Re: Rocktron Hush
- Subject: Re: Rocktron Hush
- From: Ron/datadigr <rdg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 21:37:39 -0500
I have experience with the Rocktron and it worked, but--as others have
said--the difference wasn't great. I tried it, but didn't buy it.
If you're looking to get a lot more volume before feedback and you're
using a typical mic/amp combination, then I think a parametric
EQ used as a notch filter will give beter results, especially if you
want to up the gain/distortion as opposed to volume.
Parametrics allow you to notch out very thin frequency bands,
specifically the typical feedback frequencies--and that allows more
volume/gain before feedback. The notched bands can be narrow enough
that your overall tone isn't affected much at all.
Before I used the RP300, I used a Vesta Fire parametric EQ pedal,
with excellent results.
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