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One of the most commonly seen types of pedals in the guitar industry is filter pedals. Noise filter pedals help you maintain a guitar signal that is usable in your rig and completely noise free. Contact us today at N Stuff Music for more information on what filter pedals might be right for you to use in order to make your rig function its best and sound as noise-free as possible.

We all know how this story unfolds. You have a great guitar and it is plugged into one of your favorite amps. Then after your amp you have a fancy pedalboard with your favorite name brand and boutique pedals that you use to shape your tone and give it a unique and excellent sound. But upon all of this gear being used you turn the amp on and a swarm of hiss and noise pipes through the amplifier almost as much as any guitar sound does. This is where noise filter or noise suppression pedals come into play. A noise filter will allow you to dial as much of that unnecessary noise out of your signal as you need to. The pedal sits comfortably in your rig and must be placed at the end of the signal chain in order to eliminate any of the possible noise that the pedals may also create.

This category also contains the pedals used to create that classic envelope filter quack of the classic rock era and many others. Known for its quirky sweep and iconic sound, the envelope filter is one of the most unique pedals in the guitar effects world. However, it has a sound that players have loved for decades because of its quack and sweep meant to turn the guitar into a platform of soundscapes and creativity.

One of the most unique and creative aspects of the envelope filter pedal is how expressive a player is able to be with it. The envelope filter will perform its sound judging by the attack the guitarist is playing with. The harsher the attack, the more the spawn of the quack will occur. Lighten your touch and the sound will mellow out almost has if you have a wah pedal cocked back.

Filter effects are some of the most interesting sounds in the world of guitar effects. They are quirky and fun which is why at N Stuff Music we have a variety of these effects pedals so that the fun is never ending here with guitar effects. Great guitarists often find ways of using the most unique effects pedals in different settings to innovate new sounds and approaches to sonically change the guitar.

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