The DOD pedal admiration club

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  1. john hammond

    john hammond Well-Known Member

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    - i got one
     
  2. Kutt

    Kutt Well-Known Member

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    Just when I thought you couldn't get any cooler.... BAM!!! :) You've got some really cool pedals man.
     
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    mirrorman Well-Known Member

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    My first DOD was a flanger, I think it was an FX75 (would have been sometime around 1985 or so that I purchased it new). I remember it being a nice sounding pedal, adding the swirl without being overpowering.
    My first multi-effect unit was a DOD FX7. It had some very usable tones in it and was pretty easy to dial in patches IIRC.
    Don't have either of them anymore, they both died.
    So IME, DOD makes a good sounding pedal but the build quality is somewhat lacking.
     
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    Wildeman Well-Known Member

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    I have two DOD pedals, they're both broken.
     
  5. Mitchell Pearrow

    Mitchell Pearrow Well-Known Member

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    My brother in-law had mxr, I didn’t want to follow his tone.
    So I went with DOD.
    I had only purchased 3 pedals
    (this was 1978)
    I first grabbed the flanger, then a chorus, and a delay, the power supply was the wall on all 3 pedals.
    I had no idea on how to tweak them , but bye twisting the knobs
    on all three to get crazy sounds
    I could make what sounded like a plane crash. (I did like the flanger)
    When I got my first Marshall, I got rid of all my pedals.
    With the exception of the crybaby!
    Cheers Mitch
     
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  7. Drinkingdeath01

    Drinkingdeath01 Well-Known Member

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    I still have my Thrashmaster and the yellow Metal Maniac. Lol.

    My fave is the DOD bass EQ. Instant And justice for all tone.
     
  8. royslead

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    The first pedals I ever bought were The FX75 Flanger and the FX56 American Metal. They worked great for me at the time. I ended up getting a few more no name pedals, and then traded them all in for cash off a DIgitech RP5. I have had, and still have and use Digitech gear.
     

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