedal.
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Old 09-22-2022, 09:51 PM
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At the moment......

Mesa Gold mine
Nobels ODR-1

I've used so many over the years and most of the time I'm happiest just using a clean boost like the Xotic EP, but the occasional search for high gain crunch never stops for me. The ODR-1 I've had longer than any pedal I've owned and just sounds so good at low gain levels.
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