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Michael Ross

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1 Posted on 03/31/2015 at 15:52:26Direct link to this post
The Top 5 for Overdrive
With over 100 overdrive pedals listed on just one gear-shopping website, how does one choose the top five? The first order of business is to define the terms: An overdrive pedal should have enough volume to distort a clean amplifier before adding gain from the pedal. It should also have enough gain to provide a dirty sound on its own, though anything over a mild distortion is gravy...

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2 Posted on 04/01/2015 at 01:53:55Direct link to this post
I know it might be outdated or not as glamorous, but my RAT makes my tele sing or scream on command. How does that legend not even make consideration!? I like it more than the route 66

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3 Posted on 04/01/2015 at 02:08:59Direct link to this post
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What I love most about this pedal is how well it reacts to my Trombetta Feederbone dual fuzz, together giving me seven fabulous flavors of filth.


Guitarists might be the only people that love multiple flavors of filth :mdr:

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4 Posted on 04/02/2015 at 07:30:06Direct link to this post
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Guitarists might be the only people that love multiple flavors of filth :mdr:

Yes, indeed. :bravo:
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