#1
i run a 1983 ibanez proline 1550 through a kustom dfx 100, and its sounds great but im looking for a pedal that will maybe thicken things up. i use the chorus reverb effect on my amp but its still sounds preety thin, any suggestions on pedals?
#2
dunno about pedals but you could try heavyer guage strings, or raising the base side of you pups.
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#3
You could try a delay pedal set to a very short time delay and repeat.
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#4
does that guitar have humbuckers? or single coils? if it has single coils (like a strat) you might wanna think about getting something with humbuckers like a les paul or something. as for pedals, try an EQ pedal. raise the mids or low end a bit. or get an overdrive pedal.
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#6
Strings and set up are important. What are you settings on that amp? I know it has a USA/Brit switch for the lead channel and a bright/norm switch for the clean channel.

I own one also and I know that amp is very bass heavy and loud at 1 or 2 but after that it starts to max out and really push the mids.
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#7
boost teh midz?
#8
A mid-boost with an eq pedal? It helps my fat strat clone sound really beefy!
#9
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boost teh midz?


In principal I agree with this but first we should probably know what your EQ actually looks like in the first place...
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Try bumping your mids up to 5.

Does your guitar have singlecoil pickups or humbuckers?
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#13
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single coils and a bucker at the bridge


Then you absolutely need to pump your mids a bit, at least 5.
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