#1
Just curios, cause I leave mine on all the time. It makes my dirty channel on my Marshall TSL sound much better!
#4
On certain songs I like the extra crunch it gives, but normally I just use it to boost for leads.

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#5
On the gain channel mine is always on, but when I switch to clean I turn it off, I have a little bit of grit on the TS, plus the cleans on my DSL401 aren't exactly sparkling in the first place it would mean I'd always get crunch on clean.
#6
well if its like Stairway to heaven, it would just be for the end got it? usually just leave it on for the solo.
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#8
I'm looking at getting another OD pedal for a solo boost after I discovered that I prefer my dirty channel with my OD acting as a boost.

as it is now it gets left on when I'm not playing clean
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#9
Mines on all the time, whether clean or dirty. I use an SHO for a boost when I solo.
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