#1




Hardwire TL-2 Metal Distortion
Boss GE-7 EQ

This set up really only gives me 4 tones.
Clean
Clean EQ'd- Really nice
Metal - I like the loose setting on the pedal, the tight is a bit shrill and 'poppy'/wah-ish. This loose setting is good for kind of mastodon sounds when you turn the gain back a bit.
EQ'd metal- This is where it gets heavy


Overall, the pedal is better then I expected. I thought it was gonna be too digital sounding (although it does a little bit) and way to bassy, but it delivers.

In a week, I should have a small stone nano.

Edit: I did find a much nicer setting on the EQ then the one in the picture.
Gear: Warmoth Soloist / Hondo Acou. / Ibanez AS73

Hardwire TL-2 / Boss GE-7 / Electro Harmonix Small Stone Nano / Boss DD-3 / MXR Smart Gate / Ibanez TS9 / Unknown Tremolo

Bugera V55 / Home Made Cab w/ Celestion Speakers G12M & G12T
Last edited by SG310user at Nov 20, 2009,
#2
Wow those mids are... well... missing.


Happy NGD!
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#6
As said above, I did find better settings. I put the mids on the TL-2 to about 11 o'clock and kinda leave the three middle sliders alone ( in the middle).

But thanks, it sounds pretty mehtool
Gear: Warmoth Soloist / Hondo Acou. / Ibanez AS73

Hardwire TL-2 / Boss GE-7 / Electro Harmonix Small Stone Nano / Boss DD-3 / MXR Smart Gate / Ibanez TS9 / Unknown Tremolo

Bugera V55 / Home Made Cab w/ Celestion Speakers G12M & G12T