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Old 2005-09-02, 13:10
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ISP noise decimator? Where'd you find it? Did you order it from the US or something?



I bought it second hand from some german who was in despereate need for money. But I have the pedal version ( of course ) not the rackmount got it for 20 euro's
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Old 2005-09-02, 16:27
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i can live w/o my digital delay pedal. dd-3


I would seriously like one of those.
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Old 2005-09-02, 17:14
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i dont have any fx anymore.

i did have a dd5, but that suck, i did have a rocktron intellifex, but i sold it and its no pedal

i lik emt2, eventhough its unlimate crap, but isnt everypedal??
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Old 2005-09-03, 15:58
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I've got a Ibanez Weeping Demon Wah whitch I quite like. Don't use it that often thoug.
I'd really like to have a noise gate...
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Old 2005-09-03, 18:31
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I just got a ns-1,ibanez ts compressor,and a boss bf-1 for $30(aus)
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Old 2005-09-04, 00:39
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the only pedal I own is a DOD Flanger which I use very rarely.
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Old 2005-09-05, 21:26
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dam I have like a garage worth of efx , but if i have to limit them to a few the G major and a good wah would probably suffice , Im currently using the dime bag wah I have a Zakk but to be honest I like the Dime better. The g major for the money has great delays , chorus , pitch shifting among other shit and is easy to use . U need a good ground controler such as a GCX to make it really workable live.
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Old 2005-09-05, 21:49
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Old 2005-09-06, 00:11
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Boss MT2 - Decent distortion that is hard as hell to get a decent sound out of.

Boss MD2 - This pedal seems to be made for that low end sound, I don't like it too much.

Boss DD3 - My delay pedal of choice, I have used a DD5 and prefer the DD3. Reverse delay isn't really all that great.

Ibanez Weeping Demon - Great wah pedal with some unique features. I use this thing way too much.

Morley Saphire flanger - Pretty weak flanger with a somewhat muddy sound.

Boss NS2 - One of my favorite, but least used pedals.

That's my current pedal setup.
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Old 2005-09-06, 00:35
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I use a ISP,

a GE-7 in my amp loop,

and, no flames please, a Boss GT-8 between both my amp ( Randall Cyclone ) input and in its loop.

The Gt-8 about requires a engineering degree to use but is very tweekable. It is like a rack at floor level and the best *cough* I hate to say it, MULTIEFFCTS floor effects I've ever tried.
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Old 2005-09-06, 00:39
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Old 2005-09-06, 00:43
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Old 2005-09-06, 00:44
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It's got Wah too. Very nice Wah btw. Better then I could build.
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Old 2005-09-06, 01:02
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and, no flames please, a Boss GT-8 between both my amp ( Randall Cyclone ) input and in its loop.

The Gt-8 about requires a engineering degree to use but is very tweekable. It is like a rack at floor level and the best *cough* I hate to say it, MULTIEFFCTS floor effects I've ever tried.

no flames for a gt-8. those things are nice. it's when you get the kids bragging about their rp100's.
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Old 2005-09-06, 01:25
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Yea dode, RP's are made to proform though.

Thanks for the props on the GT-8, I'm still really freaked out at how much and how adjustable it can be. I've had it about 2 mounths and I still am tweeking shit. I can still use my Amps pre and switch between the 2 channels or combine it with the GT-8's preamps not to mention the other crazy ass things it can do.

But, I do warn. If you can't stand tweeking or reading then DO NOT USE this thing. You could spend years trying to figure it out.

FYI, the BOSS GT-pro rack mount has major output bugs and has no firmware updates, nor are any being looked into. The GT-8 has update 1.02 that fixes those output clocking problems. I have heard from people that they love the GT-8 but wouldn't piss on the GT-pro after owning both. Roland needs to do something about the GT-pro or they will lose a lot of money. GT-8 does not have as many loops as the pro but it cost much less and sounds far far better.

For digital, Boss did a great job with the GT-8, imo. Very real and very loud or at least far better then anything else like it.
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Old 2005-09-06, 07:33
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i dont understand what you guys use all that distortion pedals and stuff for..

how could a pedal for a couple of dollars replace the distortion of an amp that costs a lot more in a better way? especially when using a tube head?
before i got my powerball i used an H&K attax 100, and i didn't want to replace the distortion by any cheap pedal..

effect stuff, ok, but distortion?
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Old 2005-09-06, 09:51
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i dont understand what you guys use all that distortion pedals and stuff for..

how could a pedal for a couple of dollars replace the distortion of an amp that costs a lot more in a better way? especially when using a tube head?
before i got my powerball i used an H&K attax 100, and i didn't want to replace the distortion by any cheap pedal..

effect stuff, ok, but distortion?
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it depends on the amp. some amps have horrid distortion, and in some cases almost no distortion.

if i were playing a jc-120 or a fender twin. i'd need a pedal or external preamp for my gain sources.

if i were jamming a jcm 800, i'd need a boost pedal because they arent packed full of gain.

then you get plain ol' shit amps, that just sound horrid.

of course in any of these cases, i stray from anything with the words metal attatched to it.
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Old 2005-09-06, 12:49
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i dont understand what you guys use all that distortion pedals and stuff for..

how could a pedal for a couple of dollars replace the distortion of an amp that costs a lot more in a better way? especially when using a tube head?
before i got my powerball i used an H&K attax 100, and i didn't want to replace the distortion by any cheap pedal..

effect stuff, ok, but distortion?
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The way I use my distortion pedal is this way . I use it on the clean channel , currently Im using a Digitech DF-7 pedal . Lets for example say Im on the clean channel and im doing this chordal thing and I want to start something brewtal , Well I could kick into my ultra gain channel ,or I can simply step on the pedal and riff away. I set my DF-7 to sound different than my ultra gain.Simply put its just another tone option. Also on occasion Ill use a Zakk overdrive on the gain channel , but you better remember to click it off when you stop cause it will feed back like a bitch.
Im using either a Marshall DSL 100 or a Koch Powertone II.
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Old 2005-09-06, 13:13
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then i wouldnt need to spend like 1500 on a tube head..
but i think that's everyone owns choice
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Old 2005-09-06, 13:51
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i dont understand what you guys use all that distortion pedals and stuff for..

how could a pedal for a couple of dollars replace the distortion of an amp that costs a lot more in a better way? especially when using a tube head?
before i got my powerball i used an H&K attax 100, and i didn't want to replace the distortion by any cheap pedal..

effect stuff, ok, but distortion?
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Because alot of people cant play on their amp late at night or in the middle of the day in fact or use it for direct recording. Multi-effects pedals offer alot of options & you can get incredible distortions that an amp just cant produce.
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