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Mike Elwood
"Elwood calls his workhorse pedalboard ""Versatilicus Maximus,"" saying, it ""provides everything from ultra-cheez to metal mayhem"" for his Honolulu-based rock quartet. The pedals are a Boss TU-2, Dunlop Kirk Hammet Crybaby, Toadworks Mr. Ed, Fulltone OCD v2, Lovepedal Gen-5 Echo (for boosts and leads), Zinky Master Blaster Clean Boost, Rocktek Chorus, Homegrown Dual Delay, Line 6 Verbzilla, and Barber BarbEQ. He plugs into a Bruce Zinky Mofo Encore Combo. "

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