#1
So i'm after a noise gate and after reading alot of reviews it appears that the Decimator is the best one in pedal form.

But I don't understand the difference between the Decimator and the Decimator G string apart from the fact the Decimator G string is almost twice the price.

Also if anyone wants to recoment any over noise gate pedals it will be appritiated
#2
just search around in the forums here. there are trillions of threads about this one. I believe that the G-string is very good on clean playing too, although I'm not sure
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#4
it's sure possible but I won't know how it sounds since I've never done it. I think it might work though
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#6
G-String means you can change the channel of your amp or turn effects on and off and not lose any tone of the sustain of your playing. It measures the guitar input and whats coming through the preamp so only gets rid of excess noise.
#8
the g-string lets you plug into both the loop and in front of the amp at the same time. it functions almost like two decimator pedals, in other words.
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