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prodigitalson

(2,622 posts)
Tue Aug 11, 2020, 06:45 PM Aug 2020

What I learned about guitar pedals today.

I recently bought a pretty cheap analog delay to help with solos and whatnot. I also use a BH? for sustaine and fuzz. I was totally disappointed withe the sound of the two together. A friend told me to put the delay on gtr side of the fuzz. That way the Pi distorted a delay sound instead of the other way around. Huge difference.

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What I learned about guitar pedals today. (Original Post) prodigitalson Aug 2020 OP
🎸 Alacritous Crier Aug 2020 #1
I run my bass through delay and fuzz pedals. When I first started to use pedals Progressive Jones Aug 2020 #2

Progressive Jones

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2. I run my bass through delay and fuzz pedals. When I first started to use pedals
Sat Aug 15, 2020, 02:29 AM
Aug 2020

for my bass, I had the same problem. I use a tuner pedal, too, and run into that first. A magazine article set me straight.

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