Poll: What do you want for the next group buy?

Discussion in 'Pedals' started by Beerdog80, Jan 15, 2013.

Which pedal would you like to see as a group buy?

  1. Another boost?

    4 vote(s)
    7.8%
  2. Klon Clone

    10 vote(s)
    19.6%
  3. TS/Overdrive Clone

    7 vote(s)
    13.7%
  4. Delay/Compression

    15 vote(s)
    29.4%
  5. Full on Dirt pedal

    15 vote(s)
    29.4%
  1. Beerdog80

    Beerdog80 Banned

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    $65--ish. NONE of these prices are in stone. It will vary depending on how many jump on this train. The more we get, the cheaper it goes.
     
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    I'm in!

    Haven't made my mind up on DIY or assembled but I definitely want in on this one as I missed the last build and regret it!
     
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    If you guys do a DMM will you choose the vintage circuit or newer one?
     
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    Probably a cross between the two for simplicity.
     
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    That sounds freaking awesome. I could definitely get in for that price. Especially if it gets me something like a vintage DMM with a nice painted enclosure.

    What a steal.:thumb:
     
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    An enclosure painted by me and decaled up with be a little more. Again, that was bare boned, DIY to the hilt price.
     
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    Coming in anywhere under $100 will be worth it, especially with the price of both the vintage and modern DMMs. Those things aren't cheap.
     
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    It will still be absurdly cheap for anyone not paying US guitar pedal prices. As I keep saying - I really don't think you know how well you're off.

    I'll want the DMM preassembled with all the fancy looks, I'm sick of grey metal boxes :)
     
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    Yeah, I've been to shops in your country and the prices just seem so unfair. American's are very spoiled. I'll be the first to admit that :D
     
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    Yup, all of us in North America. . . :wave:
     
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    Are prices there shitty as well? I've only been to Toronto. Didn't do any shopping though.
     
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    Sorry, poorly worded and quoted. . .

    Prices here are very similar to the US. We are horribly spoiled as well. . .
     
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    Ah. But it's good to be spoiled! :dude:
     
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    the exhange rate is in the neighbourhood of 1:6.8 at the moment but in actual practice you have have to count with 1:10...
     
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    I hate typing on toucg screens. sorry for any typos.
     
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    With the poll closing down soon I dont want to throw more pedals into the mix buuuuuuuuuut How about a Zvex SHO clone? Cheap pedal to make and I dont know anyone that doesn't like it :)
     
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    That would fall more under boosts but if you want one, we can work that out. I've got several boards already at home for that. I've been toying with that circuit for a bit now.
     
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    Oh, I always count on prices being in flux until the group buy is an absolutely done deal.

    So roughly $65-$100 or so? Sounds like a steal if we can get it in that range.

    I'm in, regardless. :thumb:

    As far as a DMM goes, is there any possibility of extending the delay times on tap? I know it's limited by what the components in the analog circuit can handle, but if there was one thing I wished my old DMM could have done was add a little more time between repeats.

    I may be alone in that desire...just thinking out loud here. :thumb:
     
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    Don't know about that. IF we go with a DMM, then I would have to take a close look at the circuit to see what can be done. So far, I've only recieved 4 replies for a DMM.
     
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    Maybe once this thread is closed and you figured out which pedals, maybe you can make another thread as a tally for who wants one. I'm sure people don't want to read all x pages this thread has gone for to figure out what pedals have been said/not said etc
     

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