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Old 05-10-2010, 03:30 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Some of this stuff I was aware of, while bits and pieces I had no clue about. I actually noticed some tips here that helped me identify some key problems that I've always had. This information is priceless!
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Old 10-18-2010, 03:35 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I met Pete Cornish once, his knowledge on all things pedals is second to none.
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Old 10-18-2010, 03:43 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Not sure if it was mentioned but theres a lot of hum canceling pedals that work wonders. Especially on those noisy single coil setups. My tele with a Big Muff, Wah and overdrive gets downright loud without one.
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Old 10-19-2010, 04:45 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Not sure if it was mentioned but theres a lot of hum canceling pedals that work wonders. Especially on those noisy single coil setups. My tele with a Big Muff, Wah and overdrive gets downright loud without one.
This piece made me laugh so hard when I read it. Thats one ballsy set-up, bet it sounds dirty. I actually didn't know they made those pedals though. Who makes them? Wait, are these the same as noise suppressors?
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This piece made me laugh so hard when I read it. Thats one ballsy set-up, bet it sounds dirty. I actually didn't know they made those pedals though. Who makes them? Wait, are these the same as noise suppressors?
It sounds like a pig in mud. I am always amazed how bassy and deep a tone I can get out of a single coil and fender twin. Who says fenders dont distort well.

And yes. Noise gate, suppressor as far as i know are the same.
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It sounds like a pig in mud. I am always amazed how bassy and deep a tone I can get out of a single coil and fender twin. Who says fenders dont distort well.

And yes. Noise gate, suppressor as far as i know are the same.
Nice, thanks. That's crazy, I've had my fair share of playing around with fenders, and I've never been able to get them very bassy sounding with the bridge pickup. It's always kept that distinctive twang to it, although I like the twang. I bet that sounds crazy with mad reverb.
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Nice, thanks. That's crazy, I've had my fair share of playing around with fenders, and I've never been able to get them very bassy sounding with the bridge pickup. It's always kept that distinctive twang to it, although I like the twang. I bet that sounds crazy with mad reverb.
I primarily stick to the Neck pickup for that. The bridge is far to treble filled. Theres always the 4 way switching though that would be even better.
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I primarily stick to the Neck pickup for that. The bridge is far to treble filled. Theres always the 4 way switching though that would be even better.
Actually, i've always wanted a tele for the neck pickup, they're really smooth sounding. Who makes your noise suppressor?
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Actually, i've always wanted a tele for the neck pickup, they're really smooth sounding. Who makes your noise suppressor?
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P.S. I like how we've been quoting each other for the past 6 or so posts.
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