Skreddy Lunar Module, does it cut through the mix well?

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  1. NBarnes21

    NBarnes21 Member

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    Anyone that's using this pedal with a band care to chime in? My Hoof has been getting lost in the mix, looking for something with some balls that'll have a good presence in a full band situation. Any info is much appreciated
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    bump, there's gotta be some Skreddy love 'round here
     
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    zosozep7 Gold Supporting Member

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    Just scroll down a bit on this page and I wrote a review. Geesh! lol!
     
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    supersonic1414 Silver Supporting Member

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    Come on Zoso...Your review was the least indepth review of all time...I don't see any magazines contacting you topublish reviews for them :)
     
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    Yeah, saw that. Thanks for the info, but you don't address it cutting through the mix in a band situation, hence my post.
     
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    zosozep7 Gold Supporting Member

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    LOL! Fair enough supersonic. I did forget to mention that the tone I was searching for was Gilmour. As far as the OPs question, I cant answer that question. Im not in a band. I just know its a monster of a pedal. Sounds just fantastic. Need to look into the Sunface next!! :banana
     
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    You should have no problem. It's a Si fuzz which is not really prob when in a mix. Just listen to PF's Time and you'll see how well it cuts through, lol!
     
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    it will cut through the mix. Just crank up the gain.
     

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