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i got a Godlyke power supply and and audio technica wireless system for my guitar for christmas, and while they both work perfect, I have a problem of getting microphonic feedback much more easily. would a noisegate work to prevent this? if so, what are some good inexpensive ones, since i dont have much money? Does anyone have any experience with the behringer one? ive heard some of their pedals suck but some arent too bad.
#2
ISP Decimator, there is no replacement.
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#3
I have both the Decimator and the Boss NS-2.
The Boss has a loop for your time based effects, is bit more tweakable and gets rid of amp hiss, but it sucks tone.

The Decimator is tonally transparent, but I still get some hiss from my amp.

The Decimator G string is the way to go if you have the $$$. .
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ISP Decimator, there is no replacement.


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ISP is the best
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#5
ISP if you love blind bandwagons. Also, the Boss SUCKS TONE.

But seriously, they are both good at what they do. ISP is a solid little unit with very little versatility but is good for general feedback, wheras the Boss has much more versatility and arguably inferior noise reduction.

Given the money, you should go for the big daddy ISP Rack Unit. All the time.
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The Decimator is tonally transparent, but I still get some hiss from my amp.

The Decimator G string is the way to go if you have the $$$. .


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