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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by BluesDontCare, Oct 31, 2016.
The world-renowned Arion Stereo Chorus.
Then an Ibanez Tube Screamer.
So that's it then...nobody is going to admit that the Death Metal was their first pedal?? Riiiiight...
About the same for me
I did have a metal zone 2 for awhile. I wasn't sad when it left
Ha! If there was such a thing at the time I'd have been all over it. Instead I had to go with these two:
Gem Wah Pedal 1971. Given to me by Allan Reuss. Like this one:
So, can you play metal with that?
The first pedal I had was one of these "Roadkill" distortion pedals:
It was a gift. I was never much into distortion though and never really used it much.
When everyone wanted the HM-2 I wanted MORE BEES in my can.
!!!!!!!!ALL THE GAIN!!!!!!
It's so metal bro...you can plug a tuba into and shred.
Boss super overdrive (the yellow one)
I could, but I'd be lying. Never owned one.
A Gibson Maestro Fuzz Tone. The only effects pedal I was personally aware of, I repeat only pedal! I knew of other than the vibrato/reverb, on/off switch on an amp when I bought it. That definitely dates me. '66-'67? can't remember for sure. Stone age. I later had a wierd, little, unusual one called a Sunn Buzz that plugged directly into the input jack of the guitar as I remember. When I've mentioned the Sunn Buzz to other oldtimers in years passed, when discussing old gear, nobody remembers them, and they probably think I'm imagining things. Maybe?
One of these:
I have no idea why. I was a 17-year old kid working in a music store, teaching guitar lessons and for some reason I had to check one of these out.
Big muff or a wah.. early/mid 70's.. can't recall which was first..
Nope, Country only.
Boss eh2 for me