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Gig volume attenuator pedals

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  • edited April 18 Posts: 4,816

    Oh yeah, there you go, thanks! They call it minimum volume instead of the preset so when you search like that, you find them. This is one of those, with both preset and boost.


    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • RipRip olympia, washingtonNew
    Posts: 352

    I like all of these options, but if you are performing an acoustic set, where everybody is mic-ed up or just jamming in the living room, then you need to develop the ability to reduce you volume by developing your technique. If you enjoy the pedals, that's cool, professional GJ players also use pedals, I'm just adding some thoughts to the thread.✌️

    Buco
  • Keith MurchKeith Murch Ontario Canada and Naples Florida✭✭ Dupont MD50 and several archtops
    Posts: 57

    I also use an LR Baggs Venue, which has a boost switch. First, set the normal level for rhythm and then adjust the boost up a little for lead. Seems to work well. It’s also a very nice pre-amp with lots of tone shaping capability and a decent built-in tuner that mutes the output while tuning.

    Keith

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