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Old 2002-09-19, 13:40
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hey yo!


i'm looking to get that realy distorted nin effect. i know rezor would use a lot of shit to do this, but i can't afford a lot of shit. does anyone know how i can get a similar sound with a peadal or something? thanks for your help, and listen to ruiner if you don't know what i'm talking about. that distortion he uses in the solo is what i want. thanks again.

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Old 2002-09-26, 22:30
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No one knows?!!? come on, give me some fucking feedback here!!!
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Old 2002-09-27, 02:06
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Yo dude, i dont have a clue, but, it appears noone else does either. sorry bud
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Old 2002-09-27, 02:33
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I know that the Korg AX100 and AX1500 have the NIN effect.
they have a really weird nin distortion, but it's a multi effect..
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Old 2002-09-27, 04:55
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I know that the Korg AX100 and AX1500 have the NIN effect.
they have a really weird nin distortion, but it's a multi effect..


nod they have

but I think almost every multi-effect pedal has a nin distortion or am I wrong?

Or does only Korg have that?
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Old 2002-09-27, 06:07
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dunno for sure but I think it's a Korg thing!!

All the korg pedals have the ' NiN ' setting but the Boss GT's etc. don't have this kinda distortion!

(or maybe they do but the bank has a diffrent name or something.)
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dunno for sure but I think it's a Korg thing!!

All the korg pedals have the ' NiN ' setting but the Boss GT's etc. don't have this kinda distortion!

(or maybe they do but the bank has a diffrent name or something.)


gonna check at home if my Korg AX300 have that function as well.
I think not, haven't seen it yet.

only have crush, high gain, classic, hash and studio distortion.
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Old 2002-09-27, 12:45
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I don't know but the NiN effect is on all the latest ' ToneWorks ' thingies like the ax100 ax 1500 ..
maybe even on the ax1g..
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gonna check at home if my Korg AX300 have that function as well.
I think not, haven't seen it yet.

only have crush, high gain, classic, hash and studio distortion.


I don't think that the AX300 has it.
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I don't think that the AX300 has it.


yup, you re right, couldn't find it.
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Old 2002-09-28, 11:51
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well i have a toneworks korg ax1g and i can't get the sound i want out of it, and i don't want another multi-effects pedal, i want to stay away from that crap. does anyone know of any other equipment to get for that besides for all these multi-effects pedals? there's got to be some sort of nin style distortion pedal out there. thanks for the info.
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Old 2002-09-28, 13:52
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yeah there's bound to be a pedal that can produce that sound.
well the ax100 and 1500 do have the NiN setting, but the ax1g appearently has not.

hm. tried the Boss MT-2 metalzone yet?
it can produce quite a range of distortions... Boss has heaps of distortion pedals and you can change some parameters on those little pedals, I use Boss pedals on my bass, a bass flanger, compressor and a distortion.
those pedals are really solid and I use them on stage, haven't had any problems yet, they cost ehm, about 80-100 dollars over there I guess..

but then you need to find the pedal that can produce the NiN sound hehe, but I think you should start with the MT-2 and then if it doesn't make the sound you want, try the other Boss pedals!
I'm not that multi-effect either but that's because I don't like the digital sound of the multi-effects, I prefer analog effect...
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ok. whats the difference between the mt-2 metalzone and the regular metalzone?
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Old 2002-09-29, 13:04
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eh, I thought they where the same, MT-2 is just the typename just like CEB-3 (basschorus)
I don't know if there are 2 metalzone's, the second is probably better...
I've only tried the MT-2 anyways..
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Old 2002-09-29, 13:24
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cool. thanks.
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Old 2002-09-29, 13:59
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I dont use Distortuion epdals, BUT!

I;d think its like computer software, MT2 is the version 2 of the pedal
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I don't know, I've seen pretty much all of the Boss range including the oldies and the GT-6,5 and even GT6b..
however I've never seen an MT-1 or something, only the grey/orange MT-2..
there ain't no MT-1 on the site either
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