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  • #3572

    Diederik
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    I’m Dutch, but speak German as well.

    We Dutchies are always very direct. So i got abit lost in translation.

    Thanks again for your help Barry

    #3573

    Barry
    Keymaster

    Coincidentally where I am from we are called Pennsylvania Dutch which is anything but direct but for good reason since most do not understand it has nothing to really do with Dutch:

    https://www.thoughtco.com/how-pennsylvania-dutch-get-their-name-4070513

    #3868

    Knallkopf
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    Hello,

    i also built the emexar micro amp and i do have question. In my opinion it fits best in this thread.

    I finished the built. The pedal is working but not as i expected. In my built the gain poti only boost the guitar volume and do not give any crunch to the signal. Is this normal? I expected the pedal to add some overdrive to my guitar sound.

    Please let me know which infos you need to probably help me.

     

    Thanks

    Fabi

    #3871

    Barry
    Keymaster

    The Micro Amp is a clean boost ever since the 70’s it was a way to get your amp tubes to break up.

    If you want crunch then that is why they made the DIST+ and other circuits.

    #3889

    Diederik
    Participant

    What Barry said

     

    #3890

    Knallkopf
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    Thanks for your reply and sorry for that question.

    It is aktually a really cool pedal to get a thicker sound out of my hot rod deluxe with my strat an ssl-1 pickups. It is hard to describ how it sounds – not as glassy as before i would say. Thanks for that!

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