Finally got all my pedals together in one room! This makes my preference for stuff from the 80s and 90s painfully clear.

Ampeg scrambler reissue
NYC reissue big mufff
Sovtek black big muff
Ibanez pds1 programmable distortion
Marshall shredmaster
The Rat - 90s vintage reissue
Rat 2
DOD yjm308
MXR d+ early Dunlop reissue
MXR d+ late 70s block logo
Dan Armstrong blue clipper
Ross distortion

MXR stereo tremolo
Moog mf trem
EHX small clone
DOD phasor 490
DOD fx70 stereo flanger

DOD fx40b
MXR six band eq
DOD 280 - early 80s
MXR dynacomp - hand wired custom shop

Digitech PDS1002
Boss dd-2
Ibanez de7
EHX holy grail
DOD FX90 - rehoused
Fairfield Circuitry Meet Maude
EHX 16 second digital delay reissue

And then there’s all my builds…
Superfuzz clone
WEM pep box clone
Bluesbreaker inspired OD
“Normal distortion” high gain distortion prototype
Ibanez cyberdrive clone
A distortion pedal
IC big muff inspired distortion
A fuzz pedal
Scrambler inspired fuzz
Cornish inspired big muff
Another fuzz pedal
Another distortion pedal
Yet another fuzz pedal
Dual loop switcher
Expression pedal preset switch

Ok that’s it.

Jason Dill’s ripping all week on the #VansProSkateTour has us wanting to #FBF to Dill’s tricks in AVE’s SOTY part in #VansPropeller. If you were lucky enough to catch Dill at the NJ Skateshop’s demo yesterday than you witnessed his last demo performance of his 30s. Looks like he won’t make it to Orchard Skate Shop in Boston tomorrow. But AVE, Gilbert, Chima, Dan Lu and flow bros Justin Henry, Tyson Peterson and Shredmaster Keith will all be there. Come meet up with us at the 438 Commercial Street shop at 11am. 

 🎥: Greg Hunt, Benny Maglinao Cody Green

Marshall Shredmaster

Introduced in the early 1990’s, this series of pedal was one of Marshalls first forays into the distortion pedal market. Examples can today fetch quite high prices due to their popularity amongst fans of grunge and Radiohead coupled with the fact thad they were discontinued a few years ago. Featuring 5 knobs (gain, bass, contour, treble and volume) housed in an almost indestructable metal casing the pedal provides a classic high gain sound that can be used by both guitarists and bassists.

This typically beat-up example is owned by Jon Warburton, you can visit his blog here.