Maybe even better in the other foot switch position?Most OD and distortion pedals are best that way. There is an embedded Tube Screamer in my Ibanez TSA15H, and it's the way I set it.
Even the on the dreaded Boss DS-1, you can get good OD if you keep the tone and distortion knobs down, to zero. If you have one lying around, ready to be tossed away, try it.
No it's not. You tried yours ? There is a light distortion happening, just like a tube starting to growl. Of 3 OD pedals I've had, they all have something in the lowest possible drive position. Usually a really nice "something".I think that other foot switch position is called something like "off" or maybe "bypass" . Maybe you really weren't joking, just sounded like "drive all the way left" on an overdrive pedal is an approximation of "off"
Ask 10 electric guitar players if they've experimented with the tone control of their guitar in recent memory, and you'll quickly see why this video was made.
I do think it will help some. Just read LexxM3 reaction to it.
I sold my first two Tubescreamers because I didn't know this. That's why this video exists
Im constantly playing with my tone knobs. So many different tones available.Ask 10 electric guitar players if they've experimented with the tone control of their guitar in recent memory, and you'll quickly see why this video was made.
My tone knob on my OCD is taped to about 10 o'clock. Low pass or Hi pass mode, it doesn't matter.