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Wampler Ego Vs Suhr Koji

jzgtrguy

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So I'm looking for a compressor with a blend function. I've read some info on the Tone Press and the Xotic SP but I think I am leaning to either the Wampler Ego or the Suhr Ego.

Does anyone with experience with both of these pedals care to chime in with their impressions?
 

lhe220

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I can only speak about the Ego, so I'll put in my 2 cents.

I think it's a great compressor, really versatile and the blend knob helps the tone go from warmer/fatter (clockwise) to a no ego effect at all, which pretty much means it's all clean signal.

My only peeve was that I had to fix the grounding issue in my house in order to use it. It was a bit noisy when engaged. But after fixing it worked quietly!
 

tbhuey

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I've had both. Both are great. To me, the Koji sounds little "clearer", less effect on my base tone. Another reason I chose the Koji was because it has a selectable buffer, which I am using.
 

Memphistokid

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I Suhr would love a couple more TGP'ers assessment of these two pedals as I myself am pondering the Ego or the Koji.
 

dlopri

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Can't speak for the suhr but the ego was great at adding a little bit of soft feel attack on the note. I did end up picking up the sp compressor which also has a blend knob. Its also got internal dip switches.
 

Classic09

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I had the Koji and the Keeley two knob. I sold the Koji to a friend as it didn't do what I wanted. It was too soft.
 






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