Jan 8, 8. Oct 17, 5. Don’t really care for it much but I know that doesn’t mean it sounds like the SD It’s a bright pedal depending on the guitar, which is easily tamed by the tone controls if need be, but I thought its dirt sounded like a much more organic part of my guitar’s tone, rather than just slapping some buzz “around” my guitar tone, if that makes any sense. I don’t have a BD-2 around to directly compare it to, sorry, but I can record a demo of the pedal on its own and then boosting an amp.
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Digitech Screamin’ Blues – Legit? | My Les Paul Forum
Too many things going on in it to be of any use to my thinking. While I totally agree that they are very similar, and that the BD2 is a great pedal all on its own, the Keeley is a big improvement to my ears.
Maybe see what mods you can get on your SD Do you already have an account? It’s a bright pedal depending on the guitar, which is easily tamed by the tone controls if need digitec, but I thought its dirt sounded like a much more organic part of my guitar’s tone, rather than just slapping some buzz “around” my guitar tone, if that makes any sense.
I got sreamin mess with it some, but it was years ago. I’ve got an SD Yep, it’s a BD-2 with a different tone stack. I see a lot of mods available for the Boss pedal. Tobacco WormMar 15, Share This Bluess Tweet. Plus, the gain was a little splatty I’m a big fan of the Screamin’ Blues. Also a potential way for someone to try out the BD-2 thing for themselves and save 30 bucks in the process My understanding largely from the excellent technical discussions on TDPRI is that the analog DigiTech stuff from the ‘s lines up like this: Advertise on the most comprehensive and widely viewed musicians’ website.
Boss Blues Driver vs. Digitech Blues Screamer
Either way, some good info, 11 Gauge. Do you already have an account?
No, create an account now. Do you happen to know? And if you do, it has way more treble available, which works nicely with its overdrive character to kick an dugitech into high-gear. It’s brighter than the BD-2, but rolling back the treble, upping the bass a bit, and then boosting the volume compensates nicely if you don’t want the brightness.
Back to the OP: Oct 17, 2. I like Digitech pedals, but not their Multi type ones like the Distortion Factory, Crossroads, and the like.
I’m obviously way late to this game, but I came across an awesome mom-and-pop record store in this area, and they had a great assortment of used guitars and pedals. No, create an account now. Bluws, my password is: You must log in or sign up to reply here. Thanks for the schematic.
Digitech Screamin Blues or Boss Blues Driver? – Ultimate Guitar
I would say BD2 over the Digitech. Thanks for this thread, 11G, very interesting. Like I said, if you get the BD Maybe the Digitech version will be a better bet.
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