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Graduated with a BA in Advertising from Glasgow University. Played guitar strangely with several unknown Gothic Rock bands. Postgraduate study PgDip, in Industrial Design from Hull University. Now writing, designing and blogging on guitardesignreviews.com and taiwanduck.com.


  1. MarkGDR
    January 10, 2012 @ 4:15 pm

    You can now update your Zoom G3 to v1.12 firmware – http://www.zoom.co.jp/downloads/g3/software/
    It fixes the following;
    “1. Sometimes initialized parameter of expression pedal that set at powerd on.
    2. Added the LCD contrast menu.”

    • Cissa
      March 3, 2012 @ 6:37 am

      Distortion pedals get their sound by turning your guitar signal up as loud as it can go, then pushing the waveform even louder! Then it sounds distorted. If you do that process twice (IE. with both of your distortion pedals turned on) then your noise floor will be raised very high. All the tiny little buzzing sound you can barely hear when your guitar is clean get really loud and cause feedback! Either turn the gain/distortion/whatever down very low on both of your pedals, or only use them one at a time. That’s my advice. Hope this helped!

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