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Old 02-04-2013, 02:44 PM   #21
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Do that before you even buy an EQ pedal or anything.
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:53 PM   #22
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Will do mate. I will do this on Wednesday and let you know. To be fair I do agree a eq would be a good thing, but wondering if I should get the danelectro one to try out
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:01 PM   #23
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the Danelectro is actually diecent especially for the price. Joyo makes a 6 band that is based on the MXR 6 band and it is pretty cheap also.

I would get a diecent EQ, because it will always help out your tone reguardless of what amps you are playing (it alows for more tonal options)
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:13 PM   #24
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Cool. Well I will save up for the 10 band eq pedal, but do I go for the normal or Kerry king version
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Cool. Well I will save up for the 10 band eq pedal, but do I go for the normal or Kerry king version

From what I understand the KFK is more scooped than the normal MXR10 band, but I have never tried either
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Yes mate. I am going to try a different one where I practice as it wouldn't cost much, and if it works I will try get one, but not sure how much I could get for either my amp and cab and how much I could put into getting a new amp.


sounds like a good plan Good luck
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Old 02-05-2013, 07:19 AM   #27
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I'm almost positive that the only two differences between the KK EQ and regular 10-band is that the KK has the tribal graphic and is capable of Stereo output.

Either way, I wouldn't bother with the KK, I would just get the regular old 10-band
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:25 PM   #28
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Cheers mate il do that. If there is little to no difference il get the cheaper one ha ha
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I'm almost positive that the only two differences between the KK EQ and regular 10-band is that the KK has the tribal graphic and is capable of Stereo output.

Either way, I wouldn't bother with the KK, I would just get the regular old 10-band

No it actually is diffrent. The eq curve is diffrent if you set the controls all to noon. I think it was an older gearmandude video where they showd the diffrence. It is not a huge diffrence , but the KFK deff had a more scooped sound.

Like I said I have never personally used either one, so it may be more or less noticeable live.
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I have a hot slag/rolling mill combo in one of mine and also a miracle man loaded guitar.

Although the irongear stuff is great for the money the bkp pups are on another level, as they should be at 4 or 5 times the price.

Don't swap your pick ups, that's not your problem.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:23 PM   #31
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No it actually is diffrent. The eq curve is diffrent if you set the controls all to noon. I think it was an older gearmandude video where they showd the diffrence. It is not a huge diffrence , but the KFK deff had a more scooped sound.

Like I said I have never personally used either one, so it may be more or less noticeable live.


I wasn't aware of that. I was pretty sure that Dunlop marketed it as the same pedal, only with a stereo option, but if you've actually heard an A/B then I believe it. It would actually make more sense as to why it's considered a signature pedal

I've always thought that a signature EQ pedal was the dumbest thing I'd ever heard of
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