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What pedal can let me "blend" my clean signal, with an effect box?

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  • #16
    Re: What pedal can let me "blend" my clean signal, with an effect box?

    I think that a simple 500k pot, will do the trick (aswell with some "Nicening soldering) ...

    hehe .

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    • #17
      Re: What pedal can let me "blend" my clean signal, with an effect box?

      Originally posted by Jacew View Post
      I've found that Fuzz are always too fuzzy for me, leaving only usable options a hair above 0. With blending I get much wider usable range from them.
      But what are you playing into? Certainly not a clean amp. That sounds awful.

      Fuzz isnít always something you can use for your overall sound. It doesnít always work well with chords. That depends on the fuzz; a Big Muff Pi is better on chords than more gated sounding fuzzes.

      I use fuzz for some solos, and even then it depends on what Iím playing. Thatís into a dirty amp.


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      • #18
        If you like to DIY, you can build one: https://guitarpcb.com/product/buff-n...o-any-circuit/

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        • #19
          Originally posted by DavidRavenMoon View Post
          Re: What pedal can let me "blend" my clean signal, with an effect box?



          But what are you playing into? Certainly not a clean amp. That sounds awful.

          Fuzz isnít always something you can use for your overall sound. It doesnít always work well with chords. That depends on the fuzz; a Big Muff Pi is better on chords than more gated sounding fuzzes.

          I use fuzz for some solos, and even then it depends on what Iím playing. Thatís into a dirty amp.


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          Yep, into dirty amp for "melting" type of OD/fuzz. Usually use them for short melodic lines or a singular wall-of-sound effect.

          Although Voodoo Octave does work quite well for overall sound, when dialed in right.
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          • #20
            Maybe a little pricey, but I recently bought one, and it does exactly what you're asking. x3. https://www.sweetwater.com/store/det...parallel-mixer

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