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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by Fuhgawz » Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:32 pm

Hi there, maybe you can add my standard Meathead to the registry:

#279, 17/02/2009, Linzi, Red Baron, BC239C and BC182L transistors, No LED, "Jefferson Airplane "White Rabbit" I Need A Rising Sound..."

I also have a recent silver metallic Sonic Titan, but that one is always on my pedalboard, which is always in storage room of our rehearsal space, so maybe I will add that one some other time.
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by molokaio » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:54 pm

So I got the time to photograph my DAMs. :)
Mr pickard here is the info:

- 1966: #234, 03/06/2009, Dave Main, Sparkly Red&Gold lettering , CV5429, "Superer SuperBee mode", No LED, Internal trimmer;

- SonicTitan: #144, 06/06/2008, Linzi, "Starlight Blue" with white lettering (Small Enclosure), 2N3819 / LM386N-1, Blue LED

- Drag'n'Fly: #166, 04/02/2009, Linzi, Granny Smith Green, CV7112, Red LED

- Meathead Black&Gold: #236, 21/11/2008, Dirt, Black with Gold lettering, drawing of a silly monster, BC239C / BC184L, No LED

- Meathead Dark: #009, 27/03/2009, Linzi, Cherry Sparkle/Black, drawing of a lil spider, BC182L / BC239C, No LED

And now some group pix:

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Some mild pr0n...
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And here's a nature style pic:
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And here's some soft-core pr0n...
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by molokaio » Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:16 pm

eh! Got almost beheaded by gf and mother... totally broke now but I can die a happy man! ;)

as for the dark... well... after a test at a friend's reharsal room with his rig, I understood I gotta buy an SG and a 4*12 :doh:
At my place it gets choked and flabby in that 1*12 blackshadow. Loved it when I managed to unleash its anger in drop tune! With the strato I prefer the B&G tho. As you told me once: no bedroom wankery with these 2 beasts!

My fave is the 1966... my best pedal ever (with the echoczar).
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by mrpicard » Sat Jul 04, 2009 9:27 am

Thanks guys, finally all updated :-)
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by molokaio » Sat Jul 04, 2009 10:01 am

yeah.. i think the idea of a constantly pedal registry is awesome...

"clicks PM on all ezekiel and ram head owners!" :badteeth:
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by duende » Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:00 am

Guess it's time I joined in. Here's my Tonebenders for starters

-MKII: #44, 01/06/2005, Dave Main, Grey Hammerite , "Mullard OC81D SPECIAL" (metal can), No LED, Custom built for Axe and You Shall Receive


- 1966: #65, 28/03/2006, Linzi, Grey Hammerite , "Mullard OC78D SPECIAL" (shiny metal can), No LED, Custom built for Musictoyz.com
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by molokaio » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:15 am

wow duende.. these two must rule! Best TBs you can get!
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by mrpicard » Sun Jul 05, 2009 11:49 am

Philip wrote:Have yeh added this? http://stompboxes.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=26 :badteeth: 18
Mmmm, bound to be in one of the 1524 photos in here somewhere: D*A*M Pedal Gallery
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Re: D*A*M Pedal Registry

Post by duende » Sun Jul 05, 2009 3:54 pm

molokaio wrote:wow duende.. these two must rule! Best TBs you can get!
Hey Thanks!

Keep in mind though, I was lucky enough to discover DAM pedals VERY early on. There was a big buzz about David's work about 5-6 years ago on the musictoyz forum. Both Cubba and I used to hang out there a bit.

The 66 just happened to come that way by chance. I bought it from Teddy at Musictoyz and I think since he was one of David's early supporters, he just happened to get killer stock to sell. Had no idea it would have the Mullards when I bought it.


The MKII though was a serious hunt. After hearing Cubba's in a DAM tourbox that traveled the states, I had to have one.

Love them both... and of course they are totally different flavors of Bender!
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