Another Klon clone, this time in a small casing. Should be interesting, and probably pretty good, given Wampler's rep.
Interestingly, my shop has its own mini Klone too, which is awesome. However, the Wampler is a full $70 cheaper.
So, been doing research on these two pedals as of late, then seem to be somewhat evenly matched, although I am kinda leaning towards the Bogner, since it sounds warmer with the tonal options....however the Wampler seems to do the same.....anyone have any thoughts on this?
Moving west and selling of the last couple pieces of gear I have lying around.
Orange Bass Terror - $550 OBO
Gigged with this amp for over a year and it's awesome. Great tone and 500 watts in a lunchbox amp. It's in great condition and comes with a soft shell case, and a speakon adapter.
Selling a mint condition Wampler Plexi Drive.
It is a great pedal based on a JTM45, it works fantastically well in front of a clean(ish) amp and is great for Blues, Classic Rock etc. Perfect if you're in a cover band.
Disclaimer: this is not a picture of my actual pedal, but mine is mint...
And here's the Wampler SLOstortion in action. I find this pedal (and the amp it's based on) vastly misunderstood in this day and age, as people expect a late 80's hot rod to come preloaded with 2 noise gates and a built-in TS. :-P
Guitar is my trusty, battered to hell and back Jaden Rose S2...
The kind folks at Wampler pedals sent me a couple of their high gain units to demo, the first of which is the lovely - and rather punishing - Triple Wreck. No points for guessing what sort of voicing inspired that one. :lol:The other is the SLOstortion, which while not suited for modern rhythm...
I was visiting my guitar tech today, and he told me about this new pedal from Wampler:
Wampler Pedals | Hand Made Boutique Guitar Effect Pedals | Distortions | SLOstortion
I'm curious about it, to say the least! I think it's something a few people online might be interested in.
Ola, feel free...