The Grease Box, what the fuck is it?

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Re: The Grease Box, what the fuck is it?

Post by emeka » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:22 am

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Post by CitizenAudio » Fri Apr 16, 2010 6:27 am

Sickle wrote:These pedals will not be auctioned.
This is the true testament of our great Captain. His skillz have become iconic, his product has transcended the boutique market, yet his generosity, integrity and love for his work and customers makes D*A*M just better than the rest.
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Re: The Grease Box, what the fuck is it?

Post by cubba » Fri Apr 16, 2010 7:13 am

Longest post I've read in a a while Cap'n,
and you had me at every turn.
If that's not GAS I don't know what is.
Only hope I score one of these, the tone seems "tuh die faw."


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Post by professor plum » Fri Apr 16, 2010 7:23 am

CitizenAudio wrote:
Sickle wrote:These pedals will not be auctioned.
This is the true testament of our great Captain. His skillz have become iconic, his product has transcended the boutique market, yet his generosity, integrity and love for his work and customers makes D*A*M just better than the rest.
word. he could be the next cornish if he wanted (not hating just observing), and he obviously see what kind of $$$ the flipppers make off his back, but he keeps it real for the people that are not "blues lawyers" and dentists and just have a love of fuzz and appreciation for his artistry and craft and likely even work as musicians and dont have a huge wad to blow on gear.

i was able to get my dream fuzz (thanks cap't :marx: ) because david was into it for the love of the game and was down to do a barter for vinyl. he even fixed my orange sunshine and made it sound monstrous as a side order on that deal.

D*A*M pedals are not cheap, but compared to how much blood, sweat, and tears go into each one they are a fucking steal.

I am a collage student and musician, but i love fuzz and appreciate the artistry and time that went into them and made it work $ wise. I want to get the best tools i can for my craft.

Im just thankful our fearless leader is able to put the best tools in the game into the hands of the craftsmen, when realistically they could be in a museum or in a glass case somewhere. [/end rant]
analog love <3/
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Post by professor plum » Fri Apr 16, 2010 7:24 am

Sickle wrote:These pedals will not be auctioned.
the revolution will not be televised.
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Re: The Grease Box, what the fuck is it?

Post by JP30 » Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:06 pm

so . . it's overdrive-ish 80's fuzz. :cthulhu:
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i like lime green box. :cyclops:
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Post by Philip » Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:26 pm

Although this is a 'what if' 80's pedal, it is far too versatile to only be of use for such things.

I used it for the majority of our previous gig, which includes 60's eavy' rock type shit and psych-surf instrumentals.
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Post by worldcatalyst » Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:41 pm

Sickle wrote:These pedals will not be auctioned.
Thank you! :badlove:
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Re: The Grease Box, what the fuck is it?

Post by 1bottlerocket » Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:27 pm

There are a lot of builders that are doing great work through this forum. Dave has inspired a movement in fuzz that is only the beginning. I predict there will be a lot of great things coming and the Grease Box is only at the bleeding edge of it all. Truly inspirational.

Like so many other of my fuzz-freak brethren (and sisters!) I am hoping to land one of these gems and at the same time know that there are enough for everyone. Good luck to one and all!
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Post by Sage » Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:30 pm

Just a quick wonder if the Grease Box is kinda like a little brother (who hasn't reached puberty yet) to the most recent batch of FuzzSounds. Similar tranny selection and all...
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