According to Premier Guitar in Nov 2015, in Desaparecidos: 'Conor only uses a few stompboxes for his core live tone—a Boss TU-3 Tuner, ZVEX Box of Rock, EarthQuaker Devices Monarch and Organizer, and a disengaged Ibanez AD9 Analog Delay. His main dirtbox is the ZVEX Box of Rock, the Organizer is used for one part in a song during the set, and the Monarch is another drive, specifically-EQ’d for when he plays the baritones. Everything on the board is powered by a Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus power supply.'more
A ZVex Box of Rock can be seen in the lower left corner of Keith Murray's pedalboard, which he says is his main distortion pedal. From [an interview where he discusses his pedals](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/34972/uhXGb4d.png): > Into a–I’m not done answering this one! Into a Z-VEX Box of Rock, which is the primary distortion pedal, into a Z-VEX Super Hard-On. **EDIT June 2016:** From an [email exchange with Keith Murray](http://images.equipboard.com/uploads/source/image/36348/GU1NHzQ.png), he says, "the Box of Rock always has the boost channel on (and the distortion channel is almost always on and cranked to maximum distortion at all times)."more
In this Music Radar [article](http://www.musicradar.com/guitarist/guitarist-photo-diaries-the-butterfly-effect-@-bristol-academy-2-11-5-2009-244314/) about The Butterfly Effect's live performance at the Bristol Academy in 2009, a photo of Kurt Goedhart's pedal board shows his ZVex Vexter Box of Rock Distortion guitar effects pedal.more
Pedalboard used in conjunction with Marshall: "My live ‘board is pretty simple - essentially just a tuner, an octave pedal, and a couple of subtle boost pedals. 90% of the core sound is from the guitar and amp, then a clean boost is used just to push the amp a bit harder into overdrive. I use the guitar volume for most of the tonal variations. Main pedals used are as follows: Free The Tone FINAL BOOSTER - Fantastic clean boost… the great thing is when set at zero and kicking it in there no tonal/level change whatsoever - it only adds to what’s already there. Has a nice natural sounding buffer in it too. Sonic Research ST-200 Tuner - Accurate and reliable strobe tuner that works great especially for the ‘half a step down’ tuning I use. Easy to see on dark stages too! T-Rex ALBERTA - Nice subtle tubescreamer type pedal, smoother and warmer sounding than the classic TS pedals. Normally just kicked in now and then with the Strat. T-Rex OCTAVIUS Octave pedal with switchable clean boost - This is great and is used mostly with the old cello slide guitar. The guitar has a really low output so the extra boost on here works perfectly to beef things back up. Voodoo Lab PEDAL POWER 2 PLUS - Silent, super reliable and efficient power supply! Brightonion Pedals TRUE BYPASS LOOPER - Any pedals that aren’t true bypass run through this, plus it keeps things nice and easy to switch on and off during a gig as every thing is at the front! Other pedals I use now and then: Klon Centaur, JHS Charlie Brown, Free The Tone Red Jasper, ZVEX Box Of Rock" -Aynsley Listermore
I asked Cory about pedals on Instagram and this is what he said about dirt pedals on Ganglion Reef and Plum: "There's no fuzzes on Plum! Not a single one. I used a box of rock for most of it... and a Ross compressor always on. On ganglion Reef I used one of those little silicon fuzz face minis. They rule! Need to pick one up again. I love them"more
This pedal is as outstanding as fulltone ocd and pro co rat. It's just a versatile pedal that can go from subtle drive to huge crunchy distorted sound and has transparency to it. it cleans up really well. love it every bits.