#1
so i graduated highschool a week ago and since my zip fell through i decided im going to spend it all on pedals

first off i need a noise reducer. wheni play in my basement it has alot of excess noise (its not the amp when i played it at school shows it was dead silent)
i was thinking an isp decimator

next i was thinking either an eq pedal or a compressor

any recommendations on which of these i should look into?

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#2
I have an isp and it does exactly whats its susposed to do. No problems at all.
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#3
my two next pedal I will buy are compressor and loop pedal. You should take a look at these.
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#4
I;d say get the compressor if you play live often or are recording a lot. Ive got the aphex punch factory, and it is absolutely brilliant. if not check out an EQ, mxr is good or danelectro fish n' chips fora budget
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#5
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my two next pedal I will buy are compressor and loop pedal. You should take a look at these.

+1111
loop pedals help with learning improv SO much.
It's easier to solo in G major when there is a chord progression in the back ground in G major.
See what I mean?
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#6
Quote by timzee117

first off i need a noise reducer. wheni play in my basement it has alot of excess noise (its not the amp when i played it at school shows it was dead silent)
i was thinking an isp decimator

Sounds like a power conditioner would be better
#7
Quote by musicTHEORYnerd
+1111
loop pedals help with learning improv SO much.
It's easier to solo in G major when there is a chord progression in the back ground in G major.
See what I mean?
Sorry If I spelled stuff wrong, I'm on my new iPod touch XD


No, do not buy a loop pedal. They seem fun at first, but most likely after a while the hype will wear off and you'll almost never use it.

If you want to practice improvising, just play with some music.
#8
Quote by pak1351
Sounds like a power conditioner would be better


+1. If the amp was fine at school then you have a problem with the wiring at home. A proper power conditioner is the answer but they can get pricey, perhaps look at the units designed for PC and HiFi use unless you want a Furman.
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#9
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No, do not buy a loop pedal. They seem fun at first, but most likely after a while the hype will wear off and you'll almost never use it.


A looper seems useful for layering sounds live if you don't have enough band members to do it, but I have one built into my DL-8.
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#10
i dont need a looper i already have one and its amazing

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97 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe

Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#12
Loopers are the most useful tools ever. From practice to live. Never would have gotten to my skill level without a looper.
Listen to some minus the bear. Most all their songs have a layer using the loop on their DL4's

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#13
That's different, post-rock is all about that stuff. And the DL-4 is a delay pedal, with a loop function, which is a lot more useful than a dedicated loop pedal IMO.
#14
how about giving us a budget and genres etc etc???

then we can gfet some SERIOUS recomendations going down
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