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  • guitarfeak
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  • YeRedHouseOverYonder
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    I can vouch for the clones. I do own clones of boutique stompboxes (plexi and a tweed). I've had guitarfeak build me a "vintage" wah and soon to be a fuzz. All the boards are made from scratch (*circuit layout and etc at least lol). Clean and tidy work. Pedals sound superb. Pricing is always fare and you're kept up to date during the process. Can't recommend enough.


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  • guitarfeak
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    I also build clones of pedals. Just tell me which pedal you would like and I will give you an instant quote.

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  • Dax
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    Thanks very much. The pedal is finally usable and sounds great!

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  • Dax
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    Whatever is cheapest so long as it's trouble free. I just blew my wad on a king of tone. I was on waiting list for four years. My name came up over two years ago but I've been broke as a joke for three I've been playing a lot lately and really wanted to mess with this little yellow box. I bought it on eBay like 8 - 10 years ago and kept it in a voodoo lab tb switcher, but it's a big switcher for four pedals and this is the only one that needs tb, so I don't want to hook it up if I don't have to. I don't mind the switch sticking out at all . I have a two tier pedal board and have read that a new style metal switch is easier to engage when it's on the top shelf. Never tried after 15 years because drive is on bottom shelf. I've never had any other Ibanez pedals other than ts9, and all my trippy stuff goes up top because I don't use it often.. I have a keeley mod ds 1 and analogman ts9 that have buffers, and sometimes a dd7, though I usually use a carbon copy. Everything else is true bypass with the typical metal switches. I don't know anything about the other kind you mentioned. I'm into function over fashion for sure, so whichever you think. Thanks

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  • guitarfeak
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    I could put a new style switch in and have it stick out like the others you have seen or I can modify this with relay true bypass switching which will allow it to have true bypass switching but with the same vintage look. Totally up to you.

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