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dooce

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You say you are near Daventry so we're virtually neighbours - you can borrow my Digitech Vocal 300 pedal if you want to see what it can do. That can be programmed every which way - I've not got wah-wah on it right now but there is probably a patch available somewhere for it. PM me if you want to take me up on it.
 

daveysaxboy

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You say you are near Daventry so we're virtually neighbours - you can borrow my Digitech Vocal 300 pedal if you want to see what it can do. That can be programmed every which way - I've not got wah-wah on it right now but there is probably a patch available somewhere for it. PM me if you want to take me up on it.

I keep planning on sitting down and getting to know my 300 pedal.Still theres some neat sounds on there.Great for the price.Uing mine on my fusion and jazz bands.
 

dooce

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I keep planning on sitting down and getting to know my 300 pedal.Still theres some neat sounds on there.Great for the price.Uing mine on my fusion and jazz bands.

Davey, have you got the manual? You can download it off the web - they are bl**dy complicated things and you won't get far without it if you want to tailor the sounds to suit your style. There's also some guy that has done some settings specifically for sax and he has posted them on YouTube. They might not suit you but they are a good place to start from.
 

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