#1
Just wondering what are your views on Noise surpressors? Are they any good, do they actually work like? i was looking at the behringer and boss peadls on the internet but seeing as its a pedal that would usually always be on, i was thinking would this be any good

MicroHum Destroyer

http://www.behringer.com/HD400/index.cfm?lang=ENG

I know its not a noise surpressor, but would it be any good? Anyone ever tried it?

Btw, as anyone ever used the Analog Mixer?

http://www.behringer.com/MX400/index.cfm?lang=ENG
#3
ISP Decimator for sure. I have a Boss NS-2 and a Decimator and IMO ISP wins hands down.
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#4
^ +1. on everything.
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#6
The one in the link you posted is a lot lot cheaper than an ISP decimator. Is it any good? What about the BOSS 1? I mean I really need one of these things but 100 quid is a lot of money...
#7
i think you can get the decimator for around £80...

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#9
Don't take the Rocktron Hush the Pedal, it was not impressive at all. Did nothing useful for me, but sucked the tone only.
#10
I have the NS-2, and it works very, very well. The ISP Decimator seems to be favored by most, but it also costs more.
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#11
^ that's true. another thing to remember, from my experience, is that the decimator is a lot better than the ns2 for cutting amp noise- but if you only want to cut pedal noise, it's a lot closer- I think (though I may be wrong) that the boss ns2 is probably designed with pedals in mind, seeing as how it's made by boss...
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