#1
Ok tomorrow night I'm playing for my youth group at church. It's just me playing my acoustic.

I was wondering if I used my Boss SD-1 pedal to add some crunchier tones if it would sound good being that it's just me on my acoustic?

I'm playing Praise and Worship songs. So there's nothing crazy that i'm playing.

Thanks
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#3
Remember to yell out HAIL SATAN at the end of your set.
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#4
Yeah bust out the pedal for like the first two songs. Just try it through the system first to make sure you won't get feedback
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#5
^ sweet I prolly will
Quote by Metal-X
But last time I cranked my amp up. A small bird flew by at the same time I did a pinch harmonic.... and it exploded....



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#6
it might sound okay....but its acoustic, and in a church. i dont think itll go with the "mood"
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#7
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Remember to yell out HAIL SATAN at the end of your set.


Sadly... that made my day.
Stay acoustic... It'll be more appreciated.
#8
ahahhaha. when i play for my youth group right, i use only acoustic. but my music coordinator uses a effects pedal for really cool sounds :P
get the g2.1u its awesome. hehe
#9
A bit of chorus might work, but distortion in church just doesn't seem to fit.

Although anything that improves 'Come by Yah' is worth a go.
#10
you could
but for "crunchy tones"
idk
haha, but yeah put the mids down and the trble and bass up
umm, if you have corus, phaser, and those kind of pedals are fun
but distortion stuff gives you a bunch of crap with acoustics
have fun
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