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does anyone use a volume pedal?

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  • does anyone use a volume pedal?

    i'm running L R Baggs hex saddles on my taylor and need to be able to adjust my volume on the fly...  any suggestions? 

    poast something...

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    volume pedal

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    • J.Paul
      J.Paul commented
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      I'm using a gain pedal and a compressor for lead boosts, gives me kinda of a Django type of tone for solos. No volume pedal.

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    I have a similar situation. My acoustic guitar for gigs has a Fishman pickup on it, but no onboard controls.

    I run a Boss TU-2 tuner into a SansAmp Para Driver DI pedal straight to an Ernie Ball VP Jr volume pedal. Works wonders on volume control on-the-fly. If I'm working with others on acoustic, I leave myself some confortable headroom for solos (especially slide solos), but keep my stage volume to match their stage volume.

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    • Potts
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      loveofjazz wrote:

      If I'm working with others on acoustic, I leave myself some confortable headroom for solos (especially slide solos), but keep my stage volume to match their stage volume.


       That's what I love my EQ pedal for. I couldn't live without it.  



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