#1
Planning on buyin this. I play for my local church group, and was just wondering if this is a good choice?
#2
do you have any experience with electronics?
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#4
It's decent if used to tighten up your tone as a light OD, but as a standalone pedal I'd look at something else.
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#6
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It's decent if used to tighten up your tone as a light OD, but as a standalone pedal I'd look at something else.

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it's a great pedal for running into a tube amp with slight breakup to add a bit more "edge" to the tone if you dial it in properly, but if you want to use it into a clean amp it's a bit fizzy and buzzy and harsh sounding and not really very useful for very much at all.
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#7
sounds good with mods though
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#8
My experience is that the distortion sounds very thin on this pedal unless you turn the gain almost full on.
#9
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#10
You can do a cheap mod to the pedal that will cost you about £5, that beefs up the pedal a bit. PM if you wanna know the mods and shit
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