Let’s see those pedals?

To go with the silly “let’s see those guitars” post that only serves as a show and tell, let’s see those pedals?  Cause why not?  Stand by and get ready for the let’s see those amps thread shortly to follow.  Because in the overall scheme of things, I’m just not that ready to stop stroking myself.  All pedals seen below are are for sale.  Well that is unless I get jelly to someone else's pedals and then they show me what amp and guitar complete the whole trinity and then I must go after blood!!! But anyways, pedals, pedals for sale.  For sale pedals let me know (as in you are inquiring to purchase, not me inquiring to acquire more) and all will be good in the world!

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  • mattsl1983mattsl1983 Posts: 556
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,569
    Can you tell us more about the Dark Side pedal?
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • mattsl1983mattsl1983 Posts: 556
    dudeman said:
    Can you tell us more about the Dark Side pedal?
    Sorry for the late delay, the day I posted this is also the day I headed out to the DR to get ready for OBH4.  Have been kind of untuned.  What would you like to know?  The Fuzz side doesn’t have a lot of “tweakable” knobs, but the the flat, scooped, and full switches I found make it way easier to dial in a certain tone than the fuzz face.  Doesn’t touch the Russian muff (not pictured, it’s a keeper).  For the modulation side, all three settings sound great.  My only complaint is if you set it for a certain binson delay, and then want to go after a flange rotary thing, you have to adjust.  Nothing sounds bad, it just depends if you want a set it and forget it or if you want to play all the options on it.  If it’s the delay settings you are going for then I would highly suggest the alter ego 4.  It’ll get you damn close to any vintage delay you want and give you three presets with a tap tempo.  It just kind of depends on what you are looking for.  OBH4 kicks off tomorrow so I probably won’t be responding for the next few days or so.  But all are priced around reverb prices, more like 10 percent lower.  Only reason I have all these and am looking to unload is I’ve got the pedals I use and like, and these were acquired with a joint venture of a local recording studio.  Needless to say the studio didn’t hold up their end, and I don’t need all these.  Anyways feel free to ask more if I didn’t answer you in the way you were looking for.  Till then, I’m going to rock my face off with my 2nd favorite band for the next week!!
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,569
    That sounds pretty cool. I think I've got all those bases covered though. 

    Good luck with the sales and enjoy the show!

    I'll leave these here for thread integrity:


    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • xtremehardy388xtremehardy388 Posts: 2,745
    this is from 2009. I've added another DS1 (moded), BOSS Reverb, another digidelay, and a moded SD-1
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,569
    Nice.

    Did you ever get your Soul Vibe fixed?

    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • xtremehardy388xtremehardy388 Posts: 2,745
    dudeman said:
    Nice.

    Did you ever get your Soul Vibe fixed?

    I never bothered with the LED but the pedal seems to be working fine. I'll eventually get the LED fixed when/if I start playing more. Currently trying to get back in to everything but finding out most of my cables are shot AND my ROc Pro's drive channel is fading in and out. I'll have to see what is wrong but don't know where to begin
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • dudemandudeman Posts: 1,569
    Start by cleaning all of the jacks. Instrument input, speaker jacks and try to troubleshoot the amp with just a guitar and cable, no pedals.
    If hope can grow from dirt like me, it can be done. - EV
  • xtremehardy388xtremehardy388 Posts: 2,745
    dudeman said:
    Start by cleaning all of the jacks. Instrument input, speaker jacks and try to troubleshoot the amp with just a guitar and cable, no pedals.
    There's the second part of the problem. Most of my cables are shot, haha. But I'm gonna youtube how to open and clean the jacks and the pots. 
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • xtremehardy388xtremehardy388 Posts: 2,745
    dudeman said:
    Start by cleaning all of the jacks. Instrument input, speaker jacks and try to troubleshoot the amp with just a guitar and cable, no pedals.
    There's the second part of the problem. Most of my cables are shot, haha. But I'm gonna youtube how to open and clean the jacks and the pots. 
    Grand Rapids '04, Detroit '06
    JEFF HARDY AND JEFF AMENT USED TO LOOK THE SAME
    "Pearl Jam always eases my mind and fires me up at the same time.”-Jeff Hardy
  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,046
    edited April 10
    I am not a gear head or a musician.  I can strum a few chords on my acoustic but not good enough to play for anyone.
    I thought you might find this little video interesting.  The guy's name is Arthur Lee.  I seen him perform many times over the years.  And in this video he is demonstrating the 
     (B string-bender) effect that he has on his souped-up guitar I thought you might like it.

    Post edited by RYME on
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