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Big shot mixer versus the keymaster

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by duderus, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. duderus

    duderus

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    I like what both have to offer but I need more advice as to choose one over the other.

    I like how the big shot mixes the signal and has noise reduction.

    Key master has tons of functions, I didn't see much on noise reduction. What would be a good alternative if I got this pedal.

    Thank you!
  2. taurus1

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    use the Bigshot Mix and my bandmate has the Keymaster, we both have different needs and they work well for our requirements.
    the Keymaster has more features, depends what your requirements are.
  3. duderus

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    I like the options of the keymaster. Do u find the big shot is always on? Does it reduce noise for you?
  4. taurus1

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    I don't have any noise issues to begin with, I'm not sure if will reduce noise or not.
    I do keep it on at all times, it doesn't mess with my signal and I really like the phase switch as it makes a huge difference.
  5. duderus

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    Would u say they can do the same thing but the keymaster has more options?

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