Another Jetter GSR Thread?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by macmax77, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. macmax77

    macmax77 Supporting Member

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    Oh my.....

    I played witht eh one i got from RCstudios(great TGPer, hehehheh)

    I cannot comment on how little clips do and how great thing sings with a DBD or stacked with my Timmy.
    I think i just found the sound i was looking for, again, with my deep blue delay.

    Right now i have it set with the gain on 11:50 on a clock and the tone at
    12 and a bit.

    It inspired me to finish a song for my GF Gina, who i love dearly.

    I must say the way i have this pedal set is mellow sounding yet aggressive as i want it to be.
    I can't think of the tones of others since i am a bit dumb at this moment.
    I don't have my amp with me so i had to go and play where the amp is for 15 minutes which turned to be 3 hours or more just because i couldn't believe the sounds i was getting out of combining the GSR with the DBD and sometimes with my Timmy.

    I love the lacks of harshness, how fluid it sounded, chewy if i can use that word.

    I used it with the jack switch both in hard and soft, i left in on soft but i know with a band the hard switch might be great, will be great.

    Guys, try this pedal , it is only great.

    Sorry for my lack of words, i cannot describe tone without a translator.
     
  2. macmax77

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    i don't have the means to do it, i can't record.....:(

    but believe me, it sounds great when you blend it with either the Timmy or with the Deep Blue delay, great great sounds!
     
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    I dont like it into a Timmy... but the GSR>DBD is super duper.

    Ive just recently discovered.. a Landy MOD>Timmy is VERY super duper.
     
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    hahahahaha, well i have them set with the gain very low and i love the way they interact.:D

    but as you say, with the DBD, "super Duper"!!!!
     
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    Where are your MOd settings? Mine: 10-11G, 11T, 9V
     

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