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RE: Dan Seta guitar set-up | from KiniApr 07 2000 - 19:55

Don't be intrigued by a Barber Burn Unit. There is no more room for a Barber Burn Unit. However, there is a nice little space for shoes...

RE: Dan Seta guitar set-up | from dan setaApr 06 2000 - 19:54

I am intrigued. What is a Barber Burn Unit?

RE: Dan Seta guitar set-up | from DanApr 03 2000 - 01:57

Mike Fuller makes some great pedals.
I heard that he was working on a delay pedal a while back
but haven't heard anything about it recently.
Way Huge put out some great stuff before that guy went
to Line 6. I'm pretty much a guitar direct to amp guy
but I do have the following: Chandler Digital Echo,
Line 6 Delay Modeler, E-bow,
Digitech Whammy (good for playing feedback).
I'm pretty happy with the amp that Bruce Egnater made
for me. Speaking of distortion pedals, I still need to
check out the Barber Burn Unit.

RE: Dan Seta guitar set-up | from dan setaMar 30 2000 - 17:20

When I was trying to build a fuzzface
I needed to find germanium transistors
and everyone kept referring me to
Mike Fuller along with plugs about his
pedals. He was really great and sold
me some of the transistors he was
having specially made for him. I tried
the Fulldrive2 and I haven't looked back.
His pedals are absolutely amazing.
When you use them with the voodoo labs
pedal power you never have to think
about your pedals again. I think the
Supa-Trem might be the next pedal I
buy. What are the rest of your devices?

guitargeek.com | from DanMar 28 2000 - 18:52

Nice to see your set-up included on guitargeek.com
So the new Fulltone pedals have already
crept into the signal chain...
I'm using a Fulltone Supa-Trem - mighty fine pedal!

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