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I don't get it, some guy on the internet posted a picture of, what are arguably, two of the most popular/well known pedals. Not only that, he posted them on a website dedicated to such discussion.

What is earth-shattering about this? :confused:

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I don't get it, some guy on the internet posted a picture of, what are arguably, two of the most popular/well known pedals. Not only that, he posted them on a website dedicated to such discussion.


What is earth-shattering about this?
:confused:

 

 

we don't know

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I don't get it, some guy on the internet posted a picture of, what are arguably, two of the most popular/well known pedals. Not only that, he posted them on a website dedicated to such discussion.


What is earth-shattering about this?
:confused:

 

Less than the usual picture perfect condition that bestows some sort of anti-hero 'cred'

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I don't get it, some guy on the internet posted a picture of, what are arguably, two of the most popular/well known pedals. Not only that, he posted them on a website dedicated to such discussion.


What is earth-shattering about this?
:confused:

 

Chillax bro. TGP is pretty known for billion dollar complex blues boards. The above is probably expensive, but small and rockin

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Yeah that's skullservant, he's on ILF as well. He also makes pedals under the name of DIRGE Electronics. He's a cool dude for sure, he's even building me slick custom fuzz pedal:

 

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It's a Maestro Fuzz Tone into a Shin Ei Companion Fuzz with the ability to blend the two signals together, or blend one with your clean tone. Also each circuit has a power starve. Dan W. did the etching for the enclosure and man is he awesome to work with!

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Yap, I saw that, and commented the same.

 

I don't get it, some guy on the internet posted a picture of, what are arguably, two of the most popular/well known pedals. Not only that, he posted them on a website dedicated to such discussion.


What is earth-shattering about this?
:confused:

 

The point is that it's quite refreshing, to see a couple of beaten gig ridden classic pedals, compared to the collections of brand new, hyped, mint boxes that are on most boards there. Look carefully you will not find a single chip on the cases, not a stain of dirt.

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Yeah that's skullservant, he's on ILF as well. He also makes pedals under the name of DIRGE Electronics. He's a cool dude for sure, he's even building me slick custom fuzz pedal:


1c95f9fad6c711e19af412313813ffcb_7.jpg

It's a Maestro Fuzz Tone into a Shin Ei Companion Fuzz with the ability to blend the two signals together, or blend one with your clean tone. Also each circuit has a power starve. Dan W. did the etching for the enclosure and man is he awesome to work with!

 

is dan w "westarttodrift"?

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