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    Default So this was really really informative

    If you are a cork sniffer - turn away now!!!

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    Default Re: So this was really really informative

    I’m not afraid.

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    Default Re: So this was really really informative

    Josh makes great content.

    This was the video that caused their Superfuzz clone to jump up to over $100 on reverb/ebay, right?
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    Default Re: So this was really really informative

    I've used some Behringer stuff that is good, like my current digital PA mixer. Their midi pedal is great, too, and is an original design that does more than much more expensive controllers. Other than being plastic, I have no issues with the small pedals, but I don't own any.
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    This definitely pushed me over the edge on "Would I buy one?" from nah to sure....
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    Default Re: So this was really really informative

    They have a reverb pedal that's a clone of the line6 verbzilla. It's been discontinued but I really want to find one. I miss my verbzilla. Sold it like an idiot.

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    Ahhh - Verbzilla. The classic Verbzilla vs Holy Grail match!

    Verbzilla was indeed a worthy contender...
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    Ahhh - Verbzilla. The classic Verbzilla vs Holy Grail match!

    Verbzilla was indeed a worthy contender...
    Verbzilla is fantastic. So is Echo Park. That was my delay and reverb combo for years!
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