#170267  by wpmartin1979
 
Searing75 wrote: Wed Mar 10, 2021 6:16 pm The Microtron does not need a boost in front of it with any of my non statoblaster/buffered guitars.
For me it’s not an issue of whether it needs it for quack, but just to get the level up so there’s not a huge drop when switching from overdrive.
 #170341  by Jon S.
 
Couple of observations now that I've been able to test-drive my new Micro-Tron IV:

- the on-board low pass filter makes this pedal for me (completely eliminates any harsh high end)
- when I use my Reverend Avenger with its 6.0K middle single coil PUP, the sigal into the Micro-Tron does benefit from being goosed a bit first by my Doozy Boost

All in all, I'm digging the Micro-Tron IV. It's worth the price of admission.
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 #170351  by wpmartin1979
 
Jon S. wrote: Sat Mar 20, 2021 6:34 am Couple of observations now that I've been able to test-drive my new Micro-Tron IV:

- the on-board low pass filter makes this pedal for me (completely eliminates any harsh high end)
- when I use my Reverend Avenger with its 6.0K middle single coil PUP, the sigal into the Micro-Tron does benefit from being goosed a bit first by my Doozy Boost

All in all, I'm digging the Micro-Tron IV. It's worth the price of admission.
Smooth right? Jerry was definitely in the low pass zone or at least that’s the JG setting they give you :musicsmile:
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