Compressor:- True bypass, Non tone sucker....which ?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Rock Fella, Nov 19, 2005.

  1. Rock Fella

    Rock Fella Member

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    any recommendations here ?

    jimmy
     
  2. Fernando

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    Barber Tone Press.
     
  3. justicetones

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    I love my ANALOGMAN Bi Comp. The ross side sounds great and can be very squashy or not but still with great tone. The Orange squezzer side is just heaven for solo boosts and huge less compressed clean tone.
     
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    +1
     
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    The blend feature is great! As much, or as little, compression as you want.

    David
     
  6. Brion

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    I have a tone press and enjoy it as well. It makes a good boost pedal as well. The blend knob is very nice for adjusting just the right amount of compression.
    I had a pedlaworx Mcsqueeze that sounded great as a boost, but I didn't notice any compression. Wierd.
     
  7. justicetones

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    I guess I gotta try one. OOOOHHH I think I feel some G.A.S coming.
     
  8. Souled Out

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    Tone Press, I don't play with it!:dude
     
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    Keeley is pretty cool too. It's a refined Ross. True bypass too.
     

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