- Don’t confuse with overdrives or distortions, fuzz paddles like to be closer to your guitar pickups. It can be very reactive to what you are doing.
- How to use fuzz pedal in a worship song?
- play octaves and use fuzz to sustain
- Improves the tone
- Mike uses a Walrus Audio Deep Six Compressor
- Sit compression at really light. When you turn the blend knob all the way up it’s on, when you turn it down it’s off.
- Compressor takes high and low peaks of your signal and squeezes them together.
- The more compression you ad, the more you squeeze the tone.
- Some people compress their tone to much and this makes the sound smaller. Use the compressor to sustain. Find a balance in the blend knob.
- It creates different octaves below or above the notes you’re playing.
- Adds a little bit more to what you’re guitar has already got going on.
- It’s responsive to how hard you play.
- Mike uses it for slower, more relaxed songs.
- Sounds dirtier, similar to rap paddle but more mid rangy and thinner.
- He generally switches between M-Drive and Pandora Pedal
- Got a lot of headroom, uses it for a solo boost, makes the sound louder.