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Re: Volume pedals
> *laughing* -Am I the only one who doesn't give
> a load of dingo's
> kidneys what type of volume pedal I use?!
Nope. i'd like to point out that robert fripp used the same volume pedal
like 25 years, because he liked the throw of it. it also happened to be
cheapest volume pedal he could find at the time (or was that his fuzz box
point being, he didn't care either. he picked it because it felt good, not
because of it's impact on his tone.
i myself used a Rolls volume pedal for years because it was cheap and i
had it. i recently fell into a loaned Yamaha MFC with 4 FC7 pedals which
using via MIDI to control my volumes now.
i gave the Rolls to the shoegazer band i'm recording right now. they don't
any money, and like having the volume pedal. life is good.
--- dgoat <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If you (in the general sense) don't care about
> true-bypass on all of
> your effects pedals, then your signal is probably so
> degraded that a
> passive volume pedal SUCKING out your tone probably
> won't be noticed.
what is this thing called "tone-suck"? i've heard alot of guitarists use
term on effects forums and whatnot, but no one bothers to explain the
phenomenon quantitavely. is it a subjective term like "phat", or an
term like "punchy"?
FWIW the volume pedal on my Hammond organ (of which there is no equal in
except maybe the Ernie Ball and the Yamaha FC7) doesn't completely choke
signal at the bottom, has 34 distinct steps (it's a stepped R/C network),
has a completely different EQ curve at the top (flat) than the bottom
it's quite freakish as a pure volume pedal but it kicks ass musically.
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