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Question for Grey Stache Users...

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by russpurdy, Mar 4, 2014.


  1. russpurdy

    russpurdy

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    When you have the tone dimed and turn the mids all the way down does your signal drop out completely? I never realized mine did this before.
     
  2. skulletwhip

    skulletwhip

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    I think I recall that happening with mine. I always crank the mids all the way up though.
     
  3. russpurdy

    russpurdy

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    I figured it was an issue of how much signal is being allowed through. I put it up for sale so I ran through all the controls to make sure it was working properly and couldn't remember ever maxing the controls like that. Anyone else notice the same phenomenon?
     
  4. MCS4

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    I do seem to recall something like that happening when I first tried it out and was working through the ranges of the knobs. I would never know now because I always dime the mids knob.
     
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  6. russpurdy

    russpurdy

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    Just in case anyone was curious I checked with Ryan from Fuzzrocious (he must be sick of my emails by now haha) and this is a normal thing.
     
  7. BruceBass3901

    BruceBass3901

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    Happens with my GS+. Its just the way the tone stack works for this pedal. Crank the mids and cut through to your hearts content!
     
  8. rratajski

    rratajski

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    Hi Russ,
    I emailed you back as soon as I woke up. The mids knob (like on the Way Huge Swollen Pickle) is an addition to the circuit; therefore, it won't act like a "normal" muff. Yes, that is normal for muffs with mids additions.
     

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