Jetter's best OD pedal?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by creatorcreator, Dec 26, 2009.


  1. creatorcreator

    creatorcreator Member

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    Kind of between the Jetdrive and the GSG, but really haven't heard anything but clips. I want something versitile, something that can handle rhythm and lead. There is something about the Jetter clips that I like.
    I've heard the smack about shoddy soldering, so I don't need to be "informed", unless you have actual experience.
     
  2. Bucksears

    Bucksears Supporting Member

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    I've got the GSG right now and had the GSP briefly. If the GSP had more gain and treble, I would have kept it.
    Both worked flawlessly and are quality builds, AFAIC.
     
  3. Hugo Da Rosa

    Hugo Da Rosa Silver Supporting Member

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    Haven't popped the hood on any of these...but from what I have experienced, Jetter makes some quality pedals. In fact, never really heard of the smack you are referring to. Regardless if it's true or not, the "best" Jetter pedal is a toss up. All the pedals are well built and have good tone...more so of a matter of what kind of sound you are looking for.

    From what you mentioned between the GSG and Jetdrive, I can't say I've tried the Jetdrive but the GSG is awesome. It has just the right amount of smooth and compressed tones along as well as crisp sharp bite a la the Soft/Hard switch. Doesn't sound muddy at all when doing rhythmic work. So far it's my favorite pedal for more of those blues/rock type music.
     
  4. strattitude

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    I've had the Gain Stage Red for a couple of years. I never really got it to sound right through my rig, which is a tweed deluxe clone modded for max clean headroom.
    Recently, I just got my bright channel on the amp modded into a blackface channel.
    The Gain Stage Red through this channel sounds awesome. Now I have the dumble tones I always wanted from the GSR! The mids of the GSR apparently didn't go that well with the tweed tone which has more mids than the blackface channel.
    I had the GSR up for sale, but now I'm gonna keep it! It cleans up very well too!
     

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