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Re: Swollen Pickle [was: My Y2KX recording]

I will chime in here, kind of funny because I was just in a Facebook 
about the Swollen Pickle. I got one the day before I played, tested it in 
the motel and then used it for my set at Y2KX. I was very happy with the 
result. This thing is very powerful. I think I had all the knobs on 10 and 
the volume knob on 1. Very dark, powerful and still allows definition even 
maxed out. As Steuart Liepeg just pointed out, mine is a reissue though 
perhaps the older ones sounded different (better?) I will know more when I 
finally get my studio put back together after the trip :)

plus the attraction of the thread of jokes when you talk about it is worth 
lot, hehe.



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Darren Nelsen" <dmnelsen@me.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2010 3:04 PM
Subject: Swollen Pickle [was: My Y2KX recording]

> I'm thinking of getting the Swollen Pickle. How do you like it?
> --
> Darren Nelsen
> http://curiomusic.com
> http://reverbnation.com/dmnmusic
> On Oct 21, 2010, at 4:03 AM, Mark Hamburg <mark@grubmah.com> wrote:
>> On Oct 21, 2010, at 12:44 AM, Mark Hamburg wrote:
>>> Equipment: Taylor T3/B --> Way Huge Swollen Pickle --> Lovepedal 
>>> Vibe --> Lovepedal Eternity Fuse Overdrive --> Line6 M13 --> Ernie 
>>> Stereo Volume Pedal --> Tech21 Blonde (left) & Liverpool (right) --> 
>>> Line6 M13 ( --> M-Audio Microtrack II --> board)
>> In the quest for further simplification, if someone can recommend a 
>> option for feeding stereo amp simulators, I'm tempted to replace the 
>> with an M9 if I can manage to fit everything on one pedal board.
>> I would also note that Barry Cleveland's set now has me wanting a 
>> Euthymia ICBM fuzz -- and I just got the Swollen Pickle...
>> Mark