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  • #16
    Still interested. A used sm7 is like $40.00 so it might be worth it to just get both.
    Guitars2001 SRV Strat, 2001 JV Strat, 2002ish Charvel Model A+, Steinberger Spirit Pro. AmpsRivera R30. PedalsBarber Trifecta, Ox-Fuzz, OCD v4, Fulltone Deja Vibe, Fulltone Clyde DeluxePM me if you wanna trade--always entertaining offers.

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    • #17
      The Wampler Super Plex is similar but with bass control, fwiw.
      Good deals: I've had 'em.







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      • #18
        If you liked the SM7 best off finding that.



        Marshall Jackhammer has probably the stupidest lows of any pedal I've ever owned.
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        • #19
          I'm torn. I like the idea of mix and match distortions through a good clean amp but part of me is saying just buy a new high gain amp.
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          • #20
            I'd go amp and a good boost pedal personally.
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            • #21






              Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Picklebottom
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              i like my joyo us dream.




              Same here. It's suposed to be a Suhr Riot knock-off. That being said I agree with what's already been stated. It is great at cutting through and has great mids, but would say it's got very strong low end. Not that that's a bad thing for this pedal. I've never found that it lacks, or limits the low end, just that it doesn't add any. Still can get good thump, but with great mid definition.

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              • #22
                Riot has natural, grungy quality that I've never ward elsewhere... except in my Uproar clone! But the actual Riot still had a slight edge on my clone.



                It really is special.
                Benjamin Allison

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                • #23






                  Quote Originally Posted by dmhi11
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                  I'm torn. I like the idea of mix and match distortions through a good clean amp but part of me is saying just buy a new high gain amp.




                  Clean amp + new high gain amp + good aby pedal switch = problem solved
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                  • #24
                    i wouldnt associate the riot with low end. it reminds me more of the crunchbox...



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                    • #25






                      Quote Originally Posted by ben_allison
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                      Riot has natural, grungy quality that I've never ward elsewhere... except in my Uproar clone! But the actual Riot still had a slight edge on my clone.



                      It really is special.






                      I remember your demo unleashed the pwnies.
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                      • #26
                        *blush*
                        Benjamin Allison

                        Check out my latest album, We Enter the Dark Room, Alone
                        http://roestudios.com/

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                        • #27
                          Catalinbread SCOD
                          I didn't come here to save whales, I came here to get laid and make rock 'n' roll

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                          • #28
                            Very midsy... SCOD really needs a full EQ section (but I guess that's all heavily guitar/amp dependent).
                            Benjamin Allison

                            Check out my latest album, We Enter the Dark Room, Alone
                            http://roestudios.com/

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