#1
My current rig is basically:

Gibson SG std -74 -> Ibanez TS9 -> Orange Rocerverb 50 w/ Orange 2x12 CB

I use medium-gain settings on the OD channel of my rockerverb and i use the TS9 to boost it towards higher gain so i can get that heavy palmmuting sound. I'm overall very satisfied with my tone and sound, it's just that the TS9 cuts abit too much low-end for my taste.

In a band situation it doesn't really matter, but when i play at home i just can't get over it.

So i am looking for a new OD pedal that wont cut as much low as the TS9, i have been looking at the green rhino that has a 100hz -12/+12 knob, good idea ?

Suggestions please
#2
what are your settings on the TS9?
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#3
I'm no pedalhead, but i've heard the green rhino is incredible
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#5
Quote by vismbr


try put the drive to 0, the level to max and tone to taste ( as everyone says )

I would do the high-gain settings on the amp

If the rockerverb is anything like the Thunder 30 i tried, i would set gain to 6-7 and volume around 2

you can always experiment!
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#6
Quote by vismbr
So i am looking for a new OD pedal that wont cut as much low as the TS9, i have been looking at the green rhino that has a 100hz -12/+12 knob, good idea ?

The green rhino is pretty much a TS9. But with more control. So if you like the TS except for the bass cut than maybe the green rhino will be good for you.
The bad monkey is a cheaper option. Which also has a bass control
If you don't like the mid boost of the TS, as well as the bass cut, you could go for a more transparent overdrive. Do you like the mid boost?
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#8
check out the catalinbread silver kiss if you can find one. tubescreamer with a three band eq.

or a cmatmods super signa drive might be cheaper. dunno what the silver kiss goes for these days.
#10
i have the green rhino, its the best overdrive that i've used. i recommend it
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#12
actually, come to think of it, my signa drive (standard) doesn't really cut any bass.

actually ts, just get your tubescreamer modded. you can even get a switch to switch it between low cut and low pass.
#13
Replacing the 0.047uF capacitor with a 0.1uF one will reduce the bass cut substantially without getting muddy. Lot cheaper than buying a new pedal.
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#14
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Replacing the 0.047uF capacitor with a 0.1uF one will reduce the bass cut substantially without getting muddy. Lot cheaper than buying a new pedal.

This might be a good idea?

Is there any tutorial for this? Replacing the capacitor isn't the problem, the problem is finding the right one, i'm not used to electric schematics.
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#18
The Green Rhino is one of the best ODs there is IMO. I also like the Hardwire CM-2.
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