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HarrySeven - Intangible Asset Appraiser & Wrecker of Civilisation. Searching for weird guitars - so you don't have to.
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 5706
    One can argue with the incorrect use of the apostrophe. ;)
    Be seeing you.
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  • SassafrasSassafras Frets: 18308
    Almost makes me want to buy it to reward his honesty - if it wasn't so shit.
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  • fandangofandango Frets: 1644
    Surely we all need a yellow pedal on our boards?

    The first step in calculating which way to go is to find out where you are - Maggie T.

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  • Sassafras said:
    Almost makes me want to buy it to reward his honesty - if it wasn't so shit.
    It kind of made me want to buy it just to see how bad it sounds!
    Too much gain... is just about enough \m/

    I'm probably only member of this forum mentioned by name in Whiskey in the Jar

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  • guitars4youguitars4you Frets: 6425
    edited February 2 tFB Trader
    Funnily enough I've done such a quote before in the shop, maybe some while ago - In a tongue in cheek way  - What was then frustrating is how many then want a chat about it as to why it is 'crap' or indeed disagree with you
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  • ICBMICBM Frets: 44813
    The remarkable thing is that it *isn't* shit - they're actually pretty good. That is, if you want almost laugh-out-loud accurate Clapton recorded sounds and aren't fussed about versatility or whether it's adaptable to how you play.

    The Brian May and Hendrix ones are great too. The only surprise really is that the Clapton one isn't in the same format with the expression pedal. I can't remember if they did any other ones...

    "Take these three items, some WD-40, a vise grip, and a roll of duct tape. Any man worth his salt can fix almost any problem with this stuff alone." - Walt Kowalski

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  • rossirossi Frets: 854
    I have often sold stuff on ebay with a  warts an all description .it works ,Instead of puffing up a pile of junk just tell its junk and people flock to you .
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  • stickersticker Frets: 669
    ICBM said:
    The remarkable thing is that it *isn't* shit - they're actually pretty good. That is, if you want almost laugh-out-loud accurate Clapton recorded sounds and aren't fussed about versatility or whether it's adaptable to how you play.

    The Brian May and Hendrix ones are great too. The only surprise really is that the Clapton one isn't in the same format with the expression pedal. I can't remember if they did any other ones...
    IIRC the Dan Donegan “The Weapon” was the first of these . 
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  • drwiddlydrwiddly Frets: 744
    My son-in -law has a Scott Ian of Anthrax signature pedal. He likes it  :o
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  • thecolourboxthecolourbox Frets: 4985
    ICBM said:
    The remarkable thing is that it *isn't* shit - they're actually pretty good. That is, if you want almost laugh-out-loud accurate Clapton recorded sounds and aren't fussed about versatility or whether it's adaptable to how you play.

    The Brian May and Hendrix ones are great too. The only surprise really is that the Clapton one isn't in the same format with the expression pedal. I can't remember if they did any other ones...
    I've had the May and Hendrix ones of these and they are brilliant, I'd always heard the same of the Clapton one but as I really hate his music and sounds I've never bothered with it.

    Would have the Hendrix one again certainly but they now cost a lot more than I bought and sold mine for
    I want to be forgotten, and I don't want to be reminded
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  • FunkfingersFunkfingers Frets: 5706
    edited February 2
    ICBM said:
    The remarkable thing is that it *isn't* shit - they're actually pretty good. That is, if you want almost laugh-out-loud accurate Clapton recorded sounds and aren't fussed about versatility or whether it's adaptable to how you play.
    Some customers asked for and received digitally modelled renditions of those musicians whose music they seek to replicate.

    In similar vein, the Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall (RAH) pedal really only delivers if you play a Les Paul with the dynamic stylings of James Patrick Page. 

    Anyone striving for originality is probably best advised to look elsewhere.


    EDIT: If I were forced to choose an artist signature pedal, it would probably be the Pigtronix Bernie Worrell envelope phaser.

    Be seeing you.
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