Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique...

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Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique...

Postby Dr Tony Balls » 23 Feb 2016, 18:49

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Re: Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique

Postby thejewk » 24 Feb 2016, 12:31

That's ludicrous, but in an entertaining way.
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Re: Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique

Postby CHEEZOR » 24 Feb 2016, 17:01

That is... AWESOME!!!! Totally ridiculous, but awesome, none the less.
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Re: Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique

Postby allesz » 24 Feb 2016, 18:37

Quite romatic, good for a serenade.

The guys at mooer are working on a 1590a pedalboard friendly version right now.

I think I can only afford the matches in this case.
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Re: Oh god.....possibly the most ridiculous feat of boutique

Postby modman » 24 Feb 2016, 21:28


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at 3m7s
"[The business] wasn't crowded when I started. Strangely, so many of the pedal makers that came after me .... made clones. So many clones. That's like waw, I tried to avoid doing clones when I started. My first pedal was kind of a clone, but it was an improvemen over the Apollo Fuzz Wah, just the fuzz part. But after that, I tried to do something no-one had ever done before."

And then he demonstrates something invented 200 years ago at NAMM?
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