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1118916GB
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To get a clear lead tone, should I spend some money on a noise supressor? After all, when I do lets say Building the Church, some strings would ring. Plus, with distortion you can hear a hiss that can really kill your tone and can get annoying. This looks perfect. Do any of you have a noise supressor? If not, why not? Thanks for the input
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Yes,It would deaden the extra noise.
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1118916GB wrote:http://www.isptechnologies.com/decimatorpedal.htm

To get a clear lead tone, should I spend some money on a noise supressor? After all, when I do lets say Building the Church, some strings would ring. Plus, with distortion you can hear a hiss that can really kill your tone and can get annoying. This looks perfect. Do any of you have a noise supressor? If not, why not? Thanks for the input
It would probably take away the hiss but the Building the Church thing sounds like a problem with your technique to me. But sure, if your getting a noisy tone a supressor would help. :)
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I have a noise supressor, what it does is mute your signal when you're not playing above a certain volume. It won't help with flubbed or ringing extra strings.
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I'm not really for noise reduction. One way or another they affect your tone. It's better to use good old way of lowering volume on guitar or something :)
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I think you guys are confusing noise gates and noise reducers. Noise gates do cut off your signal after a certain amount of time and/or level. A noise reducer just reduces all the hiss that you get with a high gain amp. People with 5150 amps like the rocktron hush unit because it doesn't affect tone. They are really cheap too.
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