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That's what they sound like. Here's some soundclips from MJM and Throbak:honestly, i hope it sounds better than that.
I used to use my Soul Bender as a lead pedal with the tone control maxed, and as a rhythm pedal with the tone control dialed back some. The tone control on these pedals is somewhat unusual - it's more of a mids control than the high-end roll-off you find on most pedals. With the tone maxed you get more mids and more compression and sustain. Roll the tone back and you get more scooped sound, with more apparent high-end and less compression.when i have time for research, yes.
people mostly use this as a gritty lead pedal then?
Strange that you would like that and not the Zep clip- the Stonebender is designed specifically to nail that sound.http://gundrymedia.typepad.com/throbak_electronics/files/1_bridge_overdrive_pre_gain_on.mp3
this sounds good.
that paige clip sounded like crap to me. not the same sound to my ears. anyway, i still want to give it a try.