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OLC "Slow Century" Anyone build?
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Old 3rd June 2009, 05:03 PM   #1
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Default OLC "Slow Century" Anyone build?

Has anyone built the OLC "Slow Century" or the DR.Boogie pedals. What are your thoughts on them?

I'm already using a trademark60, option 5 overdrive, bitmo Vt999,
and have a tri-ac. I have a digitech deathmetal that would be nice if I could mod it to tweak the gain. I use EMG-81's in both guitars. Also use an acoustic sim and a clapton pedal.

I played with a real Soldano an liked the tone except for the low end, so the pedal interests me a great deal as I am keeping everything solid state.
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