#1
So with my Bugera 6262, I'm going to be gigging soon. Will this remove feedback and amp hiss at the same time?
#2
Get a isp decimator instead ns-2 sucks tone
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#4
Actually the NS-2 doesn't suck, and all noise suppressors will grab some of your sound.


Either of the two are good choices.
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Actually the NS-2 doesn't suck, and all noise suppressors will grab some of your sound.


Either of the two are good choices.

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Quote by Gundamnitpete
Actually the NS-2 doesn't suck, and all noise suppressors will grab some of your sound.


Either of the two are good choices.


NS-2 sucks for a lot, but not all amps. Some are more susceptible than others. Overall the ISP is a better pick, but the NS-2 tone suckage at high volume should be hardly noticeable
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#7
yeah i mean i prefer the decimator, but if you need to cut noise both in front of the amp and in the loop, then the ns2 may be better unless you can stretch to the g-string (or two decimators).

FWIW my decimator pretty much cuts all noise, and that's when it's just in the loop. I have an NS2 as well and I only use my decimator. Obviously that doesn't say anything about your situation, lol, that may not work for you.
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#8
I love my NS-2.

I mean, if I was in a position financially to have a G-String, I would no questions. But on a budget, there's no beating the functionality of the NS-2.

That said, if you don't run any pedals in front of your amp, then the Decimator would be fine and better, just in the loop. But if you do run pedals, you're going to want that extra gating.

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#9
I have the NS-2, it works. No tone suckage, and if it does - you turn it off when you play and click it on when you're not/chugging hard.
#10
i think the isp will cut all noise jsut in the loop. it does that for me haha. dead quiet
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@Dave: What thread is that AM quote from in your sig? That's really funny.


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#12
Dude, feedback is totally Rock n' Roll. Learn2SonicYouth.


But seriously, the ISP Decimator is definitely the better noise suppressor. I'm rather bias against BOSS, however.
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#13
Google "NS-2 X-pattern". It allows for reduction of feedback from guitar and preamp noise in the loop.
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