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I use it last since the EQ is so killer - makes everything that's in line before it sound better...Originally posted by jcshirke
For those of you who use the Timmy as a boost pedal with other drives, do you put it first or last in line?
Is this a general opinion?Originally posted by sweetpea
It cleans up better than any pedal I have ever owned. Cleans up like a good fuzz
First of all: The Timmy is a GREAT pedalOriginally posted by jcshirke
Doesn't its perceived ability to clean up depend on several other factors besides the design of the pedal itself? In other words, amp, amp settings, guitar used, and pickups installed all matter. So couldn't that account for peoples' perceived differences in how well (or not so well) the Timmy cleans up? Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I don't own a Timmy yet--"yet" being the operative word.
When I posted, I mentioned I didn't think it cleaned up particularly well either. This is what I'm doing gear-wise. I've played it through a Fender DeVille, '76 Twin, '67 Bassman, TopHat Ambassador 50, Rivera M100, Rivera Rake and... I think those are the only amps I used it with since I got it in April. I ran them as clean as possible, and used pedals to add dirt.Originally posted by jcshirke
Doesn't its perceived ability to clean up depend on several other factors besides the design of the pedal itself? In other words, amp, amp settings, guitar used, and pickups installed all matter. eff