#2
Probably... Have you tried a boost with it?
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#3
Quote by MatrixClaw
Probably... Have you tried a boost with it?



i have NOT...the tone is pretty generic, but my continual plam mutes dont have that nice crispiness and clarity..

would a boost help?

perhaps using the MXR as a boost?

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#4
Quote by jcp42877
i have NOT...the tone is pretty generic, but my continual plam mutes dont have that nice crispiness and clarity..

would a boost help?

perhaps using the MXR as a boost?

Yeah, it is a pretty generic tone, though I do enjoy it, not bad.

I used a DSL50 in the studio a few weeks back and used my Maxon OD-808 running in front of the distortion channel and the result was one of the most articulate sounds I've ever heard come out of an amp.

I didn't bring my MXR though, so I couldn't tell you if you'd get the same result. I'd suggest you go to your local music shop that carries the DSL (or bring your own amp), and try it out on a similar cab with a bunch of OD pedal and the EQ. That way, you'll find exactly what you want, without taking a chance
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#6
Quote by acdcrocks0323
^^A boost would tighten it up, which might in turn make your palm mutes crisper.



ahah! success! well, when i asked on here a while back between the mxr and a tubescreamer..

both which i planned to use as a boost, and to tweak the EQ finely, most everyone agreed for the MXR, because it had great boosting abilities, and it's fine tuning capabilities were next to none

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