#1
Hi, just wondering about the ISP Decimator (rack version) as I need an upgrade from my tone-sucking NS-2, when switching from distortion to clean, will it chop off my notes unless I turn the threshold down?

Had a quick search but found no definate answer.

Thanks.
#2
With the rack setup, no it won't.

I mean it will if you turn the threshold too high,
but with two channels on that rack there'll be no need to turn it that high to achieve the results you need.

You're good!

EDIT: the clean channel will have to be the same volume, (or louder) than the distortion channel though, I believe. That's just simple tweaking though.
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Last edited by Faux~Affliction at Aug 27, 2010,
#3
I'm confused now xD

So there are two threshold dials, one controls the guitar and one controls the amp, is this correct?
#4
its 2 channels. you can run one into the front of the amp and one into the effects loops.

and when set right, it wont cut off your clean. i use the pedal right into the front of my amp and it clamps down on my distortion and lets my cleans breathe
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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