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Todd Simpson
post Apr 17 2013, 02:18 AM
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Found a spiff web site that lets you compare apples to apples (with limitations on whats' being played and what pedals you can choose of course) stomp boxes.

You pick two pedals, hit submit and you hear a lick being played on each pedal at at time. I was comparing the TS7 with the original 808 (tube screamer nerd stuff)

http://www.oldtonezone.com/distortionoverd...l-comparinator/

Handy!!!

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Cosmin Lupu
post Apr 17 2013, 08:22 AM
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Awesome tool man smile.gif I don't know if it can really substitute the real experience of trying and testing but, it is a good starting point!


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Gabriel Leopardi
post Apr 17 2013, 04:23 PM
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It's a great idea! This should keep on growing!


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Todd Simpson
post Apr 19 2013, 05:29 AM
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Obviously this isn't meant to replace putting your ears on real gear. smile.gif It's really just a quick web tool to give you a rough idea of what two pedals sound like in relation to each other so you can be a little better equipped when you go shopping for pedals.

It's a great way to work through some Noobishness about pedals without having to embarrass oneself in a music store to cork sniffing Boutique Pedal folks that often work in Music shops smile.gif

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Awesome tool man smile.gif I don't know if it can really substitute the real experience of trying and testing but, it is a good starting point!



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post Apr 19 2013, 08:01 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Apr 19 2013, 04:29 AM) *
Obviously this isn't meant to replace putting your ears on real gear. smile.gif It's really just a quick web tool to give you a rough idea of what two pedals sound like in relation to each other so you can be a little better equipped when you go shopping for pedals.

It's a great way to work through some Noobishness about pedals without having to embarrass oneself in a music store to cork sniffing Boutique Pedal folks that often work in Music shops smile.gif

Todd


In here there aren't as many connoisseurs in the shops, so cork sniffing is not so often encountered laugh.gif But yes, it serves its purpose for teaching you a thing or two before you go out on the front to make your wallet bleed


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