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Knob inside swollen pickle?

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by KlystronNoir, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. KlystronNoir

    KlystronNoir

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    Hi talkbassers. I jUst wanted to know if any one knows what this the adjustment Knox on the inside of the pedal is for and also what might be a good starting position to have it at for bass guitar. Thanks
  2. franksgbass

    franksgbass Supporting Member

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    Turn them both all the way to the right.
  3. powmetalbassist

    powmetalbassist Supporting Member

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    They are internal controls. I have similar in my porkloin, they act as basic settings for the sound of the pedal and the knobs on the pedals outside edit that basic sound. Think of it as pre-pedal and master pedal settings.
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  5. KlystronNoir

    KlystronNoir

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    Hi, recently you commented on a thread regarding a wayvhuge swollen pickles internal knobs. You had said to turn them all the way to the right. This may seem stupid but did you mean all the way to the right when the pedal is turned over and open?
  6. franksgbass

    franksgbass Supporting Member

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    I meant when they are on the bottom. So not turned over. This will give you the most saturated fuzz. That's what I dug the most.
  7. KlystronNoir

    KlystronNoir

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    I must atm ridiculous. But just to finalize. They should be turned down completely for the tone your talking about.
  8. KlystronNoir

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    Sorry. Seem ridiculous
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