I think it's a great idea .I've spent far to long buying and trading back my pedals for something new or different to find (do I dare to say my sound ) or should I say Gilmours , Blackmoors , Hendricks and on and on with the sea of products out there .
Finally I decided a number of years ago that I would settle on just " sounding good " and buying good quality gear and as they say less is better . To whoever reads this there is a learning curve and that is in ( my experience ) the more songs you learn the better you get the better you get the more you play (all during this time your buying and selling new gear and no one can tell you what you want to hear because they cant be expected to know what works for you .. hang with me ) the more you play the better your ear gets and then you find out for yourself that a combination of one to three pedals you already have will produce the same sound as that new and wonderful pedal out on the market that everyone has to have .. it is an addiction and hard to break until you get to my age a young 53 when you've got it just about figured out and you now have great gear and a studio and its just a lot less hassle to put on a great backing track and just wale out all by yourself LOL .. having said that I still love my band Blackheath Band ..... www.blackheathband.com
and play the the local bars regularly .. two gigs a month is plenty with all the gear we take with us .
Hey guy's does anyone know where Brian Dugauy lives in Canada or the U.S ? I would like to hear his opinion on the B.Y.O.C Large Beaver as I've heard a nice clip using this pedal to attain Gilmour sound .