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2010s Marshall ED-1 Edward Compressor Pedal Silver – used Marshall Compressor Guitar Effect Pedal


A Compressor Guitar Effect Pedal – Marshall ED-1 CompressorIn very good condition, with the some minor signs of use, but no damageThis unit is unboxed

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The 2010s Marshall ED-1 Edward Compressor Pedal Silver is in used condition and made by Marshall , it is a great Compressor Silver Guitar Effect Pedal – Marshall ED-1 CompressorIn very good condition, with the some minor signs of use, but no damageThis unit is unboxed . Available from Just Pedals for only 52 (+delivery)


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Marshall Amplification is a legendary British manufacturer of guitar amplifiers, speaker cabinets, and effects pedals, known for their iconic sound, distinctive design, and rich heritage in the music industry. Founded in 1962 by Jim Marshall, Marshall has played a significant role in shaping the sound of modern rock music.

Marshall amplifiers are celebrated for their powerful, crunchy tone and dynamic response, making them a staple among guitarists across genres. The company’s product lineup includes a wide range of amplifiers, from the classic tube-driven Marshall Plexi and JTM series to the modern Marshall DSL and JVM series, catering to different playing styles and preferences.

In addition to amplifiers, Marshall produces a variety of speaker cabinets, known for their robust construction and premium Celestion speakers. Their cabinets, such as the Marshall 4×12, are often paired with Marshall amplifiers to create the iconic “Marshall stack” configuration, a symbol of rock ‘n’ roll power and authority.

Furthermore, Marshall offers a range of effects pedals designed to complement their amplifiers and provide guitarists with additional tonal options. The company’s pedals, such as the Marshall Guv’nor and Marshall Jackhammer, are known for their rugged construction and classic Marshall tone.

With a legacy of innovation, quality, and rock ‘n’ roll spirit, Marshall continues to be a respected name in the music industry, providing guitarists with amplifiers and equipment that capture the essence of rock music and inspire creativity on stage and in the studio.

  • Compressor
  • A compressor pedal is an essential tool used in guitar playing to control the dynamic range of the instrument’s signal. Compressors work by reducing the volume of loud sounds and boosting the volume of softer sounds, effectively narrowing the dynamic range of the guitar signal. This results in a more consistent and sustained sound, with smoother transitions between notes and chords.

    Here are the key features and functions of a compressor pedal:

    1. **Threshold**: The threshold control determines the level at which the compressor begins to engage. Signals above this threshold are compressed, while signals below it remain unaffected.

    2. **Ratio**: The ratio control determines the amount of compression applied to the signal once it exceeds the threshold. For example, a ratio of 4:1 means that for every 4 dB the input signal exceeds the threshold, the output signal will be limited to 1 dB increase. Higher ratios result in more aggressive compression.

    3. **Attack**: The attack control sets how quickly the compressor responds to changes in signal level once it exceeds the threshold. A fast attack time will clamp down on peaks more quickly, while a slower attack time allows more transient peaks to pass through unaffected.

    4. **Release**: The release control determines how quickly the compressor returns to its normal state after the signal falls below the threshold. A shorter release time will result in quicker recovery to normal signal levels, while a longer release time provides more sustain and a smoother overall sound.

    5. **Level (or Output)**: This control adjusts the overall output level of the compressed signal, allowing you to match the compressed signal with the rest of your effects chain or amplifier.

    Compressor pedals offer several benefits to guitarists:

    – **Increased Sustain**: By levelling out the volume of notes and chords, compressors can extend the sustain of the guitar signal, making notes ring out longer and creating a smoother, more consistent sound.

    – **Improved Note Clarity**: Compressors can help even out the volume levels of individual notes within chords, making them sound more balanced and defined. This is particularly useful for fingerstyle playing or intricate picking techniques where note clarity is crucial.

    – **Enhanced Dynamics**: While compressors reduce the dynamic range of the signal, they can also enhance the perceived dynamics by bringing quieter passages up in volume, resulting in a more expressive and responsive playing experience.

    Overall, compressor pedals are valuable tools for guitarists seeking to control their instrument’s dynamics, increase sustain, and achieve a more polished and professional sound. Whether used subtly to smooth out peaks or aggressively to add punch and presence, compressors can significantly enhance your guitar tone and playing experience.

  • Guitar Effect Pedal
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