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    So besides the Phase 90, what are some go to MXR pedals, dont care what type, just looking at some ideas of pedals of the MXR flavor
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    Default Re: MXR pedals

    DynaComp, UniVibe, Phase 95 (mini), Distortion + (modded)

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    Classic MXR pedals include the Dyna Comp, MXR Flanger, Distortion + and Micro Amp along with the Phase 45.

    There are a few modern pedals that will be classics too like the Carbon Copy, Classic 108 Fuzz, Analog Chorus and Wylde OD.
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    Dyna Comp, Distortion + and Micro Amp in my opinion and I want to add the Super Badass Distortion. it's not a classic MXR pedal but it gets the job done and I think it deserve a chance

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    Carbon Copy Mini, Custom OD Badass are 2 of my favs



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    What do you like about the CCmini versus the full size one? Probably ordering a few pedals tonite to add to my sparce board of a Tumnus and Red Witch Delay
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hsb View Post
    What do you like about the CCmini versus the full size one? Probably ordering a few pedals tonite to add to my sparce board of a Tumnus and Red Witch Delay
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    Its smaller -and most of my gigs are long travel -so weight and size is important to me.

    It is a combination of 2 classic Carbon Copys in one single pedal -Carbon Copy and Carbon Copy Bright. -so more functionality in smaller package.
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    Thank you sir, appreciate the info
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hsb View Post
    Thank you sir, appreciate the info
    No prob -the switch is on the side to change it into the Carbon Copy Bright version.


    Also, MXR Distortion pedals -literally any of them are great -I like Distortion +, Super Badass, Custom Badass, 78 Badass.

    They really don't make a bad one that I've messed with.
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    So in my basket have the CC mini, analog chorus, flanger and Phase 95, think Im good?
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    Stereo chorus and 10 band eq.

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    Sir, have you been drinking this evening? Please step away from the Flanger and put your hands on the keyboard.
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    No but Im fighting something thats going through the house so Im not of my full mental capacity. I take nonresponsibility of whats ordered when sick.
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    The Script reissue of the Phase 90 is their best phaser IMO, good enough to forgo the versatility provided by the 95. The only downside is that you have to either use the 9v battery, or bring your own 9v adapter to leave hanging out of the enclosure.
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    That Classic 108 Fuzz is really good.

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    Ok, flanger is gone, realized its 18v, Im,not set up,for that, so traded a 6 band eq pedal instead of the flanger.
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    I really like the Sugar Drive. It’s stayed on my board for a while now.

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    The Micro Flange is a beast I like it better than the 4-knob version.


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    Ended up skipping the chorus for now, so ordered 6 band eq, phase 95 and carbon copy mini
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    The Phase 45 & Dyna Comp are my favorites. I didn't mind the CC until I heard the Vapor Trail.
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