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post Nov 14 2016, 10:59 AM
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https://reverb.com/news/players-picks-top-2...126daa-57329261

According to reverb's sales;

The Best-Selling Overdrive Pedals on Reverb: Nov 2015 - Nov 2016
Rank Model Price
1 Electro-Harmonix Soul Food $50 - $79
2 Paul Cochrane Timmy $115 - $130
3 Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer $65 - $100
4 Fulltone OCD V4 $80 - $115
5 Xotic EP Booster $80 - $115
6 Boss BD-2 Blues Driver $50 - $99
7 Boss SD-1 Super Overdrive $30 - $49
8 Ibanez Tube Screamer Mini $65 - $80
9 J. Rockett Archer $130 - $189
10 Fulltone Full-Drive 2 MOSFET $80 - $115
11 JHS Morning Glory $140 - $199
12 Klon KTR $220 - $270
13 Xotic RC Booster $110 - $169
14 Analogman King of Tone V4 $400 - $500
15 Ibanez TS808 Tube Screamer Reissue $100 - $179
16 Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII $120 - $169
17 J. Rockett Archer Ikon $150 - $199
18 JHS Superbolt $135 - $199
19 Walrus Audio Voyager $120 - $189
20 Earthquaker Devices Palisades $180 - $250

I'm not familiar with reverb (these are all used?) but found it interesting that there's no low-end China stuff in the list.


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post Nov 14 2016, 02:40 PM
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That's a really interesting list, I'm glad you found it. Reverb is kind of like eBay for music gear, some retailers and some second hand. The Timmy is high on my list to try.

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post Nov 14 2016, 04:09 PM
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Alot of those aren't actually OD's, they're boosts ... EP booster, Ikon Archer, Xotic RC, Klon, Soul Food. *The Timmy is indeed a great drive pedal.

I sell a lot on 'Reverb'. None of the hassles that plague Ebay (so far anyway). Generally the buyers are a little more discerning and the gear is 1) a bit more high end and 2) a bit higher priced than ebay, even for the same stuff. 3) return/refund policy is simpler than ebay. 4) Cheaper and less fees! 5) Being a 'bad' seller or 'bad' customer (not paying/not delivering) will get you banished quickly and permanently.
Everything's a bit more civil over there.
Here's my 'shop' ... https://reverb.com/shop/kenneths-gear-bazaar-4
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post Nov 14 2016, 08:11 PM
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QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 14 2016, 03:09 PM) *
Alot of those aren't actually OD's, they're boosts ...


True, overdrive in term is slapped to so many products its got out of hand. For example, I recently wrote about a pedal format amp (regular 9v pedal but amp sounding with cab. sim.) and most seller websites place them in overdrive category tongue.gif


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post Nov 15 2016, 12:03 AM
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QUOTE (Mertay @ Nov 14 2016, 12:11 PM) *
True, overdrive in term is slapped to so many products its got out of hand. For example, I recently wrote about a pedal format amp (regular 9v pedal but amp sounding with cab. sim.) and most seller websites place them in overdrive category tongue.gif


Yes, and why so many players are disappointed with certain drives. They're using them for/in the wrong application.
There's hardly anything out there now that I would say is a 'bad' overdrive (or whatever) pedal. The player needs to know what it is they're trying to accomplish ... and with what effect.


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Agreed on all points smile.gif It's a bit more high end in general than ebay IMHO and folks that buy/sell are mostly musicians instead of parents buying for children it seems which seems to happen wads more on ebay towards xmas. I sold my ESP monster graphic to a guy only to find out it was for his pre tween daughter cause she liked monsters. He paid so can burn the guitar if he wants. But yeah, reverb it the nicer side of things it seems smile.gif

QUOTE (klasaine @ Nov 14 2016, 11:09 AM) *
Alot of those aren't actually OD's, they're boosts ... EP booster, Ikon Archer, Xotic RC, Klon, Soul Food. *The Timmy is indeed a great drive pedal.

I sell a lot on 'Reverb'. None of the hassles that plague Ebay (so far anyway). Generally the buyers are a little more discerning and the gear is 1) a bit more high end and 2) a bit higher priced than ebay, even for the same stuff. 3) return/refund policy is simpler than ebay. 4) Cheaper and less fees! 5) Being a 'bad' seller or 'bad' customer (not paying/not delivering) will get you banished quickly and permanently.
Everything's a bit more civil over there.
Here's my 'shop' ... https://reverb.com/shop/kenneths-gear-bazaar-4
I'm always adding new stuff.


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