This thing is pretty interesting... It sounds like every song on the "Dazed & Confused" soundtrack!
How are you guys using it? Where do you put it in your chain? Any stacking?
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Pretty much the same - end of chain, light saturation, for doubling or slap-back.I've been using mine end of chain and since my reverbs and delays are running in stereo the DECO sounds crazy in wide mode. I go between a double effect and slight slapback most of the time.
I was thinking of that same "flanging/saturated" sound for some '70's goodness... It's such a quirky pedal idea, but I think it would be a great addition in the place of one of my drive-type pedals.I my surf/occasional Rockabilly group, I used it for a Scotty Moore slap and saturated sound. With my 'regular' covers band, as mild slap or moderate flanging/chorus along with lead saturated boost. I enjoy that it is instantly usable but that there some depth in its abilities that need some time to tap into.
A staff guy at L&M in Vancouver that I go to regularly was playing a Tele through some tweed Fender amp and started demonstrating it. The saturated drive that it had pushing the Fender amp was very sweet. A very nice, articulate overdrive.I was thinking of that same "flanging/saturated" sound for some '70's goodness... It's such a quirky pedal idea, but I think it would be a great addition in the place of one of my drive-type pedals.