#1
Half-closing the wah and then turning down the treble on my amp makes my riff tone so much better, is there another way of getting this mid boost without having to buy another wah just for this tone? For a gig it would be even more annoying having to change the position of a wah just for changing from rhythm to lead. Is there a cheap mid-boost pedal I could get?
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#3
Can't really top that suggestion TBH!
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#4
Yup, an EQ pedal and boost the mid frequencies.
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#5
Ah... well there you go. My friend's got a Boss GT-6, will that pedal do?
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#6
No. That's a multi FX, with a whole lot of effects, and probably not got a separate EQ effect.
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#8
Are those pedals like an FX Pedal? As in do they have their own settings that differ from the amp (e.g a separate kind of 'treble' that the amp has, like a distortion pedal has it's own distortion)
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#9
It's literally just an outboard, dedicated EQ. You get sliders to boost or cut individual frequencies, and usually a slider for the overall level.
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