#1
what is the difference between the isp decimator pedal and the isp decimator pro rack?
#2
They are the same thing, one is in pedal form, and the other is rack mounted. The rack has two channels and can run at line-level in the loop.

There is the "G" version of both. Those compare the input reference signal with an output signal - and use an algorithm to filter out the noise.
Last edited by 667 at Aug 26, 2009,
#3
i dont use any effects so is worth it to spend the extra money on the rack version?

the g is out of my price range
#4
Do you have any other rack gear? If not, then I wouldn't worry about getting the rack version.

Is your amp very noisy? If you are considering a Prorack, then the ISP Decimator G String Pedal is not out of your budget. The G string will take care of feedback AND amp hiss in from the loop.
#5
no rack gear YET.. but eventually i would like to have a rack with eq, tuner and the decimator. i just wanted to know if the rack pro is better than the stomp box or if its the same thing just made to fit in a rack. if its the same thing i might hold off on the rack gear and just get the box for now.

no the amp isnt noisy (krank rev) but my guitar is (jackson with a new emg pickup).
#6
^ I'd go for the pedal then. If your amp isn't hissy and you need to quell feedback, just get the regular ISP pedal and run it in front of the amp.