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  • Top 10 Best Selling Pedals of 1988

    Found this guitar magazine from October 1988 in the mess I call a room. Check it!

    1. Digitech PDS 1002
    2. Boss DD-3
    3. Boss CE-2
    4. Boss HM-2
    5. DOD FX-65
    6. Pro Co Rat
    7. DOD FX-56
    8. Boss MZ-2
    9. Boss ME-5
    10. t.c. Chorus Flanger

    (fine print on the page says the chart "was put together through a random sampling of 250 music dealers from the top 40 major markets in the country")

  • #2
    alot of boss on that list
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    • #3
      dibs on the PDS!
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      • #4
        that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..

        is there a list for the 90's anywhere? i'm guessing big muffs and other EH stuff make the jump into the top 5
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        • #5
          And DS-1s

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          • #6
            that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..

            is there a list for the 90's anywhere? i'm guessing big muffs and other EH stuff make the jump into the top 5


            I doubt it, I think Boss delays, chorus and metal zone pedals.

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            • #7
              that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..

              is there a list for the 90's anywhere? i'm guessing big muffs and other EH stuff make the jump into the top 5



              As much as EH and the boutiques get talked up here, the fx market is still the house that Boss built, and I'd expect that sales in the 80's, 90's and 2000's, will reflect this.
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                BAXANDALL commented
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                M900 wrote:
                that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..

                is there a list for the 90's anywhere? i'm guessing big muffs and other EH stuff make the jump into the top 5



                As much as EH and the boutiques get talked up here, the fx market is still the house that Boss built, and I'd expect that sales in the 80's, 90's and 2000's, will reflect this.
                Kudos. I agree. Most of my musician friends do not hang out here and even with the influx of semi boutique brands showing up on GC shelves Boss and DOD are the two brands most musicians associate pedals with.

            • #8

              3. Boss CE-2
              Huh? That pedal was discontinued in 1982...

              The t.c. SCF in 10th place is a small surprise - not because of what it is (chorus was a big deal back then), but because of its pricetag.

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              • #9
                Huh? That pedal was discontinued in 1982...
                /Andreas


                I double checked, and it does say ce-2. Must have been a misprint.

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                • #10
                  that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..


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                  • #11


                    2. Boss DD-3
                    3. Boss CE-2
                    6. Pro Co Rat
                    10. t.c. Chorus Flanger



                    Originally Posted by Gambit

                    that's the 80's for you! chorus, flange, delay and high-gain for shredding. jeez..


                    Yeah, the 80's sucked! oke: We never talk about or use those effects now! The above 4 pedals still receive alot of discussion here, 20 years later. That's the 2000's for you!
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                    • #12
                      I double checked, and it does say ce-2. Must have been a misprint.


                      I think Boss officially pulled the CE2 from their catalog in 1982, but I think they made them a few more years after that. I don't think this is the only pedal they've done it with, either. Now if they made them for an additional 6 more years, that does seem like a stretch.
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                      • #13


                        'd

                        Very nice.
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                        • #14
                          I think Boss officially pulled the CE2 from their catalog in 1982, but I think they made them a few more years after that. I don't think this is the only pedal they've done it with, either. Now if they made them for an additional 6 more years, that does seem like a stretch.


                          according to www.bossarea.com the CE-2 was being made/sold until 1990 (or maybe even later).

                          "Roland says that they stopped marketing the CE-2 November 1982. The pedal was however still produced and sold at least [until] 1990. The label changed from black to green 1984. The CE-2 was produced in Japan up until 1988 when production moved to Taiwan."
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                          • #15
                            Yeah, the 80's sucked! oke: We never talk about or use those effects now! The above 4 pedals still receive alot of discussion here, 20 years later. That's the 2000's for you!


                            Yeah, the 2000s, when everything "vintage" is good.
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