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Discussion in 'Pedals' started by redwinepaul, May 10, 2012.
ooh, good one. i always wanted this pedal, never got one. does it have the TS mid hump? i forget
I've never used a TS so I don't really know.
It don't think it does. It is extremely transparant and neutral sounding. It just makes the amp sound better without any colour to your orignal tone.
The OD on the Moller is an improvement on the Alberta OD. The Tone control on the Moller lets you go from dark and thick to almost Treble Booster type tones. The Mix know lets you mix the OD with your clean signal, you can basically get any mild OD tone from it you want. The clean boost, is exactly that, a VERY GOOD clean boost.
The one pictured is my spare. I have one on my board, and the one above be carried around with my practice amp (modded champ 600) to lessons.
Awesome pedals. If I was in the market for heavier distortion, TREX would be top of my list.
Here's mine at the moment....
Do want the Okko!
Cracking pedal, can do all sorts and is very versatile with the volt switch too. Try one if you can.
My personal favorites...
My new gal...
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ivjSlF3FhE]Sweetwater Minute - Vol. 143, Alairex HALO Overdrive Pedal Demo - YouTube[/ame]
not exactly a pedal, but it's the best purchase I've made pedal-wise in a very long time
as for actual pedals:
Not only my favorite pedal, one of only 2 or 3 overdrive pedals that I actually like. For those of you who don't know what this is, it's the G2D creamtone (its like a lower gain, warmer, more articulate Tim pedal.)
My 2 new favourites
Love both of these. The Medusa needs a bit of time to remember what all the settings are !.
(just snaffled an Orange Micro Terror too)
Changed my mind....THIS ONE
This one for me, got it a xmas and absolutely love the drop tune settings, i love playing metal but never have been bothered to drop down really low for heavy stuff and this lets me do it without touching the tuners....win!
god i miss mine sometimes
Not rare or boutique, but works for me. Only constant in my ever changing lineup of amps and pedals. Tons of output, and a smooth overdrive sound.
I just ordered that M-77 OD today.
i have a few favorites.
IMG_1029 (1200x900) by politenessman, on Flickr
this is a teece rmc wheels of fire wah. it nails disreali gears and does a lot more.
IMG_1030 (1200x900) by politenessman, on Flickr
this is the best sounding analog delay i have ever heard. pricey but worth it.
IMG_1032 (1200x900) by politenessman, on Flickr
I'll be pimping these things for quite awhile I think.