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Old 07-09-2014, 09:51 AM   #7401
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wow, last five days have been insane for selling shit. only got the mi audio to sell now.

anyone looking for an awesome clean buffer/boost?
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Old 07-09-2014, 11:03 AM   #7402
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What do you mean, send my dirt trough the loop of the pedal?

EDIT: Thanks, got it. I guess im gonna go for the NS-2, the mooer pedals dont seem to have a really god rep online, at least the ones i looked at. And the decimator is kinda pricy, almost twice the NS-2
The standard Decimator is only a little more expensive than the NS-2, but they can found second-hand for cheap regularly. It's the G-string version that costs more. It has a loop like the NS-2 and is usually regarded as superior. That's just from reading other people's opinions.

The NS-2 is fine and as long as you don't dislike the way it affects your tone, I think you'll be happy.
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Old 07-09-2014, 12:54 PM   #7403
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Google Boss NS-2 X Connection. That's what they're referring to. It's a method of connecting the NS-2 that makes it pretty much silent.
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Old 07-09-2014, 01:04 PM   #7404
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The standard Decimator is only a little more expensive than the NS-2, but they can found second-hand for cheap regularly. It's the G-string version that costs more. It has a loop like the NS-2 and is usually regarded as superior. That's just from reading other people's opinions.

The NS-2 is fine and as long as you don't dislike the way it affects your tone, I think you'll be happy.


G-string doesn't have a loop. It's only got one gate. The loop is unaffected, and just used to trigger the gate.
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Old 07-09-2014, 05:39 PM   #7405
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^ Does that mean you can't use it in the x-pattern method like the NS2? Or does the NS2 only have the one gate too, but the X-pattern method sort of tricks it into cutting noise both in front of the amp and in the loop at the same time?

Been wondering this for a while IIRC I actually emailed ISP at one point but they didn't get back to me.
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This is a lawsuit waiting to happen. Going as far as throwing the "CENTAUR™" in there... Wow.
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