Boss Waza Craft Blues Driver

Discussion in 'Pedals and Effects Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by sinasl1, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. sinasl1

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    Nice low gain drive!

     
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    Excellent demo Pete! :D

    I have to take exception with one thing, tho'... the PT100 was fairly clean, but not "clean"... definitely some hair there with the pedal off. You can hear this at 2:24 & 3:02

    It would be nice to hear the pedal into an actual clean... ;)
     
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    I figure for a "blues" pedal, and blues, or rootsy Blues/rock tone in general, most guys set the amp on the edge of breakup. Play light it's clean, hit hard, it breaks up a bit. Then goose it with a pedal. But, what do I know :) so many ways to do it...

    The amp tone at the top of the vid is pretty darn clean... As clean as I ever get really!
     
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    Pete:

    I bought this pedal on the strength of this demo.

    Problem is, you sound amazeballs through everything, so my mileage varies.
     
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    I will be very surprised if this pedal isn't a huge seller this year.

    Killer demo as always Pete!
     
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    Interesting... it may be the recording, or just YouTube processing, but the first chord strum (before you 'stomp' the pedal... with your thumb ;)) is pretty clearly distorted... not heavily, but noticeably past "edge of breakup"

    Of course, it may be my old ears! :rotflmao
     
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    my strat just kind of does that, on the neck pickup. It just sounds that way... always. I dunno why. I'm on the clean channel on my PT, with the crunch switch off, and the gain on about 4 I think... it just has a hefty amount of bass on the neck pickup. Part of the issue (if it is one) is that the pickguard has cracked and lifted up on the neck pickup bass side screw, and it sort of pushes the bass side of the pickup up a bit higher than I'd like, driving the amp harder. But I sure don't want to replace the guard, it's original and looks badass :)
     
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    'Kay... get it now! :D
     

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