What type of overdrive is MojoMojo?
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|Inputs||1 x 1/4″|
|Outputs||1 x 1/4″|
|Power Source||9V DC power supply (sold separately)|
Is MojoMojo a transparent overdrive?
Great OD pedal It really works well as a transparent overdrive, and the it colors the amp tone just beautifully.
Is the MojoMojo transparent?
In general, though, the MojoMojo is a very transparent pedal, almost like a second stage of gain for your rig. The MojoMojo is also very responsive to guitar volume-knob adjustments. Rolling off your volume keeps the tone full-bodied without the gain saturation.
How do you get comfortably numb tone?
General settings for both tube and solid states should be: bass 50%, treble 50-60%, mids 40% and the master at about 1/3 of the channel output. If the inputs are combined set the normal input volume a hair higher than the bright input volume.
Is a Tube Screamer and overdrive?
The Ibanez Tube Screamer (TS808/TS9) is a guitar overdrive pedal, made by Ibanez. The pedal has a characteristic mid-boosted tone popular with blues, rock and metal players.
Why do people use overdrive pedals?
An overdrive essentially adds grit to your signal, giving you a sound similar to a cranked amplifier at the edge of breakup. Most overdrive pedals therefore produce a “pushed” clean tone that can stretch to a crunch, dependent on how it’s been dialled in and how hard you pick your guitar strings.
How many overdrives can you stack?
The more gain stages (pedals) you add to your signal chain, the more likely your tone will become ‘muddy’. So unless you are looking to create a heavily overdriven and quite unruly tone, I would recommend sticking to two or three overdrive pedals at most.
What goes first overdrive or distortion?
Generally, your distortion, overdrive and fuzz effects pedals should go towards the start of your pedal chain as they have the greatest effect on the tone. Fuzz pedals should usually go first, followed by overdrive and finally distortion.