Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

if i was gonna suggest a modestly priced, friendly and versatile reentry drive, it would be the fulltone ocd

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

What kind of pedal do you use when you're face down in the gutter with no where else to go ?

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What kind of petal do you use when the woman you love is grinding you into the ground because she's crazy and has more options than the Death Star ?

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What kind of pedal do you use when your girlfriend chuckholds others against you, but then when you call her out on it she says you're just "insecure" and  "jealous"

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

big muffs are great for that.

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setyabacksetyabacksetya wrote:

big muffs are great for that.

Nailed it.

- Nathan

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

http://i.imgur.com/PNg6yb5.jpg?1
'62 Reissue Jaguar modded with a stock Jazzmaster and Mastery bridge (just took it to the shop to have a Lindy Fralin hum-cancelling JM put in). Not visible in this photo is Joe Cool and Woodstock chilling on the neck w/ Snoopy's dog house on the reverse smile
http://i.imgur.com/QPZJGej.jpg?1
A messy presentation if there ever was one but the pedals aside from the tuner are a Moog delay, a Mr. Wizard (the danelectro Fab Tone circuit bent for maximum earbleed), Montreal Assembly Count to Five (the blue one), Death by Audio Fuzz Warr Overload Oh Sees edition, Earthquacker Rainbow Machine, Luckduck 8 bit duck (the silver one), Mission 25K expression pedal, Dwarfcraft Pitch Grinder and a mini Moog trem. All through an early 70s twin. The expression pedal controls the delay, trem, Count to Five and Rainbow machine. The weakest link is probably the Fuzz Warr but it does what its supposed to. I like my tone to be clean and drenched in reverb with tiny bits of pitch bent madness to give the appearance I know how to play guitar (or annoy the shit of everyone) smile My next step should be to have a box made that will give me a clean boost and on a second switch activate the expression as a volume pedal.

watch out for the gypsy children in electric dresses they're insane
i hear they live in crematoriums and smoke your remains

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

sleepysilverdoor wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/PNg6yb5.jpg?1
'62 Reissue Jaguar modded with a stock Jazzmaster and Mastery bridge (just took it to the shop to have a Lindy Fralin hum-cancelling JM put in). Not visible in this photo is Joe Cool and Woodstock chilling on the neck w/ Snoopy's dog house on the reverse smile
http://i.imgur.com/QPZJGej.jpg?1
A messy presentation if there ever was one but the pedals aside from the tuner are a Moog delay, a Mr. Wizard (the danelectro Fab Tone circuit bent for maximum earbleed), Montreal Assembly Count to Five (the blue one), Death by Audio Fuzz Warr Overload Oh Sees edition, Earthquacker Rainbow Machine, Luckduck 8 bit duck (the silver one), Mission 25K expression pedal, Dwarfcraft Pitch Grinder and a mini Moog trem. All through an early 70s twin. The expression pedal controls the delay, trem, Count to Five and Rainbow machine. The weakest link is probably the Fuzz Warr but it does what its supposed to. I like my tone to be clean and drenched in reverb with tiny bits of pitch bent madness to give the appearance I know how to play guitar (or annoy the shit of everyone) smile My next step should be to have a box made that will give me a clean boost and on a second switch activate the expression as a volume pedal.


Cool stuff! You shouldn't need the buzz-stop on the Jaguar now that you have a Mastery -- if the Mastery is set up correctly. You'll be amazed at how much better your tremolo feels once you get that taken off! The Mastery increases the sustain and resonance, but in a sense you're kind of choking that back off with the Buzz Stop.

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

sleepysilverdoor wrote:

http://i.imgur.com/PNg6yb5.jpg?1
'62 Reissue Jaguar modded with a stock Jazzmaster and Mastery bridge (just took it to the shop to have a Lindy Fralin hum-cancelling JM put in). Not visible in this photo is Joe Cool and Woodstock chilling on the neck w/ Snoopy's dog house on the reverse smile
http://i.imgur.com/QPZJGej.jpg?1
A messy presentation if there ever was one but the pedals aside from the tuner are a Moog delay, a Mr. Wizard (the danelectro Fab Tone circuit bent for maximum earbleed), Montreal Assembly Count to Five (the blue one), Death by Audio Fuzz Warr Overload Oh Sees edition, Earthquacker Rainbow Machine, Luckduck 8 bit duck (the silver one), Mission 25K expression pedal, Dwarfcraft Pitch Grinder and a mini Moog trem. All through an early 70s twin. The expression pedal controls the delay, trem, Count to Five and Rainbow machine. The weakest link is probably the Fuzz Warr but it does what its supposed to. I like my tone to be clean and drenched in reverb with tiny bits of pitch bent madness to give the appearance I know how to play guitar (or annoy the shit of everyone) smile My next step should be to have a box made that will give me a clean boost and on a second switch activate the expression as a volume pedal.


Cool stuff! You shouldn't need the buzz-stop on the Jaguar now that you have a Mastery -- if the Mastery is set up correctly. You'll be amazed at how much better your tremolo feels once you get that taken off! The Mastery increases the sustain and resonance, but in a sense you're kind of choking that back off with the Buzz Stop.

