#1
I was wondering. I'm thinking about buying a effects pedal but don't know how one works.
#2
It doesn't matter how one works, it is how you use it. just plug it in, and press down the pedal hard or soft for different sounds. Just get a regular guitar cable and a nine volt battery, and plug your guitar to the pedal, then get another guitar cable, and plug the pedal to the amp, or next pedal, whichever.
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#3
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It doesn't matter how one works, it is how you use it. just plug it in, and press down the pedal hard or soft for different sounds. Just get a regular guitar cable and a nine volt battery, and plug your guitar to the pedal, then get another guitar cable, and plug the pedal to the amp, or next pedal, whichever.


...why would that make a difference?
#4
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...why would that make a difference?

+1
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#5
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...why would that make a difference?

Wah maybe?

and the guy was right except for that bit michal23 bolded
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#6
but just fyi, pedals function due to tiny music fairies working their asses off inside the casing. so, pedals are basically adorable little sweat shops!
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#7
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but just fyi, pedals function due to tiny music fairies working their asses off inside the casing. so, pedals are basically adorable little sweat shops!

The sound that comes from a wah is actually the result of a piston on the end that crushes those fairies when your foot comes down and them screaming is your tone
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#8
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The sound that comes from a wah is actually the result of a piston on the end that crushes those fairies when your foot comes down and them screaming is your tone


damn right
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#9
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damn right

the fasel mods you can do to crybabys actually works like a tiny slavedriver to keep the fairies in line
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#11
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but just fyi, pedals function due to tiny music fairies working their asses off inside the casing. so, pedals are basically adorable little sweat shops!

Haha, Im new to all this electric guitar stuff I've been playing Acoustic every since I started
#12
I was looking for something that would help give me a more AC/DC sound through a kustom dart 10 amp