Bear62 wrote:Great tip Brad- I have all my pedals racked w/ a GCX Switcher and it is just too much for most gigs (Size-6 Rack Spaces and weight). I have been looking to move to a std. pedal board w/ the looper type switcher for a while. Just seems simpler w/ easier maintenance. Here we go round in circles.....
JustinJohn wrote:Welcome to the forum!!
As far as getting the Q-tron set right, it really depends on a bunch of factors that are related to the instrument in your hands and your play style. With that said, there are some basic settings you need on that thing: filter set to "up", Low Pass (LP), freq range "low" ... as for the peak, gain, and boost... you gotta tweek it brotha! I have my peak at about 9o'clock, my gain at 12noon, and my boost off.
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Or for those who'd like to keep the pedals on the floor and keep things simple yet with the true-bypass benefits, there are a few products like this one:
http://www.loop-master.com/product_info ... 93jt0k9hr4
JustinJohn wrote:I put my phaser pedal 'before' my boss sd-1 overdrive pedal (my main distortion pedal). I know it seems counter intuitive, but it sounds better that way. Go figure...
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:JustinJohn wrote:I put my phaser pedal 'before' my boss sd-1 overdrive pedal (my main distortion pedal). I know it seems counter intuitive, but it sounds better that way. Go figure...
For Jerry authenticity, the phaser would go after the dirt. But I'm with you on this one. Personally I enjoy phaser before distortion. Seems to sound more musical when both phaser and dirt are going, not so overly phasey. I feel that way about chorus too, but I don't often use chorus.
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