Volume Pedal for a passive rig

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  1. leviathan

    leviathan Member

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    What is the best volume guitar pedal out there for a passive guitar rig like i have, right now i have a ernie ball but i really need a better one.
    thanks
     
  2. Gas-man

    Gas-man Unrepentant Massaganist

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    Some people think the best out there is the Hilton.

    I just sold one here a few days ago.
     
  3. Ed Reed

    Ed Reed Senior Member

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    I use a Boss low Z. Far better than an Ernie Ball to me.
     
  4. JayDA

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    I have had both passive Hiltons with regular pots and now a new potless one (ME262-B), expensive but worth it to me.
     
  5. Chadley

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    I haven't tried any of the high end ones, but the new Boss is way better than the Ernie Ball IMHO
     
  6. Rex Nomad

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    I'm looking for a good Volume pedal too. I'd like to put mine at the end of my chain.

    What's the difference between a low and high HZ pedal? Boss has a new FV-500H High-Impedance Volume Pedal that looks good. How would this be different from a regular Ernie Ball?
     
  7. Patrick Ginnaty

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    I usta have a Goodrich... wish I still had it. I need a decent volume pedal.
     
  8. fyler

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    goodrich model 120. HUGE step up from the EB.
     
  9. Oddos

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    I`m using the L right now. I have several buffered pedals in front of it, and I think it works pretty well.

    If I had just a few TBP pedals, then I`d definetly go for the H.
     

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