#2
from what i heard the ISP, but i havent tried either

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#3
The MXR is a tone sucker compared to the ISP.
Current Rig:
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Marshall 1960BX
Electrics:
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Kramer
Acoustics:
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Ibanez
Pedals:
Isp Decimator
Cry Baby Wah
MXR MX108 10 Band EQ.
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#4
I was actually going to make a thread asking the same thing.

One question I'd like to ask: which actually reduces noise better? Like, rather than cut the noise during the breaks, actually gets rid of unwanted sound as your playing? My bad for hijacking the thread.
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#5
ISP Decimator seems to be a favorite around here, but I haven't tried either one.
Sorry for the not-so-helpful suggestion.
#9
Decimator by far.
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#10
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The MXR M-135 Smart Gate or the ISP Decimator?


Get the decimator. I am going to buy one myself today. I will probably have to go online because GC does not carry it.
Current Rig:
Splawn Quickrod
Marshall 1960BX
Electrics:
Les Paul with Dirty Fingers
Kramer
Acoustics:
Hohner
Ibanez
Pedals:
Isp Decimator
Cry Baby Wah
MXR MX108 10 Band EQ.
BBE Green Screamer