#1
So i just wanna know if there is a pedal that act like a 'clean boost' of ' bright switch' that u can find one most of traynor amps.

why am i asking this ?

When i plug my pod on my traynor and use the amp models whitout the bright switch its sound 'muffled' but when i press the switch its become like 30493-0 time better. So if i wanna plug it into a pa i could just buy a clean boost pedal and get a awsome sound like i get on my traynor.

Thanks
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#3
Plugging it into a PA should sound fine, but otherwise there are tonnes of them. Just look on musiciansfriend or summit.
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#4
It's not just "the bright sound" that's getting you the nice sound, it's the fact that you're using a good tube amp.

Have you tried just using the Pod through the PA yet? You might find you don't need the clean boost.
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Quote by KetchupLad14
It's not just "the bright sound" that's getting you the nice sound, it's the fact that you're using a good tube amp.

Have you tried just using the Pod through the PA yet? You might find you don't need the clean boost.


Im using a solid state. Probably one of the most underrated ever haha.

Well i tried to plug into the pa and its sounded kinda muffled. Next time ill try to boost the treble. will probably fix it
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Quote by Hcmanu
Im using a solid state. Probably one of the most underrated ever haha.

Well i tried to plug into the pa and its sounded kinda muffled. Next time ill try to boost the treble. will probably fix it

Oh sorry. I just looked quick and assumed it was a Traynor tube.

Yeah, I would try eqing it and such. There's no reason to spend money when you don't need to.

I have a feeling that it sounds nicer on that channel of your amp because of the characteristics of the channel, not the fact that it's a clean boost.
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Quote by KetchupLad14
Oh sorry. I just looked quick and assumed it was a Traynor tube.

Yeah, I would try eqing it and such. There's no reason to spend money when you don't need to.

I have a feeling that it sounds nicer on that channel of your amp because of the characteristics of the channel, not the fact that it's a clean boost.

Probably :P

O well my speaker change lots of things too :P
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#8
Clean boost and bright switch are two different things.

If you want to drive your front end with a pedal get an EQ.