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    Quote Originally Posted by Mincer View Post
    Just arrived, which I will use for a backup, short performances, rehearsal and jamming:

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    That's a cool pedal. It's only missing a univibe.
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    Well, this is about as un-sexy as pedals get, but it is new...

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    might not be sexy but a few simple di boxes like that are good to have

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    Got a 2nd like new GE-7 for cheap locally today.
    (Feel free to try my settings for an ultimate crushing metal tone into a mildly crunchy high-gain amp)

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    AWESOME...
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    Feel free to try my settings
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    My last four pedal buys:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Noord View Post
    Got a 2nd like new GE-7 for cheap locally today.
    (Feel free to try my settings for an ultimate crushing metal tone into a mildly crunchy high-gain amp)

    You know - if you stick a bass and a guitar one together, you get a pretty cool combo...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mincer View Post
    Just arrived, which I will use for a backup, short performances, rehearsal and jamming:

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    How is the Plexi tone in that one?

    I've been eyeing those FlyRigs for a while, especially the Kotzen model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikH View Post
    How is the Plexi tone in that one?

    I've been eyeing those FlyRigs for a while, especially the Kotzen model.
    Actually, I like it! I haven't played through my main PA yet, but I have used it through my smaller powered PA speakers and it sounds really great. I really bought it for the Blonde part of it (and the reverb), but I am loving the XLR out and just how damn cute it all is.
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    Traded one of these red boxes for one of these pearl white boxes. Like it a LOT but could use slightly less low cut, which makes me wonder if I should get one of these gold boxes...
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    What are the differences between these?
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    The '78 is based on the DS-1 circuit. The Classic OD and the Modified are both based on the Tube Screamer circuit.
    I am researching to find out if the lows knob on the Modified is the main difference from the Classic, or if it is a totally different thing.
    All three are modified from tne pedals that "inspire" them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Noord View Post
    Got a 2nd like new GE-7 for cheap locally today.
    (Feel free to try my settings for an ultimate crushing metal tone into a mildly crunchy high-gain amp)

    Great ! You can assign one to your neck pickup and the other one to the bridge.
    This solve the too big difference between Pups EQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Locher View Post
    The '78 is based on the DS-1 circuit. The Classic OD and the Modified are both based on the Tube Screamer circuit.
    I am researching to find out if the lows knob on the Modified is the main difference from the Classic, or if it is a totally different thing.
    All three are modified from tne pedals that "inspire" them.
    The Classic has an internal switch that changes the pedal between the Classic (GTOD) and the ZW44 pedal.
    In the ZW mode, it should retain some lows when in use.




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    I tried it both ways. I like it best with the switch to the right, whichever mode that is.
    With the gain knob all the way down it sounds fatter so that is how I am using it. It has enough volume to still give a boost there.

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    Arrived this morning
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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Noord View Post
    The Classic has an internal switch that changes the pedal between the Classic (GTOD) and the ZW44 pedal.
    In the ZW mode, it should retain some lows when in use.
    The GT-OD and the ZW44 are the same pedal with the internal switch to pass from the former to the latter and vice-versa. Don't know if the Classic is only a special run of GT-OD or a different pedal

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmiAba View Post
    The GT-OD and the ZW44 are the same pedal with the internal switch to pass from the former to the latter and vice-versa. Don't know if the Classic is only a special run of GT-OD or a different pedal
    What I read, it was a special run of the GT-OD, same pedal, just different paint scheme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmiAba View Post
    The GT-OD and the ZW44 are the same pedal with the internal switch to pass from the former to the latter and vice-versa. Don't know if the Classic is only a special run of GT-OD or a different pedal
    Yes correct.
    The Classic was a Guitar Center special release.
    All three are the same pedal.
    The Classic comes from the factory with the switch in the GT-OD position.
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