HUSH The Pedal Simply plug the HUSH in AFTER distortion boxes, wah-wahs, noisy vintage effects, or other noisy units and turn the Threshold knob unti...Click To Read More About This Product
HUSH noise reduction in a convenient floor pedal.
HUSH The Pedal
Simply plug the HUSH in AFTER distortion boxes, wah-wahs, noisy vintage effects, or other noisy units and turn the Threshold knob until the noise goes away. It's that easy! You will not find a more effective noise reduction. Unlike noise "gates" that chop off the end of your notes, or ruin your sustain, HUSH the Pedal is actually a form of single-ended noise reduction that tracks your signal all the way and pushes the noise floor below the point where your ear can hear the noise. It does not hurt your sustain or chop off the end of your notes. Simply use the Threshold knob to smooth out your signal while wiping out noise. This is the best friend a guitar player could have!
Now hold on, partner. You must pay attention to the proper setup, with the HUSH pedal going AFTER your noisy stomp boxes. The HUSH is not designed to take the input directly from your guitar WITHOUT some processing happening between the guitar and the HUSH noise reduction. When setup correctly, with your signal going from your preamp and effects, or from your distortion and effects, into the HUSH, you WILL be amazed at how it will clean up the excess noise, including pickup buzz! The HUSH can also be used in your amplifier's effects loop. However, if you are running multiple effects through this loop, the HUSH should always be the last dynamic device in the signal chain, but before digital delays or reverbs.
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Comments about Rocktron HUSH Noise Reduction Pedal:
I am a pedal freak. I run probably a minimum of 5 and a max of 10 pedals at all time, and that can lead to a pretty noisy environment. I bought this pedal on the recommendation of a friend. I must admit that it really does a nice job of cleaning up the signal without causing a really unnatural clipping sound, which is what I wanted. As long as you put it at the right place in your signal train, this thing works great. Use it after distortion and modulation effects, because if the signal is cut out by the pedal, those effects won't really work properly. If you use amp overdrive, put this thing in the effects loop so that you don't lose your amp's natural response. I like this pedal - it is simple and intuitive and does what it claims - but at the maximum settings it seems to rob a little of my tone, which is why it gets a 4. Pretty solid for the money.
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