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  1. I play everything, have been playing for 3 years. If it were lost/stolen, I would find another one. I love the distinctive, warm wah sound it has - and the volume is solid too. I wish DOD still made these - exactly the way they made this one. I would buy a new one and treat it with care. Though my used one is holding out fine. If you see one of these on a table on somebody's lawn, take a chance on it.
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    Nady TR-20

    I play pretty much all varieties of rock and a bit of jazz every so often to spice things up. Anything I play where I feel could use some tremolo - I use this and it fits in quite nicely. I love the fact that it's incredibly orange. Pictures don't do it justice. Like... it's SO orange! Lost or stolen: If I had more cash I might go with an EHX Pulsar - just because you have more control over the waveform (ie. make it asymmetrical, etc). Otherwise, no reason not to buy this pedal again.
  3. I play lots of rock - specifically oriented around 90s alternative (bands that were once considered grunge, then moved away from that scene) ie. Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Sonic Youth... And then some prog rock, ie. Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree. This amp is great for the style of music I play. I can get pretty much any tone I want out of it - given enough time to mess with the various amp models and fine-tuning the EQ. I've been playing for just under 3 years. I was using a crap practice amp for about 2 years and moved up to this. Wanted to get a bit of tube sound for a bit less $ - I th
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