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Treble booster and a Danelectro Wasabi echo for me.
It's enough to drive you nuts all this stuff and I'm glad it's behind me. Would be good to know what the results are with the screw.
I had one of these for a while and really loved it:
I have a Tele that has given me this problem for years with higher gain and louder volume settings. I was using a Wilde L-48TL in the bridge. It...
For me all Rats should be converted to Turbo. More grit, more crunch and louder.
They can do this:
This guy rocks it:
I love mine -- it's not classic Tele but a great thick tone that hits the front end of an amp hard. You can get more top end by putting in a...
Wahs are of course known to make a talking/speech sound.
The problem is that those midrange frequencies at which they operate really play tricks...
I think the point is that he and a lot of players didn't turn it on and off. They turned the echo effect of the Echoplex on and off (or at least...
I built one of these -- it's a 1.5 circuit. Easy to build yourself (great instructions) or he sells them built for a bit more:
I’m loving my Quarter Pounders. They crunch well.
Yeah it seems during some of the Norlin era they dropped the ground connection to the strings and relied purely on shielding. Apparently, as long...
^^^^ In Brosnac, Guitar Electronics for Musicians.
Yep -- I got a new guard with strat-sized cutout for mine when I was installing a Wilde L45.
Never owned one myself but like the approach. It seems both Fender and Gibson were making very heavy guitars at the time. The Les Pauls had no...
I like what they were doing in the '70s/early '80s:
I have a Tele copy that has had Wilde L45S + L48T in it for close to a decade but I could never get the bridge pickup not to squeal at higher...
I love the Behringer. It can do '80s Sunset Strip on a stick! Also Clapton and Gilmour both used the HM-2 in their rigs for periods in the '80s...
Yeah it's pretty cool. I used it on the beginning of this art rock track a few years back:
I used the GDI21 for the lead part on this track:
Great tool to have around. You can record and not bother anyone.
I’ve been using the Digitech Synth Wah for years. It does regular Envelope stuff but a whole lot more like monophonic Moog synth sounds.
Outside of the cavernous reverb of my Red Knob Twin my Holy Stain EHX pedal has the best reverb I've heard for guitar -- especially the Hall...
The caveat that accompanies the whole discipline of Economics is that everything talked about is based on the assumption that people act...
The RM is a big and expensive pedal just for an occasional use. The Behringer Super Fuzz SF-300 does the octaver/slightly ring mod sort of sound...