Wet/Dry vs Blend w/Tremolo?

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by WarBeer, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. WarBeer

    WarBeer TDPRI Member

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    I don't use effects much...but I've always dug the nostalgic vibe of Tremolo. However, I don't find the drop-out conducive to my style of playing. Curious about if it was run wet/dry or maybe split with a Xotic X-Blender or something. Maybe even a pedal with a solid mix/blend/level control.Where it's SUPER subtle as the original tone is most prevalent. Would this work at all...maybe a slight warble? ...or would this completely loose the effect since it's amplitude? Not sure is a singe speaker rig would be able to shine without conflict. Anyone have any experience messing with this type of goal?
     
  2. Ironwolf

    Ironwolf Poster Extraordinaire Gold Supporter

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    I run a Boss TR-2 through a Marshall Origin 50's effects loop in a wet/dry rig. Running wet dry is great because I can really saturate the Marshall with effects far beyond what would be usable with a single amp but the dry Fender keeps the attack and over all sound steady and enjoyable.
     
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