Creepy Fingers Effects

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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by blunder » Thu Aug 28, 2008 3:36 am

The Harikari sounds really cool. What's the 1/2 size pedal?
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by d4niel » Thu Aug 28, 2008 11:35 am

+1 on the Harakiri! I might just have to buy one of those as soon as my economy is back to normal :)
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by The Captain » Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:41 pm

Copy & pasta from the old ship... :badteeth:

....so who's got himself a shinny new toy...thats right, me! :D

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Custom built for little old me :P This thing is too cool for school inside, outside and sonic wise. Totally my bag. Very 70's sounding to my ears, fat and raggin' and with wicked clean up. With the second stomp at your toes you got a truck load of fuzzy options on tap but without it getting overly complex.

Muchas gracias again Brad!! 8) I LOVE this thing!! This be my first Ever pedal I had made for me and I second in the mail from a certain SoulKitchen Effects too....woo-yay!
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by JRE » Mon Sep 01, 2008 6:02 am

That fuzz looks awesome Dave! What's it based on (if anything)?

Really dying to get my hands on a Harakiri fuzz but finances are a tad poor right now so i'm gonna have to wait.

Really digging what i've heard of Brad's pedal output
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Thu Sep 11, 2008 3:40 am

+1 to liking his stuff. I especially like his Muff based pedal. He is also really fast getting you a pedal.
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Oct 07, 2008 2:53 am

Completely and utterly SICK ! Brad did a kick ass job on those !

Mind if I use a pic on my "Gallery" page ?
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Creepyfingers » Tue Oct 07, 2008 5:35 am

Yo

Cool. Tonebender's are fun. Very easy to make a mediocre one though! David Main is the man when it comes to that circuit. I go a hybrid silicon/germ route. That's another point to point one.

--Brad
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Sat Nov 08, 2008 6:29 pm

What is that pedal Brad built for Dave? It might be time for some more pedals from Brad. If you are on the fence about getting one of these, then hop off! His pedals are fanfuckingtastic! Where do I get those cool swirly enclosures? My blue sparkle pedals from Brad now match my ESR head! Too cool!
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by jimi_dylan » Sat Nov 08, 2008 7:15 pm

I have a custom pedal on order from Brad. It is a handwired Sugar Boost and Creepy Face combo. The Creepy Face transistors are switchable for these combinations possible: Ge-Ge, Ge-Si, Si-Ge, Si-Si. I wanted to make sure that I got one of these before the NOS transistors are gone. I look forward to receiving it. Brad has been great to work with so far. I'll post a pic when I receive my custom Creepy Fingers. :tu:
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by jimi_dylan » Sat Nov 08, 2008 7:19 pm

Thanks, Sickle! Your praise of Brad's work was quite influential in my decision! :oldgrin:
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