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

setyabacksetyabacksetya wrote:

Cool stuff! You shouldn't need the buzz-stop on the Jaguar now that you have a Mastery -- if the Mastery is set up correctly. You'll be amazed at how much better your tremolo feels once you get that taken off! The Mastery increases the sustain and resonance, but in a sense you're kind of choking that back off with the Buzz Stop.

Good to know Setya! Yeah--I love that Mastery bridge--I've had it for a couple of years now. As a matter of fact I just threw a Mastery String Tree on the headstock. I'll definitely remove that buzz-stop once I pick it up from my guitar guy smile

watch out for the gypsy children in electric dresses they're insane
i hear they live in crematoriums and smoke your remains

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

New pick guard (and pickup, but you can't really see it under the old face plate) smile

http://i.imgur.com/jUfX7xU.jpg?1

watch out for the gypsy children in electric dresses they're insane
i hear they live in crematoriums and smoke your remains

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looks sharp!!

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just picked up a holy grail neo

http://www.ehx.com/products/holy-grail-neo

totally diggin it. a nice set and forget complement to the very abundant tc hall of fame

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realmac wrote:

just picked up a holy grail neo

http://www.ehx.com/products/holy-grail-neo

totally diggin it. a nice set and forget complement to the very abundant tc hall of fame

nice. i have a holy grail nano in my loop. it's great, but i'd love to trade the weirdo "flerb" setting for a plate reverb.

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

setyabacksetyabacksetya wrote:
realmac wrote:

just picked up a holy grail neo

http://www.ehx.com/products/holy-grail-neo

totally diggin it. a nice set and forget complement to the very abundant tc hall of fame

nice. i have a holy grail nano in my loop. it's great, but i'd love to trade the weirdo "flerb" setting for a plate reverb.

i feel ya, this is a good upgrade

it really is a pretty spacey pedal tho, even with three more normal verb tones. that knob takes it out there pretty quick

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

realmac wrote:
setyabacksetyabacksetya wrote:
realmac wrote:

just picked up a holy grail neo

http://www.ehx.com/products/holy-grail-neo

totally diggin it. a nice set and forget complement to the very abundant tc hall of fame

nice. i have a holy grail nano in my loop. it's great, but i'd love to trade the weirdo "flerb" setting for a plate reverb.

i feel ya, this is a good upgrade

it really is a pretty spacey pedal tho, even with three more normal verb tones. that knob takes it out there pretty quick

I find anything over halfway up the dial becomes so spacey that i have to limit it to small doses. It's groovy but not for all the time smile I leave it on all the time, spring setting, with the level sit at 9-10pm. With the effects loop on the orange head, it really sounds like the reverb is "in" the amp, like a nice old squishy compressed fender.

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

https://youtu.be/RLwrx2x7q9I

excellent use of phaser in the intro!! easily my single biggest addiction among my greater gear sickness, i have about half dozen phasers and more on the way

the keeley phase 24 is by far my favorite, two great settings, goes from very subtle to WOOSH!

however to pull of a scorching baby c'mon in my living room for the wife and pets, i usually employ the good ol' block phase 90...

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

gotta give some props to mooer. got a couple of their mini pedals recently the hustle drive (ocd clone) and reecho (digi delay with tape echo and analog settings)

man these things sound great and are a ton of fun!!

spent a while just jamming mini-pedals last night til i broke my high E

http://i.imgur.com/QPQZokO.jpg

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when break your high E you can play like Keith

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...ist good fun that keef riffing. Also makes it easier to understand yo the banjo...

"It´s a fine line between clever and..eh.. stupid"

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sleepysilverdoor wrote:

New pick guard (and pickup, but you can't really see it under the old face plate) smile

http://i.imgur.com/jUfX7xU.jpg?1


SSD!?

Why would you not come to me about this, first!?!?

Why have we STILL not had a "Hang", yet!?

I've been laying low, all year. Not gonna lie. VK destroyed a LARGE part of my soul. I'm still regaining my strength....

But, call me, dude!

Let's make a record! Winter is coming! The PERFECT time to stay inside all day, and make NOISE!

Talk Soon, Bud.

now, they're gonna burn me....

Re: jangley guitars, angular chops: guitar gear thread

realmac wrote:

so i bought it
https://www.jhspedals.com/products/guit … colourbox/

and i bought this phase 24 with the roshni robert art
https://robertkeeley.com/Keeley_Art_Mon … dals_Week1

yea, might get one of these . i got an china squire fender. i play like shit though

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this came over the weekend

http://i.imgur.com/2yp3dp1.jpg

49 (edited by setyabacksetyabacksetya 2015-10-26 08:30:26)

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realmac wrote:

this came over the weekend

http://i.imgur.com/2yp3dp1.jpg

That's Henretta, yeah? Local mojo. Kevin, the guy who makes those, is in a band with my friend. I've been coveting one of these:

http://files.effectsdatabase.com/gear/pics/henretta_choadblaster_003.jpg

You've been on a pretty impressive run with new effects eh?

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sleepysilverdoor wrote:

New pick guard (and pickup, but you can't really see it under the old face plate) smile

http://i.imgur.com/jUfX7xU.jpg?1


So. . . how are you liking it without the buzz-stop?