SP Compressor Demo and Tutorial

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I've shied away from compressors for a long time.  They just never seemed that necessary and were way too easy to overkill.  Well, this little baby changes everything.

 

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Check out these lessons to hear the SP Compressor in action

This Is Living

A high energy celebration.
Album: 
This Is Living
Song Key: 
E
BPM: 
128

Waterfall

Simple lead work and rhythm that sounds great on electric or acoustic
Album: 
Love Ran Red
Song Key: 
B♭
BPM: 
130

Marvelous Light

This one drives so warm that strumming hand up.
Song Key: 
B
BPM: 
123

Kingdom Come

Get ready to shred.
Album: 
Kingdom
Song Key: 
F
BPM: 
70

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Comments

lessen/greenroom request.

i know you already have in the 101 section a tone lesson, but can you do a how-to from start to finish how to set up your pedelboard? basically what i was thinking was you start with your pedalboard with nothing on it and then you just show how you connect the pedals and put them into the power and then to the amp, well really just going through the signal chain but building the pedalboard.

i just know that for me being a beginner and also being visual that it would be easier for me to see how to build it from the start to finish.

thanks

ryan

Something like this?

https://worshipartistry.com/greenroom/tone-talk/worship-artistry-pedalboard-walkthrough

yes

yeah! so i know that you go from the guitar then the tuner then the first set of effects but then to the amp, so when you go into the amp is that just a saying or do you really go into the amp? and also in the 101 tune lessen you said that you have a opion to go to the effects loop does it automatically do that or is there a switch on the amp?

like i said i don't have a pedalboard yet just getting all my ducks in line.

thanks

ryan

Amp setup

A guitar amp has 2 parts: the preamp and the speaker. The preamp is where all the electronics are and they give the amp it's tone. From there the signal goes to the speaker. An effects loop allows you to run effects between the preamp and the speaker. Not all amps have them so it's something to look for. Effects sound slightly different depending if they come before or after the preamp.

ok

thank you so much!

blessings

ryan