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local effects

Post by sprag » 24 Oct 2015, 13:23

Can someone direct me to anyone in OZ doing custom effects pedal work
https://hzed.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dErWpArTqX8

WTB: IE subteranea, IE QF2, W&C Pickle Pie B or TFR, Wounded Paw blend expression pedal. AGUILAR - TH 500, AG 700, DB 112

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Re: local effects

Post by Rude_Mechanical » 24 Oct 2015, 15:47

What are you after?
"Turn everything to 11, dump instruments in front of the amp and manipulate pedals for 5 minutes" - me.

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Re: local effects

Post by sprag » 24 Oct 2015, 17:29

https://hzed.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dErWpArTqX8

WTB: IE subteranea, IE QF2, W&C Pickle Pie B or TFR, Wounded Paw blend expression pedal. AGUILAR - TH 500, AG 700, DB 112

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Re: local effects

Post by slave » 29 Oct 2015, 06:41

sprag wrote:Can someone direct me to anyone in OZ doing custom effects pedal work
Johnny C @ Anarchy Audio.
I'd be looking to contact him before anyone else, unless Rude is able to help you of course. :D
CHeck out his build threads over on AGGH and facebook. He likes his 7 string gats, so many of the pedals of his I've tried have a large amount of bass, even for a guitar pedal.

There's Toyroom effects, Codtone effects and a few others that offer custom work.

Check here for a (somewhat outdated) list of aussie builders;
http://www.guitargear.net.au/discussion ... pic=5856.0

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Re: local effects

Post by Rude_Mechanical » 29 Oct 2015, 07:51

It would take me ages to get around to anything, and I still owe a couple of forum members some work first before I take anything else on. I'm getting back in that head space though, and may take a look at that GK circuit later.
"Turn everything to 11, dump instruments in front of the amp and manipulate pedals for 5 minutes" - me.

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Re: local effects

Post by sprag » 20 Nov 2015, 15:27

let me know if you get onto it. I've got a few other purchases that need to be paid for first and that could take a while to get back into the black
https://hzed.bandcamp.com/releases
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dErWpArTqX8

WTB: IE subteranea, IE QF2, W&C Pickle Pie B or TFR, Wounded Paw blend expression pedal. AGUILAR - TH 500, AG 700, DB 112

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Post by Veldar » 02 Feb 2016, 08:34

Also DCB pedals (https://www.facebook.com/dcb.pedals/?fref=ts) great guy, made me a delay that sounds awesome & I'll be getting a crossover dirt pedal in the near future.
Originally this was where all the people I've sold/gotten gear from that went well, but I haven't met a bad person yet :D

Thanks to giggawazza for the Bongo.

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Re: local effects

Post by WestOfBen » 16 Feb 2016, 14:14

Don't forget Tym.
Rickenbacker 4003JG, Epiphone Ripper, Marina P/J fretless, Tanglewood ABG, 1960s Rose Music Tempo SS semi-hollow bass, an acoustic guitar, GK 700RB-II, SWR Henry 8x8, some pedals
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