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You'll get a nice sustain with turning the threshold near its maximum even at lower ratios (3 or 4:1). If you want to really strangle it and not...
Ok, a serious "duh" moment:
That song pretty much defines the 80s, perfectly.
"Money For Nothing" is a pretty good choice indeed. It's got the gated reverb snare, the synths, the distorted guitars... and it was a fairly big...
Once you roll the volume knob off, you get way below the comp's threshold so it'll function as a clean buffer pre-amp. Kind of like what an active...
That IS the distortion fading into the clean tone. Happens with most dirt pedals, especially audible playing into a clean amp.
Analogman is right, the maxon is that much better. But I understand that not everyone's willing to pay that much for the difference.
Only the red one has mojo though.
It's Machine Head Pedals. The mods do make a big difference, Keith offers two of them for the DS-1. Check out "pedal mods" on that site.
MHP modded Boss DS-1
Sounds like a Roland Jazz Chorus to me, with the chorus off of course.
Or use an ADT plugin, like this one.
Get something better, JeradP.
Nice pics, could you please make photos of the other side of the boards too? So we could trace and clone them. :wink:
I have asked R.G. Keen once about the Comp 66 (also based on the Ross/Dyna), and he said: "The threshold is relatively fixed, but the "gain" of...
Exactly. The DynaComp has a fixed ratio, so you can only change the threshold.
Aren't Tube Sound Fuzz and its variations good choices for this role?
This guy plays a Blackstone into an SS Marshall:
It's just another cheap TubeScreamer clone isn't it? The differences probably come from the quality of parts and their tolerance values.
Having control over dynamics and eliminating dynamics completely are not the same thing. You seemed to agree on the latter in your first response:...
You're a fan of smooth and mellow, singing leads, so why don't you give ZenDrive a try?
Check out this free tool called Tone Stack Calculator: http://www.duncanamps.com/tsc/index.html
It'll draw you the freq. response of the most...
IMHO not. A Ross is a Ross is a Ross no matter how fancy it is or how many knobs you add to it. You won't find separate threshold and ratio...
Isn't it some kind of jealousy though? I mean, if people buy the overpriced, overhyped stuff that's their problem. No one forced them to buy it...
Interesting. As far as I know, a guitar speaker rolls off highs way below 12kHz. Probably the original SVT cabs too, since there's no tweeter in...
Or just use an ADT plugin.