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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by pmac11, Nov 5, 2018.

  1. pmac11

    pmac11 Synchromatic

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    I liked the Joyo AC Tone so much I thought I try it's Marshall-like playmate. Sounds ok out in front of the Quilter, will see how it goes running direct into the A/D interface.


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  2. thunder58

    thunder58 Gretschified

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    I hear good thing about Joyo . Enjoy-o
     
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  3. calebaaron666

    calebaaron666 Synchromatic

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    I have the Joyo Vintage Overdrive. (Joyo’s Tube Screamer). It’s not on my pedal board anymore, but i’m definitely keeping it around. Great quality at a low price.
     
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  4. LivingMyDream

    LivingMyDream Country Gent

    Congrats on your new Marshall tone.
     
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  5. pmac11

    pmac11 Synchromatic

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    Thanks. Still trying to dial in the sweet spot...lots of fun experimenting.

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  6. Stencil

    Stencil Gretschie

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    Congrats on the new acquisition. Of the various bundles of amp tone concocted by Joyo, I understand that the AC, the British and the American (Fender, which I own,) are the three best.

    Yes, their vintage overdrive is a nice retro addition to any pedalboard.

    European players may be interested to know that most of Joyo's extensive collection of cheap knock-off pedals are rebranded by Thomann and sold even cheaper than Joyo usually is through other European channels. If you search for the Joyo product (eg: Joyo AC Tone) in Thomann's search engine, it will yield the house brand equivalent (eg: Harley Benton AC True Tone.)

    Cheers,

     
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  7. pmac11

    pmac11 Synchromatic

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    I'm amazed with the range of tones I can get out of this thing. Still homing in on the 'always on' setting.

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  8. dafreeze

    dafreeze Friend of Fred

    Nice! Was looking at some old Marshall Bluesbreaker pedals yesterday. $2-300!
     
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  9. Stonepicking

    Stonepicking Electromatic

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    Ive got their trem pedal, it sounds really good. Definitely in the same ball park as the supa trem. Obviously not as flexible but a good back up for sure. Probably 90% of the sound for a sixth of the price! As ever ymmv.
     
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  10. pmac11

    pmac11 Synchromatic

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    Yes I looked at those too, and then considered the Marshall BB2. Then I saw a You Tube video that AB'd the BB2 with a Mooer Blues Crab, which by some accounts is a clone of the first Bluesbreaker pedal. No comparison, the Blues Crab was way better IMO. So there's one of those on the way too. No qualms buying a clone of something that's no longer made !

    Then I considered a Tech 21, until I saw a YouTube video that AB'd the Joyo against the Tech 21 it's supposedly based on. The Joyo delivers 90% of the tone at 25% the price.
     
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  11. calebaaron666

    calebaaron666 Synchromatic

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    Yeah, before I got the Joyo Vintage OD i watched a youtube video where someone was a/b’ing it with a TS9. It worked on me.
     
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