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Published on May 28, 2012
I shot another Swift-&-Filthy demo to focus more on the bright switch, and touch sensitivity. So it's basically me running through several gain settings and toggling the bright switch while I pluck out a few chords at varying pick intensity. Even at maximum gain setting, you can still get some variance in the amount of grit just by how hard or soft you pick.
The bright switch can be used to compensate for pickups. With a fat-sounding humbucker, the bright switch can stay on. In this demo, I used a Strat to show that even with a single coil tone, you can still get a useable high-frequency response. (The bridge pickup in that Strat is a Seymour Duncan Classic Stack STK1-B. Although it is a functional humbucker pickup, it still has a single coil tone.)
This video is a supplement to another video for this OD project. For more information, visit the first video and be sure to check out its description.