At 10.39 onwards Dave talks about his pedal rig. https://youtu.be/88vqY618SUk?t=639 Jim Dunlop Cry Baby Wah Jim Dunlop Rotovibe EaethQuaker Devices Palisades Fulltone Ultimate Octave Fuzz TC Electronic T2 Hall of Fame EarthQuaker Devices Dispatch Master TC Electronic Flashback Triple Delay Mantic Flex Malekko Scrutatormore
"Now I use EarthQuaker Devices’ Palisades for that mostly, mixed with delay and wah. I’ve been trying different variations of this set up for a while now, not really adding but substituting effects with an occasional wild card thrown in for more noisy textures like the EarthQuaker Devices Tentacle for fuzz wah or a robotic feedback experiment."more
The Earthquaker Devices Palisades is a great for anyone who loves the classic Ibanez TS9 or 808. This pedal does most Tube Screamer mods, plus has a volume boost, onboard buffer, bright switch, and switch band width. You can get a multitude of tones simply by selecting a Tubesceamer model and thinning/beefing it up using the bandwidth control. Also, it has two different gain stages which is perfect for switching between lead and rhythm tones.
Its every tube screamer in one pedal! I Replaced my Fulltone FD-2 with this. The palisades incredibly versatile, it has literally hundreds of possible combinations. When fully cranked you can almost make this thing sound like a fuzz. Its like a laboratory for guitar overdrive.
This pedal is a tone monster. Even while being a tubescreamer clone, it's the most versatile overdrive pedal I've ever used. I'm never getting rid of this thing. Ever. It's too good. Gone are the days of stacking pedals with the multiple gain stages you have. It works for so many situations. Highly recommend this pedal.
There are GIANTS in the world of overdrive pedals, such as the TS-9, TS-808 and the like. If I told you there was one on the market that could do everything those two do and more, it would be pretty cool. Well that's exactly what Earthquaker's Palisades is. It's extremely versatile, contains and additional buffer, and basically gives you an A/B type deal with your overdrive. Also turning on everything at once gives you kind of a stacking effect, which I also thought was cool. So if you have multiple overdrives on your board and it's killing your space, this is the way to go. It's basically 2 in one, but with the ability to change up what those two overdrives are as needed. This has been the main overdrive on my board since I got it. Recommended.