#1
I want a clean sound mixed with a fuzz pedal. If i put a pedal to the left or right of the fuzz pedal. What would give it a clean sound? Or should i use a tubescreamer or slight amp gain
#2
You can't just make a fuzz pedal "clean" or make any fuzz pedal have a clean blend-in feature. You would have to get a fuzz pedal which specifically allows you to blend in your original clean guitar signal with the affected, "fuzzed" signal, which I do not know of any fuzz pedal like that.

Your amp also has to be set clean for you to even hear a clean sound. You cannot make a distorted amp or pedal "clean" with another pedal.
Last edited by Will Lane at Dec 19, 2016,
#3
a little confusing as to what you want to do. now if you are talking a stereo signal then you can have one side with the fuzz and one clean for a blended sound
#4
could you use a boss line selector for that?
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#6
thanks. I remember in a bass thread on the fretboard people were saying you could use an ls2 to get a clean blend with pretty much any dirt pedal, so I assumed it would work for guitar as well. if so, that might be the handiest way to do it...
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#7
I have an LS-2, and it works fine for all kinds of blending and switching, I use it with a reverb. The only thing you have to be aware of it that it doesn't have a phase switch, and some pedals invert the signal. - A bit of research will find which ones do this. If it occurs, you can either put another phase inverter in series with it, or buy a more expensive line selector.
Last edited by Tony Done at Dec 22, 2016,
#8
You'd need to put the fuzz in parallel with your clean signal, or use a fuzz pedal with some sort of 'clean blend' feature (some multi-effects have this).
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#9
Cant go wrong with a death by audio apocolypse pedal, i owned one for a year, and it has incredible octaves, very expensive though, i think 240 area, well worth it though
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