Giggity!

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Soundhound, May 10, 2012.

  1. Soundhound

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    Just got one and played with it last night at home in my studio. Really like this thing a lot and looking forward to see how it works with recording, in rehearsals and at gigs. Using the input level, body and air controls, I was able to get a nice, full sound at pretty low volume, and able to add drives for as much gain/color/level as I wanted from each drive, rather than needing any of them to contribute to the base tone. If that makes any sense...

    It's early yet, but I liked it a lot! More later...
     
  2. thekeefus

    thekeefus Supporting Member

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    I really like this pedal. I can add a sparkly boost or fatten things up. Turn the loudness knob up all the way and it's a pretty cool low gain drive pedal. I bought it in a "should I get a Giggity or EP Booster" moment. Now I'm still considering an EP Booster because I leave the Giggity on all the time because it can fix some of the boxy sounds I get from my Blues Junior.
     
  3. Soundhound

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    I hear you! That's how I'm thinking I'll be using it, on all the time. I'm going to try a few different boosts in line with it as well.
     

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