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    Default Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    Yep, the Yamaha EMP-700 has a great graphic EQ that can act as a distortion circuit...
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    Default Re: Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    The Steel Panther Pussy Melter actually had an interesting schematic:

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    Very underrated IMO.
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    Default Re: Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    Nope, I think it is rated accordingly...




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    Default Re: Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    Quote Originally Posted by Van Noord View Post
    Nope, I think it is rated accordingly...
    Agreed.

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    Default Re: Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    Sounds about as good as a metal zone dialed back thru a Peavey bandit, tbqh my friend.

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    Default Re: Well, I may have found the most underrated distortion circuit ever.

    By all means, if you dig it, run it. Lots of players out there with ‘outside the box’ tone.

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