I have been going through some of the old pedals with different amps and such. At the time I found the dano a bit bright into my amps whereas the joyo, being a fair bit darker, worked better. I'd also guess that since there is no perfect pedal that when you diddle with the design, the people who didn't like version A just might like version B. What doesn't work well: One thing that really doesn't work well on the pedal is when you push the gain knob past 3 o'clock. A month or two passed, and after researching, youtubing, and reading I ventured off to Guitar Center who just happened to have a used one in stock.
The tone seems to be slightly compressed a little more than a real amp, but with just a little more bottom end. Originally Posted by TravvyBear: You mean did I preform oral on her? It will satisfy you, whether you want your audience roaring with shred tearing solos, or chilled out jazz tunes, you will be surprised by the results you get and this pedal will find a worthy place in your setup. Wetter you use it as booster, or overdrive pedal it will shine. © 2006-2016 All rights reserved. I place mine before my Fulldrive and have it as a totally clean boost. I tried it out on an amp and guitar that matched my setup at home, played for about 20 min, ponied up, bought it that day and have never looked back.
I'm sure someone knows a heck of a lot more than me, I've only had the 1. I don't see any obvious differences between 1. Great for boosting clean sounds and finding tones different than those British amps think Fender,Blackface or Tweed-style. With the gain on 9:00 it is a boost, but up around 3 it is a screamer. After the set, I laughingly asked, what the hell is that thing? I give it a perfect for that reason alone. Into a driven amp, it kicks things up a notch or two to a whole new level. It does all of it so well that it is hard to choose which setting I like best.
I'm currently looking for other options You might want to try metalzone yes, the famous boss metalzone to boost 2204 to hi gain territory. Essentially they can do the same tones but to get them you may have to put the dials in slightly different places on each pedal. Use this with a Strat and a Fender Deluxe and you'll have classic rock tones for days. The manual says the pedal can be powered with 9-18v. The upside is lower cost to the manufacturer, which should translate to a lower price for the user, as well as their being more parts availability for the manufacturer. This pedal was kindly provided by Project Music and you can purchase the pedal through them online and they ship worldwide.
It has a volume, gain, and treble and bass knobs, along with a mode switch. Whether or not it sounds better or worse is irrelevant. The head honcho is a douche so I have gathered from personal correspondence w. The real version number is marked on the inside of the enclosure with sharpy. If you can get past this guys wine infatuation you can see what initially appears to a radical difference between the 1. Dial down the gain and bump the volume, and it does this duty well.
Plus it sounds good through every amp I play it through, the same couldn't be said for the other pedals I tried out. This pedal is made to high standards and is quite an inexpensive boutique pedal. The problem however is the controls, and using it in either mode requires a total re appraisal of the knob position. But from memory he said it wasn't too much of a variation from the stock schematic. I need another boost pedal like I need.
Digging in lets notes cut through while playing softly cleans up your sound nicely. I have never bought one but I've checked them out once or twice and I have seen them being used at a couple gigs with good results. It is a heavy overdrive pedal. Both pedals are great, some players, including me, found the best way to pick was to get both. Apparently that's a pretty fine sounding thing too but in a very different way. After watching this I ordered the PlimSoul.
I have a Catalinbread Galileo, lovepedal od 11, and fuzzy lady all Ge. The clean boost i use now is I guess the real issue, since if I use that with my overdriven tone I get a huge boost, and if i use it when the amp is clean, the boost is not enough to cut. Mosfet has a boost switch is nice, but pedal is on larger side. The crunchy distortion maintains a natural valve-like dimension unheard of in most overdrive pedals. While being transparent, it does enhance the gain and sustain of your amp, while I have to reiterate that it does maintain your original sound. You also notice a slight midrange boost, reminiscent of an or a. We experimented by turning everything up to ten and putting them side by side in the chain through the same amp and guitar.
I own a few other treble boosters and I always liked that tone. Beginner guitarists check out our guide to. I was reading online that the V2 is popular but if you can blind test them and hear a difference I'd be very surprised. I really like the Fatboost 3 from Fulltone. I have heard a few I like and want like the Blue Note, Guthry Trapp, etc but it's like waking from a coma after 18 years of no musical endeavors.
I sold the v4 soon after getting it. I do wonder if it's amp sensitive. Not only does this pedal make your amp bite more but it really spanks the front end giving it good saturated distortion. Although anytime I've seen someone using it they were running it more like a distortion, but with very good results. Both are great pedals and I had both on my board for awile. It makes a Strat get a little beefier when plugged into a clean amp. Like the Klon Centaur, its circuit was shrouded in mystery as it contained gooped epoxy on its circuit board covering its secrets.