Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
Started by Hennisdk, September 08, 2010, 02:24:28 AM
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Quote from: Hennisdk on September 08, 2010, 05:44:43 AMA few years ago I bought the GT-8, and was very impressed with it, a few months later, guess what the GT-10 came out.Now I will be really mad if I buy this wonderfull expensive equipment and one year later a new unit hits the market. Yes yes I know, it is always by chance that when buying something, something new comes out.
Quote from: washburn100 on September 09, 2010, 11:08:30 AMBoy, I would have waited. I hear the VG-1099 is coming out next month. Oh well...just kidding
Quote from: bob e on September 10, 2010, 03:42:50 AMSo, what guitar and hex pick up will you be using? What amp or monitor or PA will you use?
Quote from: s0c9 on September 16, 2010, 12:36:53 PMDefinitely follow "directions" for installing the GK. Too close to the strings and they will be overly sensitive - like any pickup.However, I run my low E sensitivity at about 16, and the other strings ranging in value up to about 32.75 would not work for me. I think that's a little high.Check the input levels you are getting - press the "Chain" button. I would think you are distorting your input with sensitivity levels that high.But that's just me.
Quote from: TheGuitarPlayer on September 16, 2010, 02:25:32 PMSounds like the GK-3 pickup is too far away from the strings. Increase it's height until it is approximately 1-1.5mm from the G/D strings when you depress the string at the highest fret. You should have recieved a metal spacer tool with the GK-3 that you can use to test the distance between pickup and string.9.5mm does sound close, mines more in thr 16-18mm range. Is it possible to move the pickup a little further away from the bridge, closer to bridge pickup. Also are you measuring the distance correctly? It should be measured from the middle of the GK-3 pickup (in between the two pickup poles) to where the string contacts the bridge saddle.