Boss Ns2
javari
Oct 21 2007, 08:42 PM
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I'm looking to buy the Boss NS2 noise suppressor.
When I look at the picture I see a Send and Return jack.

Does this mean that I have to connect the pedal to the effects loop of my amplifier? (H&K Statesman dual EL84 tube amp)
Or is it better to daisy chain it to the overdrive and distortion pedal?

which technical wizzard can help me??? blink.gif

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TheClansmanDK
Oct 21 2007, 09:28 PM
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Hi Javari. I been using boss pedal all the time i been playing and my NS-2 is on my board aswell, as you can see on my picture i added. This is the way you get most out of the NS-2 in my opinion. But if you like to see other ways to do it, i suggest you go to www.bossus.com im sure you can find something there smile.gif Hope it helps!

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Hi Javari. I been using boss pedal all the time i been playing and my NS-2 is on my board aswell, as you can see on my picture i added. This is the way you get most out of the NS-2 in my opinion. But if you like to see other ways to do it, i suggest you go to www.bossus.com im sure you can find something there smile.gif Hope it helps!

Cheerz, Alex

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javari
Oct 21 2007, 09:48 PM
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thanx!, I see you use it in the chain.

(impressive pedalboard btw... that must be just about every Boss effect there is)

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Fabian Schulz
Oct 21 2007, 09:58 PM
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Looks as if you had an Boss endorsement contract wink.gif

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Oct 25 2007, 09:51 PM
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hehe thanks for the nice comments, i endore boss pedals and my board is specialized for boss too smile.gif

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