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post Apr 21 2015, 11:25 AM
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Todd Simpson
post Apr 23 2015, 10:05 AM
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Good one smile.gif The hand made one is four times the size. Glad they made a small version. Very cool smile.gif Still one of the best overdrive pedals ever made.


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post Apr 23 2015, 11:52 AM
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Its also a cause for GAS smile.gif

Liking what it does more and more, one starts to look at alternatives to nail the tone a touch more. Probably thats why its copied so much smile.gif

I still dig my bb9 more for dist. boosting but for in between tones (semi-distorted) its really useful. Not in near future but I do plan to upgrade to a maxon someday.


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post Apr 28 2015, 08:43 PM
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So THAT'S how they do it?!

Please hold while I go throw my Ibanez Airplane Flanger in the dryer to clear some space on my pedal board tongue.gif


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