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  • FAC
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    Too bad there's no Fuzz Face...the temperature's perfect.

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  • Chistopher
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    ^^I was thinking OCD, but I don't see the HP/LP switch. The input and output jacks also look too low on the housing.

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  • NegativeEase
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    Second one from the bottom Left is a Fulltone OCD V2 Black with the Volume at 9oclock (1/4) Tone at Noon (1/2) and Drive at Noon (1/2)

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  • beaubrummels
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    They are...wait for it...



    Coldplay



    (Sorry, had to do it.)

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  • Aceman
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    Based on the pedals. Are they a shred band? Don’t think so

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  • Francois
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    One pedal seems hotter than other...

    Look like it snowed between the soundcheck and the show but it seems someone stepped on the wah

    Yeah too cold for shredding

    But I love many finnish bands, often unique and extreme.

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  • Lovegun
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    Originally posted by Aceman View Post
    Disagree - there is only a single switch; It's the delay


    Ok now I see it.

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  • Aceman
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    Originally posted by Lovegun View Post

    I think this is in the upper left hand corner.
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    Disagree - there is only a single switch; It's the delay


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  • Lovegun
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    Originally posted by beaubrummels View Post
    Itís Finland. Next door to Russia. They have good Vodka. Keeps you warm. On tap.
    Yeah this how we roll here except we have this.
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    I think this is in the upper left hand corner.
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  • beaubrummels
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    Originally posted by Chistopher View Post
    I figured in that weather if it were the end of the night they would have left already
    Itís Finland. Next door to Russia. They have good Vodka. Keeps you warm. On tap.

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  • Blille
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    Exactly.

    Guys, who knows the pedalboard owner? We need to know.

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  • Chistopher
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    It looks vaguely like a Flanger 670, but I don't think it is. The one in the picture only has 3 knobs instead of 4.

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  • Blille
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    Bottom left maybe malekko chicken spring? Right size, single knob, right knob shape, right position in chain...



    Originally posted by PFDarkside View Post
    I can not for the life of me figure out the red one on the lower right...
    Same here. It looks like the vintage DOD enclosures but I canít remember one with that layout.

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  • PFDarkside
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    Agree with the Big Muff, Morley and Red Repeat (great eye!), it also looks like a v3 Visual Sound pedal and a Joyo Ultimate Drive (Black, three knob, LED placement). Some American Loopers style Bypass strip. I can not for the life of me figure out the red one on the lower right...

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  • d1dsj
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    Originally posted by Blille View Post
    Given the button layout, the angled casing and where the cables are plugged I thought that was a NYC Big Muff Pi in its side:
    Well spotted, my old eyes never noticed the angled case! Nice one.

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