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Mertay
post Nov 14 2014, 09:38 AM
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We shared info about this not long ago but after watching Todd's review this video poped up as recommended watch, I'm not a fan of Guitarist reviews usually but this was interesting;



I did do this on the computer sometime ago (placing tubescreamer after dist.), it sounded more hairy and analog-like but never could nail balance between the 2 pedals to get the sound flowing enough. Maybe I used too much dist. before it, computer limitation or its just the dist. I selected that wasn't a good candidate...must experiment more smile.gif


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Todd Simpson
post Nov 14 2014, 08:44 PM
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It's a more "layered" distortion sound than you'd get by just boosting before distortion. Interesting approach! smile.gif


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We shared info about this not long ago but after watching Todd's review this video poped up as recommended watch, I'm not a fan of Guitarist reviews usually but this was interesting;



I did do this on the computer sometime ago (placing tubescreamer after dist.), it sounded more hairy and analog-like but never could nail balance between the 2 pedals to get the sound flowing enough. Maybe I used too much dist. before it, computer limitation or its just the dist. I selected that wasn't a good candidate...must experiment more smile.gif



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