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Yeah, an EQ is your best bet here.
an eq pedal to limit the frequencies would probably help a good bit
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02-26-2012 06:36 AM
Playing telecasters and a Jazzmaster. Also have a P100 equiped Gibson LP Jr and an older squier strat. A really shitty old harmony/kay would be worth a shot I guess. I actually have some crappy '70s or '80s italian plywood solid body laying around that might do the trick if I fix it up a bit. I also figured I could try putting a pickup in my little 3/4 acoustic (Taylor BT2 I think it's called), those things typicly hate being clipped if I'm not mistakin. Which in this case would be a good thing And I should've thought of it sooner, but my Fender ToneMaster probably sounds too purty, I should have brought my little Pro Jr to rehearsel.
psh...all these answers are psh. what guitar are you playing? get you some shitty harmony/kay thing with a neck pickup, run it into a Fender Champ and crank it. Instant Neural Milk Hotel tonez.
02-26-2012 06:41 AM
Well it is actually a cocked wah distortion... turn right knob as your playing and it is the same as moving the treadle on a standard wah... This pedal is GREAT for soloing. I think it is misunderstood and overlooked.
This one's about as sucky as Ive ever heard, the Dano Grilled-Cheese
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