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MountainTiger
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals
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As a bass player I'm not allowed pedals. Or any singing.

Bull. I watched a Rig Rundown with Tedeschi Trucks Band and the bass player had more pedals than Derek and Susan combined.

My favorite distortion pedal is the Fulltone Distortion Pro. It's not a one-trick pony; you can get a lot of different sounds out of it. And it makes a good noise pretty much anywhere you set the knobs.


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EA6B
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals
Find a old Boss DS1, they could be bought for 20-25 bucks on Ebay at one time, that may have changed. It is my go to for a heavy distortion, for just some sustain, and a little dirt I have a Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer from the 1980s.


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Sun God
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals
I'm fond of the keeley RAT since my original ate shite a few years ago
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Lou Pai
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals
Big Muff Pi
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midnight1961
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re: distortion/overdrive pedals
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Big Muff Pi 


I had one of those from late 70's when I first started playing. Think I paid $20 or so new. Sold it for $270 last year. Apparently the old Soviet ones are pretty collectable.

It was a pretty cool pedal, but I hadn't used mine in years.


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