#2
I use it to boost my Way Huge Swollen Pickle.

A Big Muff Pi is an overdrive pedal, right?
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#3
Quote by AeolianSeventh
I use it to boost my Way Huge Swollen Pickle.

A Big Muff Pi is an overdrive pedal, right?


I'm pretty sure Big Muffs are Fuzz pedals.

I've got a Danelectro Pure Drive O/D, and I use it by itself to add a bit of crunch to my clean sound, and I also use it in front of my Big Muff for my leads. I find it cleans up the fuzz and lets it cut through the mix better than the Muff by itself.
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#4
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I'm pretty sure Big Muffs are Fuzz pedals.

Disregard my last post--apparently I don't own an overdrive pedal.
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#6
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actually been wondering how everybody's using their overdrives? do you use it for clean boost for your tube amp?


yeah mainly this one

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do you use the overdrive mixed with the boos?


i'm not that bad... i don't get booed that often

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just the overdrive?


occasionally

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may be you boost a distotion pedal with it or something?


occasionally
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#7
I don't like overdrive pedals. I just roll the volume up on my guitar. However, I'm probably gunna be getting an LPB-1 in the near future.
#8
I use it as a Bass-tightener. basically,

Output : Max
Gain: Min
Level/Tone: wherever sounds good.

this is good for amps with a really fat and wobbly bass sound that you want to tighten for palm muting and chugging riffs.
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#9
I use the ts-9 on my rp to boost the amp models.
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#10
i usually use mine for leads in conjuction with my amps distortion. don't really do the clean boost thing i use a little of the pedals dirt to add to my existing dirt for leads as well as the eq to help the lead sound stand out. i also use it cranked up thru the clean channel as it has a different distortion sound than my amp naturally produces. i use the Digitech Hardwire CM-2 Tube Overdrive.
#11
I don't use my amp's distortion much at all. I set my amp so that it breaks up the slightest bit when I hit the strings really hard, then use a two-channel overdrive/distortion for anything heavier than that.
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#12
at home, band practice and gigs mostly.

sometimes to hold the door open, it's heavy enough.

or sometime i used it tighten up the gain on my ax efx. low end is so damn flabby, shouldda waited for version 2.2.
#15
I use either my Bad Monkey or my MXR Classic Distortion in front of an already distorted channel on my Flextone. I'm surprised it works as well as it does, with the modelling and what not..
#16
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I use either my Bad Monkey or my MXR Classic Distortion in front of an already distorted channel on my Flextone. I'm surprised it works as well as it does, with the modelling and what not..


right? cause that treadplate model is way to flabby and it just works great
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#17
depends on what amp i'm using.

if it's a solid state or a non master volume tube amp that can't be boosted into overdrive unless the volume is retardedly loud, i'll use an OD just like i would use a distortion pedal, and use a compressor to boost the overdrive pedal for solos, but if i'm getting drive from a tube amp i'll use an OD pedal as a solo boost to add a little bit of gain and presence.
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#20
I've used my TS9 in all sorts of ways, usually it's a boost to my gain channel, but yesterday, on stage, I used it for a slight grit to my clean tone, sounded beautiful, gave it that feel of having the clean channel pushed, without it actually being pushed.
#21
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I've used my TS9 in all sorts of ways, usually it's a boost to my gain channel, but yesterday, on stage, I used it for a slight grit to my clean tone, sounded beautiful, gave it that feel of having the clean channel pushed, without it actually being pushed.

so you used it to push the clean channel and it sounded like a clean channel being pushed but it wasn't.

makes perfect sense.
#22
Quote by gregs1020
so you used it to push the clean channel and it sounded like a clean channel being pushed but it wasn't.

makes perfect sense.
It shouldn't. He didn't say he wanted to push the clean channel.
#24
Yeah, it makes no sense
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also



nice

I have a DOD YJM308 that I use mainly as a clean boost, once I modded it though I was able to get some decent lower gain tones over my clean channel.
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#28
I set it to CRUSHING and play a-minor penatonics.

srs faces on however, i use the Ts9 to boost the lead channel
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#29
Quote by gregs1020
so you used it to push the clean channel and it sounded like a clean channel being pushed but it wasn't.

makes perfect sense.



I know it does. Try it, it works to a degree, it's not exactly like the real thing, but it does work.
#30
When it was still working: As a light distortion, like they were originally meant to be used. Also stacked after a fuzz to get an awesome gnarly distortion sound.

Now: As a cool lookin' paper weight.
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#31
Depends on what amp i'm using really.

On the amp i have now a peavey ultra plus i dont use overdrives as a clean boost since i feel its fine as is..

I do sometimes use an od on the clean channel though for bl00zak and such