Rev_Roach wrote:none of them play a hollow body. Does it make a big difference when it comes to choosing pedals?
Rev_Roach wrote:I was thinking of first getting overdrive and delay. Do you think this is a good way to start? If not, what do you consider to be more essential effects? In the future I hope to get chorus, envelope filter, octaver, and possibly wah as well.
Rev_Roach wrote:My ideal price range is $100-150 per pedal, being that I have about 300 to spend now and would like to get at least two effects, but its flexible.
bucketorain wrote:out of all these effects, i will be deep sixing my auto wah for an Emma Dicombobulator, and my delay for another make....
CAN ANYONE SUGGEST A GOOD DELAY PEDAL OTHER THAN A BOSS MAKE?
SoulShakedown wrote:My recommendation would be to first work on getting a solid foundation via a tube amplifier. A clean organic tone is far more important then any effect pedal will offer you.
SoulShakedown wrote:When you do add pedals, I would suggest playing amything you're interested in through your exact rig to be certain it's the tone you are looking for before you buy. The guessing game will be costly.
hotasaPistol wrote:Hey Now,
this is all very interesting
I have a question and hope it is not too dumb
Can someone please explain what some of these different effects are and do?
what is a phase shifter
what is envelope
what does a tube screamer do and why does it need to be modified
what does compression and sustain do
what does eq do
thanks for the info and the education
I have a Music Man HD 135 amp and play straight thru that...get distortion by cranking it up...
hotasaPistol wrote:Can someone please explain what some of these different effects are and do?
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