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Thread: Resistance and capacitance across pedals

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    Ultimate Tone Slacker eclecticsynergy's Avatar
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    Default Re: Resistance and capacitance across pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by Mincer View Post
    Nope. He used, what I think are called boobams, instead. Cool, tribal sounds.
    A friend of mine had a band many years ago where he wanted to get a more Middle Eastern type of sound with regular rock players. He told the drummer no hihat and had him use a couple of woodblocks and samba bells instead. It worked really well for that project - simple trick that gave a neat ethnic flavor.
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    Default Re: Resistance and capacitance across pedals

    Quote Originally Posted by RockinProf View Post

    Everyone else think I should just leave it and move on... or is it worth the effort to go to town on this?
    Itís fine. Leave it alone.


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