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    Default Re: NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by TeleJr24 View Post
    Thanks for saying this. I've recently rediscovered my OD-3 but somehow feel like I need something like a blues driver or OCD.
    You'd might as well have all three.
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    Default Re: NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by Little Pigbacon View Post
    You'd might as well have all three.
    In time I probably will.


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    I stack with two ODs.


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    Default Re: NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    Last week when gigging (St Patrick's day!!!) I pulled out my old bluesdriver as I needed to make up a smaller board, and whilst I tend to use other stuff I thought I would give it a go. Played it with my Laney Lionheart amp for the first time and... WOW!! Sounded incredible.

    I think this is now going onto the main board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silence Kid View Post
    Everyone likes these, yet I haven't ever managed to play one.
    Oh really ?

    I tried one when they came out in a blaze of promotion. Horrible thing, I could hear within a few seconds the lack of any musical content that might have made it in some way useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    Oh really ?

    I tried one when they came out in a blaze of promotion. Horrible thing, I could hear within a few seconds the lack of any musical content that might have made it in some way useful.
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    Default Re: NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    Oh really ?

    I tried one when they came out in a blaze of promotion. Horrible thing, I could hear within a few seconds the lack of any musical content that might have made it in some way useful.
    Maybe it's in the hands.
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    Default Re: NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    Quote Originally Posted by crusty philtrum View Post
    Oh really ?

    I tried one when they came out in a blaze of promotion. Horrible thing, I could hear within a few seconds the lack of any musical content that might have made it in some way useful.
    ive tried them a few times and never loved them either. other people get along with them just fine but id rather have something else

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    Default NPD: Boss BD-2 Blues Driver

    The first time I tried it I was blown away at how great it sounded but at the time I wasn't in the market for a pedal. I was testing out some guitars and I was using digital effects at the time. The blues driver was just there and so I used it.


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