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    Don't Forget To Label Your Pedals

    by Simon James.

    It’s so easily done, and it happened to me a good many times before I learned my lesson: don't forget to label your settings! Just think you’ve been playing all day and you’ve really nailed a great guitar sound, so make sure you make a note of the settings.

    On my pedals, board and even on my amplifiers I always have the settings I like to use clearly noted. After all the knobs can easily get moved out of place when your equipment is in transit, and settings used during a recording session may be different from the settings that you like to use to play live! My gear has got tons of labels stuck on it to save me from having to fumble around and search for those sounds all over!

    So always make a note of your settings and keep them stuck on your pedals and amp if needs be so that for convenience and to save time you can make what tweaks you need as and when.

    The wrong sound could destroy the vibe and therefore do complete injustice to the music. If a musician is to compete with acts at the highest level, then an investment in the right equipment must be made. This can prove to be costly, but without it great talent and potential can easily be overlooked.

    EffectsBay have a really cool range of stickers that are just the right size and look like part of your pedal. Click here to check them out.

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