To be precise: Fulltone 69 MkII.
In the pile of my recent pedal obsession haul, one of my favorites was the MXR Octavio, which was fuzz that adds a cool octave up effect. Then I realised, I don't have a traditional fuzz pedal yet. I chose the Fulltone because, 1: I don't have a Fulltone yet and I loved the sound that I've heard from this, and 2: I didn't want to go full insane fuzz yet (ZVex Fuzz Factory and Earthquaker Hoof Reaper are my next future targets). Plus it' says 69...
The catch is that it needs a reverse polarity power supply to run it. As I'm still in the process of getting some Voodoo Lab 4x4 or Mondo units to replace my current Bricks, I grabbed a Visual Sound power supply just for this. I guess it's some lessons learned when it comes to taking the path of sniffing cork.
Oh and I also bought these:
Boss RE20 Space Echo
So this makes my 4th Delay unit I own (put the echo/delay difference argument aside). I was actually considering an Eventide Timefactor but bought this instead on a whim (cheaper) and regret nothing. Classic no nonsense standard from Boss, it's fun, and simple to use with some nice weird features. I'll get the timefactor eventually though...
And got this too:
Korg Kaoss Pad Quad
Ok, not a pedal but you get the idea...
It was eventually gonna happen as I've wanted one for years. I finally got the option to see what kind of Kaoss Pads are there. After being educated with the differences from the store, I asked for the most brain dead, user friendly, idiot proof model and got this. First thing I did was plug my guitar in it, though I'll probably keep this with my keyboards...
Anyways, last night's jazz trio practice took so long that I still haven't slept yet. I'm off to bed.
No Free the tone this time?
Congrats on the new pedals.