i have signa drive, what now?

astroboy23

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i just purchased signa drive for low gain, its fantastic.

i play at church.

i'm thinking of getting timmy for lead, sparkle drive for low gain. and signa drive, i change it to high gain.

any recommentaion?
 

oldhousescott

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Get a Timmy for low gain and stack your Signa into it for higher gain. I used to run 3 or 4 gain pedals, but realized I really only needed 2 by stacking my LGW into my Timmy.
 

oldhousescott

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Depends on the song. I set the Timmy to have a little hair on it so when I dig in, I get some decent grit. I set the LGW (sort of a TS, like your Signa) kind of medium, and then stack both for more saturation and volume for leads, which as you know are usually sparse and somewhat simplistic in P&W (unless your name is Lincoln Brewster).
 

StompBoxBlues

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Now?...NOW you play, my friend, play like the WIND!!!


Seriously, why in the world not enjoy the pedal you just got, that you say is fantastic...why not enjoy it for a time instead of starting up the old tone/pedal/quest/search right off the bat?

I seriously don't get it. OF course, you can do what you want, but man, it must be a little hectic not just enjoying the one you have but having to immidiately get another...when I get a pedal I think is fantastic, I'm kinda sated for a while, and enjoy my good fortune.

Again, not knocking you, but it just struck me reading the title and the OP, when will you get to enjoy them?
 

krz4fx

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i just purchased signa drive for low gain, its fantastic.

i play at church.

i'm thinking of getting timmy for lead, sparkle drive for low gain. and signa drive, i change it to high gain.

any recommentaion?

I think you should get to know the Signa better. It is one of my all time favorite pedals (and I own quite a few). It works wonders in an edge-of-breakup amp, as a booster; as a low and medium gain OD it's awesome too. If you wanna try something different, get a Danelectro Danelectrode variable voltage power supply: it ranges from 3v to 9v and it makes a whole lot of difference in the way the Signa responds (as will other ODs and Fuzz pedals too).
 

NHBluesMan

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if you really like it, maybe look at the Super Signa Drive- then you'd be covered for all your drive needs
 

UrbanHymns

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Get a Timmy for low gain and stack your Signa into it for higher gain. I used to run 3 or 4 gain pedals, but realized I really only needed 2 by stacking my LGW into my Timmy.
This. Definitely this. I used to have 3-4 drive pedals on my board, but now just have a Timmy + Cusack Screamer. The Timmy is for low gain, the Cusack for medium gain, and the two stacked together for high gain and lead parts.
 




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