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All About Pedals

All about Pedals A booster pedal can be used to raise the volume of a specific note, or perform specific distortions to the note as well. A phaser pedal splits the signal from a guitar in 2 and at different wave lengths to create a spacey sound. Octave pedals allow a guitarist to put out signals in a higher or lower octave than the original octave the note is produced in. Compression pedals are used to narrow a tone's dynamic range, by limiting the emphasis on a note. Looping pedals allow guitarists to repeat certain notes over and over again to created a layered effect for their music. Distortion pedals do unique things to a specific note, making it sound wavy or altered in a way that an acoustic guitar would not be able to make on its own. BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Tawk GUITARS

All About Pedals

shared by artsentertainment on Feb 19
The sound effect of each guitar pedal is different. Each pedal creates a different sound and musical style for a guitarist to use.


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