Noise suppressor

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  1. DavidG

    DavidG Member

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    Need advice on the best 'bang for buck' noise suppressor/gate that actually, works. Thanks
     
  2. dmbandtimmy

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    I have an ISP Decimator. Works pretty well. I bought it from a dealer that frequents HC. Free shipping and the lowest price I could find plus great service. His name was DerekB, but I can't remember his online store. Hope that helps! :dude
     
  3. ReddRanger

    ReddRanger Silver Supporting Member

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    +1 for the ISP. I've tried a bunch and this one is the best. Run this in the effects loop of a high gain amp, and you'll really clean things up.

    There is a sweet spot to the ISP. Dial it up too much and you'll choke your tone. A little goes a long way on this pedal.
     
  4. Roodboy

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    Derek is at Rocksolidamps. I bought a isp prorackg from him, he had the best price.
     
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    +1 on the ISP.
     
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    +1 on the ISP as well. Simply great.

    Though the Boss NS-2 isn't too far behind
     
  7. jbylake

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    I use an ISP Decimator pedal, that sit's in the effects channel of my amp.
    I've had an MXR noise gate, and a Hush Rack mount, the noise gate started clipping notes way before removing noise, and the Hush unit worked great, but required constant tweaking. ISP also makes a Rack Unit version, but I have no experience with that, so can't comment. The ISP has one knob. Very easy to use. I've known quite a few people who have these, and have only met one person, so far, that didn't like it. (He never gave a reason why, so I'm not sure what it was that he did and didn't like about it). Works great, especially for noisey single coils. I think they go for about 100 bucks on the street.

    j.:AOK
     
  8. DavidG

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    Thanks guys. ISP Decimator it is!
     
  9. DavidG

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    I got my ISP Decimator pedal in friday, and gigged with it sat night. You guys were right...it works great! Bought it from Humbucker music, great service too. Thanks a bunch!
     

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