Yeah it did used to be jumping on here!!! I found it was costing me too much money - hahaha.
Just for old times sake this is my current set up (i don't actually have the UA Reverb yet, a TC HOF is place holding, but its on preorder). The Fuzz bottom right is a Basic Audio Scarab clone i built...
There is no such thing as 'plastic soilder'. They are soldered to the board like every other pedal and then i would assume reinforced with glue.
Although looking at online screenshots, they are not glued. Its probably a bit of flux paste left on the board. Behringer screw the boards in place...
Although he might have an amp with two separate inputs. So an ABY would be able to switch one guitar line to between the two amp inputs
Passive would be fine for this usage, any thing else would be overkilllllllllll
Had a few
Kalamazoo - nice pedal, quite thick so i tended to use it on the bridge pickup where it excelled
200lb fuzz - fat silicon fuzz
JTM - basically RHCP in a box - one knob, very simple
Butterfly Chorus - quite rare, tweakable CE2 style
Les Luis - this was a clone i built. Very simple...
Yeah i know the difference. Whammy pedals allow you to mix the original note with a pitch shifted one so it can harmonise to a degree. Sure it won't do the scale matching, or let you mix two different notes with the original but it allows you play two different notes at once.
The ricochet only...
Pretty much no effects are essential (and this is coming from a pedal addict!).
Compressors have a few uses - they can be used for fattening up single coils, evening out the volume of notes when playing or when switching between different guitars or dirt pedals, increasing sustain (ideal for...
Yeah i owned both a US600 and a Boss PS6 - the Boss is far superior and worth the extra cash. That said the Behringer is a cheap way of finding out if the effect is something you might use.
Personally, i think the 'intelligent' harmonising is a bit overrated - you'll get similar results using...
That is the Boss PS-5 - there is a newer version, the Boss PS-6 Harmonist. Behringer do a dirt cheap copy of the PS-5 (US-600).
If you want the ultimate then get an Eventide Pitchfactor (or better still the Eventide H9 Max)