#1
lookin for something simple, needs 3 channels so i can hook up atleast for my peavy 6505+ and a good noise gate nothing more. anyone know of such a thing?
#2
Seriously a pedal board is extremely easy to make and really cheap. I made my pedal board that will hold 12 pedals nicely, 1"x6" Oak wood, paint, velcro and screws and it was less than $30 USD to build. I will never buy one pre made, it is a waist of money.

there are some picks in my profile with pedals on it, it isn't great pic's but you'll get the idea.
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#3
im not talking about holding petals im talking about something that will hook in 2 my amp and i can actually change channels with it...i dont really know what there called i just looked up multi effects petals on youtube and it looked like the right thing lol...
#4
Pretty sure your amp uses a TRS jack for the footswitch and if it does this will work just fine and it is way cheaper than the ones Peavey sells for their amps
www.amazon.com/Marshall-Footswitch-Two-Button-With/dp/B003OYOXJI/ref=sr_1_4?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1404852898&sr=1-4&keywords=marshall+foot+switch
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#5
so it has 3 channels right both pushed in high distortion then crunch is one light on then none is clean right?
#7
Buy a used Boss NS-2.
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#9
Im sorry, but i was looking for one with a noise gate on it...cut down on cords and crap...
#10
Quote by svaree
Im sorry, but i was looking for one with a noise gate on it...cut down on cords and crap...

...

Are you looking for a channel switcher or a multi FX board?
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#11
Ok you want a footswitch to change channels, a bad monkey and a ns-2 I think that's everything. It doesn't really require a board tbh.
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#12
You won't get any regular footswitch with a noise gate. Get two seperate units.
#13
If all you're using is guitar and amp, all you should need are good pick ups to control noise. And what exactly do you mean by "channels" ?
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#14
You need the Peavey 6505+ footswitch which takes a 7 pin din cable to switch channels.
I'm guessing if you have a 6505+ you're playing some very high gain stuff. I WOULD NOT recommend the NS-2. It isn't a noise gate, it's a noise suppressor. The ISP - Decimator is your best bet. It's slightly more expensive ($130 vs $100 new) but it's well worth it.

I have a 6505+ and a NS-2 and a ISP - Decimator. I know what's up.
#15
prs, if i can only use that 7 pin plug then the isp sounds like the right way 2 go. i once had one but some douche stole it...thanks everyone, i was just trying to get a channel switcher with a noise gate built in...but then i guess i would have to buy the damn cords...then i guess i only need to buy one cord if i go with this. thanks again everyone
#16
Quote by PRSLover17
You need the Peavey 6505+ footswitch which takes a 7 pin din cable to switch channels.
I'm guessing if you have a 6505+ you're playing some very high gain stuff. I WOULD NOT recommend the NS-2. It isn't a noise gate, it's a noise suppressor. The ISP - Decimator is your best bet. It's slightly more expensive ($130 vs $100 new) but it's well worth it.

I have a 6505+ and a NS-2 and a ISP - Decimator. I know what's up.


Doesn't the noise suppressor reduce the gain and mess with your sound because of that?
#17
Quote by svaree
(...) then i guess i only need to buy one cord if i go with this. (...)

If you only have one cable right now, you'll need two more.
You'll want to wire your gear like this:

Guitar ---(cable)---> Peavey 6505+ input
FX loop out ---(cable)---> ISP Decimator ---(cable)---> FX loop in
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#18
Quote by Reages
Doesn't the noise suppressor reduce the gain and mess with your sound because of that?


It really does, especially for high gain tight playing. I find it pulls a lot of mids/high out of your tone too.
#19
Quote by Reages
Doesn't the noise suppressor reduce the gain and mess with your sound because of that?

Only if you set the gate/threshold too high, or you have a shitty noise gate/suppresor
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