#1
I have a list of compression pedals does anyone else have any of them that could tell me which one would be the best ?

Mad Professor Forest Green Compressor

Wampler Ego

barber Tone Press
#2
i havent personally played any of these particular pedals, but have used other pedals from each manufacturer. i promise you wont be disappointed in any of the three. All three brands do an incredible job on their pedals.

if i had to choose one, i would say go with the wampler because im a huge fan of the wampler brand.
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#3
Among them, the mad professor if ya ask me.
Among all pedals, the suhr koji - awesome shit.
Among all compressors, the 3630 because it's so ****in' cheap and it works as good as the other ones.
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I'm not a fan of compression pedals, but they work better with single coils IMO
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I really like my MXR Custom Comp. got it for $75 US used.
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I love the MXR DynaComp. I bought the pedal not really even knowing what a compression pedal does and was just attracted by the good used price. It is now my favorite pedal that is almost always on.
#7
i have really been digging the simplicty and generally good feedback i hear from the Accountant Compressor from fairfield curcuitry.

i love small and simple. love the dip switches. i think they made it for me. might just buy it.
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i would add diamond to your list. last time i played one i was pleased, but i haven't played any of the others. just to throw in the idea.

i strongly discourage the standard MXR dynacomp, it is EXTREMELY loud.
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Yer some other points this will be used with humbuckers I do like the idea of having the blend knob and sustain , I didn't add the diamond casuto my list because i think having the blend might be better with humbuckers , also i want the sustain for solos .
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i strongly discourage the standard MXR dynacomp, it is EXTREMELY loud.


There's a knob on it called "Output" that lowers the volume if you turn it down
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There's a knob on it called "Output" that lowers the volume if you turn it down


He means the noise-to-signal ratio. It's a hissy pedal at times.

Add the Diamond in there, TS. It's one of the best, if not the best, compressors out right now.
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He means the noise-to-signal ratio. It's a hissy pedal at times.

Add the Diamond in there, TS. It's one of the best, if not the best, compressors out right now.


Thanks on the backup.
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#13
I think they is still a difference in having the blend knob to control the compressor less or more and having as much sustain , I think the Diamond has EQ instead I am really considering the Tone press seems to be a good price for what you get
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I love the MXR DynaComp. I bought the pedal not really even knowing what a compression pedal does and was just attracted by the good used price. It is now my favorite pedal that is almost always on.


Have you found out what it does yet?
#15
Empress Compressor.

It has a mix knob, ratio, attack & release controls, as well as input and output gain controls.

The thing that really sets it apart is that it has a gain reduction meter. Way too few comps have this.

Empress and Diamond seem to compete neck and neck, but my opinion is generally that Empress makes the better pedal. In any case I can think of.
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