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EQ pedals?

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Todd G
Jan 22, 2009 12:52 PM GMT
Hi I was thinking of getting an eq pedal and was wondering if people here were using them and if so what model and where in the chain.

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Jan 22, 2009 9:23 PM GMT
Train t Replied:

I have used the Danelectro 'fish and chips'. It is a quick and dirty way to tame some feedback. The volume adjustment helps as well. I will not say that it helps with tone. The player either has tone, or has not. The 'fish and chips' just makes it easy to quickly get an unfriendly amp usable.

Jan 24, 2009 1:57 PM GMT
jht Replied:

Hi, I use a boss GE-7 first in the chain and it works great

Jan 24, 2009 11:47 PM GMT
Gaukur Replied:

I recommend the Lone Wolf Tone+. It's a 2 band equalizer designed for harps. It also has a volume knob and it's true bypass. Check it out on

Jan 25, 2009 12:29 AM GMT
Zhin Replied:

Any kind of parametric EQ would work the best. Graphic EQ's have a tendency to produce harsh sonics and noise. Even the Boss GE-7. I know because I own one. :p

If you're on a budget try the DanElectro graphic EQ pedal. It's less noisy than the Boss one, same exact targeted frequencies and way more affordable.

Jan 25, 2009 11:42 AM GMT
Fugazzi Replied:

MXR ten band eq....the more bands, the easier to squash feedback. If I had to get a pedal to help make a non-harp friendly amp kill some feedback and fatten tone, I'd try the Lone Wolf Tone+ beacuse it seems so easy to use. Otherwise, I've used the MXR and found it to be very helpful in both regards!

Jan 25, 2009 12:02 PM GMT
Kingley Replied:

I don't use them any more. But when i did I used a Boss GE7, it seemed ok to me.

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