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Got three very different distortion pedals.
Joyo Uzi. A take on a Marshall/Friedman in a box tone. Pretty good actually.
Behringer Um300 A Boss Metalzone basically. Using it as a boost. Sounds great. also putting a Tubescreamer before it, then into amps f/x loop yeads great results.
TC Electronics Fangs. Not as good. Kinda voiced like a hm2, but not as nasally in tone. No mids dial. Volume/Gain/Bass/Treble. There is a three way switch which changes the eq curve on it.
 

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Got three very different distortion pedals.
Joyo Uzi. A take on a Marshall/Friedman in a box tone. Pretty good actually.
Behringer Um300 A Boss Metalzone basically. Using it as a boost. Sounds great. also putting a Tubescreamer before it, then into amps f/x loop yeads great results.
TC Electronics Fangs. Not as good. Kinda voiced like a hm2, but not as nasally in tone. No mids dial. Volume/Gain/Bass/Treble. There is a three way switch which changes the eq curve on it.

Have you tried the TC Eyemaster also supposed to a HM2 type deal.
 

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Got three very different distortion pedals.
Joyo Uzi. A take on a Marshall/Friedman in a box tone. Pretty good actually.
Behringer Um300 A Boss Metalzone basically. Using it as a boost. Sounds great. also putting a Tubescreamer before it, then into amps f/x loop yeads great results.
TC Electronics Fangs. Not as good. Kinda voiced like a hm2, but not as nasally in tone. No mids dial. Volume/Gain/Bass/Treble. There is a three way switch which changes the eq curve on it.
Fangs is long gone. We did not jell. Did pick up a Sonicake Sandman. Not unlike the Mooer mini pre amp pedals. 5 dial switch for amp voicing. 1 Jcm 800, 2 Engl Savage, 3 Diezel vh4, 4 Mesa rectifier, 5 Peavey 5150. Shared gain/ eq dials. cab sim is voiced for each amp or can be turned off. Sounds alright actually, was improved when I ran it into mooer ge150 and added extra eq and different cab ir's. keen to try it in practice, see how it sounds onto Crate powerblock driving a 4x12.
 

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I'm making a behringer pedal board at the minute...just for the crack
I got a few after this video. Have the vintage tube overdrive on constantly since getting it, great pedal.

Changed how i felt about my Blackstar amp. All of a sudden it felt comfortable.
 

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I got a few after this video. Have the vintage tube overdrive on constantly since getting it, great pedal.

Changed how i felt about my Blackstar amp. All of a sudden it felt comfortable.
Yeah I've got that one the reverb the analog delay and the super fuZz..gonna get the tuner and the chorus too..probably the flanger. Shur why not they're ridiculously cheap and sound great
 

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I just picked this up there on a semi whim as another pedal died.
main use for a bit of slap back - surprisingly nice short delay, long enough to get a bit swimy/spacey. (330ms I reckon)
quiet too - although needs a adapter.
Also self oscillates like a motherfucker - which is a key requirement for a delay in my book.
tempted to try their flanger...

 

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