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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by SerpentRuss, Oct 15, 2021.
My Maestro Stage Phaser pedal has a BALLS dial. That could work for an amp.
Color me dense, I don't get this; probably very dense. What do these stand for?
Gain 1 - Foreplay
Gain 2 - Filthy
Bass - Flatulent
Treble - Frizzy
Volume - Furtherance
Perhaps not, LOL
An entry from a guitar-playing boiler operator friend I just talked to
Gain 1: Heat
Gain 2: Fuel
Gain - Grits
Master - Gravy
Bass - Salt
Treble - Pepper
Your set would require Treble to come before bass. My last little project had a tilt tone knob and darn it if I didn't get it backwards. Everything was so tight, I left it. So there is a precedent for that order in my shop.
You and my wife think alike. We're still debating which knob would be salt, and which would be pepper.
You can put Meat and Taters in the mix too.
There’s a lot of mileage in the food theme.
Gain 1 Eddie (Van Halen) Late '70s to early '80s gain perfection.
Gain 2 Satch (Joe Satriani) Throughout the '90s and beyond found in the smooth tones of Eric Johnson or the metal tones of Steve Vai.
Bass Jaco (Pastorius) No other name says Bass the way Jaco's does.
Treble Danny (Gatton) Of all the great Telecasters player tones I've always considered Danny's to be the best of the bright tones.
Volume Pete (Townshend) The Who's May 31, 1976 show in London was confirmed by the Guinness Book of Records as the loudest show of all time, with 126 dB measured 32 meters (105 feet) from the stage.
No words at all — just colors. “Give me some more yellow and turn down the green”
gain 1 - sprinkle
gain 2 - storm
bass - thunder
treble - lightning
master volume - floodgate
You could up the gains to storm / deluge
tornado / hurricane
hurricane / tsunami
MV - dam
Intelligence, Charisma, Constitution, Dexterity, Strength.
Welcome to the nerdery, nerd.
Sneer, snarl, squonk, squink, scream.
These are words with an s this time.
I saw a pedal once with a knob called "hair".
Don't know what it did but I liked that