#1
What do they do and how do they work? I've never quite understood them...
2005 Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Marshall JCM900 MKIII Master Volume head
Carvin G412T cabinet
Line 6 DL-4
Boss BF-3
Boss CS-3
Boss NS-2
Boss OD-20
Boss PH-2
Ibanez TS-7 (being modded soon!)
#4
Sorry, I imagined I was a little vague. I've seen on Omar Rodriguez's (The Mars Volta) pedalboard, he has a true bypass strip at the bottom of it that he routes all his pedals through and I have no clue how it works.
2005 Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Marshall JCM900 MKIII Master Volume head
Carvin G412T cabinet
Line 6 DL-4
Boss BF-3
Boss CS-3
Boss NS-2
Boss OD-20
Boss PH-2
Ibanez TS-7 (being modded soon!)
#5
i don't knwo what a true bypass strip is, but true bypass means that if you have your setup guitar > pedal > amp, when you turn the pedal off, the signal goes directly to the amp.
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#6
^^yep, If your signal path is running through all those pedals when they are turned off, it muddies up your tone quite a bit, a must have if you are using lots of pedals.