His sweltering blends of groove heavy techno and sassy house music became the jewel in the club's crown, so much so that Seb Fontaine showcased a thirty minute mix of Dom's on his Radio One show. If you dug deep enough, could it be heard in the final mix? I guess you have to decide whether you like that particular combo or, if stand alone pedals will give you more freedom. Many pickups are so different, so it may do better with a relative pickup. How many pedals you should get, depends on what tones you want to cover. See my full review of the Evolution here.
I bought a Sovtek muff clone and a downer Prince Boonar. It will provide a more balanced and even signal to the dirt pedals and, depending on the amount of compression, it will require less gain and boost to get those smooth sustained notes. This is a major consideration. I found staggering a mid scooped to a mid heavy and back to mid scooped or vice versa OD pedals allow to have 3 or even more OD pedals in the signal chain, as long as the heavy feeds to a light and back to heavy feeds to a mid, etc. Trust your ears and know your gear. Hi Bjorn, will the Wampler PlexiDrive sound ok at lower amp volume levels?
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Sundays at Space, Ibiza. Say, a Princeton Reverb Reissue at bedroom levels? I often use an AnalogMan DS1 for recording those huge solos. But it was night and day when I plugged in the Double Decker. I have few questions, i will post them in different threads so it becomes easier for you to reply. Sorry for my late reply. For a clean overdrive, the very best available is the King of Tone V4 from Analog.
George Bush worsh -- what! A Rat, or a similar sounding clone, is also great for covering the fuzz and distortion tones. I think it will compliment your pedals very well. Your site has been an excellent source of info! Super phat MOd by Robert Keeley could be a good option too.