#1
so i have a boss ds-1 distortion pedal and every time i engage it from clean my volume goes down quite a bit. what can i do about this? line 6 spider 3 amp... i know, i know, i ordered a carvin 50w nomad
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#3
have the volume knob high before you turn it on
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#4
New battery maybe?

Tell me how you like the Nomad, I was thinking about getting one a while ago, but was told it "didn't fit my style." (I play everything except metal.)
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#5
Just turn it up and check the battery.
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#6
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turn the volume knob up.


On a DS-1 this is labeled as "Level". Turn it clockwise to turn the volume up.
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