Ram Head

The classic American huge hair based sustaining device.

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markom89
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Re: Ram Head

Post by markom89 » Mon Nov 03, 2008 12:59 am

I've had my "oldschool" Ram Head for a while now and am loving it!
It's very different from any other BM 'style' pedal I've played, but I guess that's 'cause this is an exact replica vs. a BM w/ the builders twist on it. Very old school sounding... best way I can describe it.
This one's gonna' be staying for a while!
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ufoclub
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Re: Ram Head

Post by ufoclub » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:48 pm

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stratman wrote:Iv'e been trying to buy a Rams Head for a couple of years without any luck.I was on the wait list at vintage guitars only to be told earlier in the year that Dave was no longer selling through dealers.So I found the website entered the forum and saw Dave was compiling waiting lists.I thought it would only be a matter of time before a list would be opened for the Rams Head. I was horrified to see that its now been discontinuedr
the some story to me .. I get 'only' a meathead from vintageguitars..and a long wait for the nevercoming ramhead

I console myself with a BM3 with 3003 board inside (is the BM2 board) you can find one of this on ebay, I show pics of the inside

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Re: Ram Head

Post by skybone » Tue Nov 18, 2008 11:35 pm

I believe it was because The Captain thought that there were too many other Big Muff clones on the market to justify another... even though that other is possibly the best Big Muff clone out there... IMHO o'course... ;)
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Re: Ram Head

Post by MaryKelly » Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:21 am

skybone wrote:I believe it was because The Captain thought that there were too many other Big Muff clones on the market to justify another... even though that other is possibly the best Big Muff clone out there... IMHO o'course... ;)
Skreddy was making some really awesome ones but he doesn't have a standard muff model out right now unfortunately.
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Re: Ram Head

Post by MaryKelly » Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:34 am

Sickle wrote:I should point out that a certain someone donated an excellent Sovtek Green Army to a certain Captain earlier this year for R & D purposes..

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Great big ceramic discs, carbon films, and 5088s ahoy.
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aaland_brian
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Re: Ram Head

Post by aaland_brian » Fri Nov 21, 2008 11:10 am

I'd love a green muff that didn't take up too much space and didn't have that shitty stompswitch and jacks. I know dave made one before but a custom run could be cool. I'd still rather have a shatterbox clone though :drool2:
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Re: Ram Head

Post by muffin man » Sat Nov 22, 2008 6:24 pm

I have a black later version ram head that i might trade at some point.
I,m still looking for a 66 and rooster.
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