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For questions concerning tone-altering effects typically used for guitar or bass. Questions should also be tagged with specific effects types if applicable.

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This is hard to answer without details on the actual pedals, but here is my theory: 3pdt (foot)switches, like in "true bypass" pedals, have a reputation for being unreliable. If you are attempting a …
answered Jan 18 '18 by Ye Dawg
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Try out all the positions on the pickup selector of that strat. Turn up your amp loud. Stand close to it. You're never going to sound quite like Hendrix, so just make sure that the amp is set such as …
answered Jan 8 '18 by Ye Dawg
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AFAIK there are only two standards for potentiometer shafts. This means the diameter can be metric or imperial. (6 mm metric if i recall) most pot shafts are both slotted and ribbed(?) to fit many dif …
answered Nov 23 '17 by Ye Dawg
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Spotify, as well as youtube, doesn't want you saving anything to disk, but if you find the file somewhere (for example, a CD), you can import it into a new track in Audacity and play along to that. If …
answered Mar 3 '18 by Ye Dawg