Donner Noise Killer Guitar Effect Pedal Noise Gate Pedal 2 Modes
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- 【Noise Killer】The Noise Killer features smart, fast noise detection and smooth attack/release time. It reduces background noise effectively when you’re not playing without tone sucking. Compact dual-mode noise gate pedal
- 【Whole aluminium-alloy】Whole aluminium-alloy classic, stable and strong
- 【True bypass】True bypass provide transparent tone.Featuring a pure analog design.The Noise Killer is designed and built with carefully selected components to ensure best sound quality and road performance.
- 【Easy, flexible controls】The Noise Killer is a super easy-to-use smart noise gate pedal with two noise reduction modes. Adjusting the noise reduction degree:-70—+10dB.
- 【DC 9V Jack】DC 9V Adapter power supply. (plug polarity is positive on the barrel and negative in the center).(NOT INCLUDED)
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The Noise Killer is a super easy-to-use smart noise gate pedal with two noise reduction modes. The fast noise detection and smooth attack/release keeps everything quiet without affecting the notes you played.
Sensitive But Smooth
The Noise Killer features smart, fast noise detection and smooth attack/release time. It reduces background noise effectively when
you’re not playing without tone sucking.
Easy Controls, Wide Flexibilities
Adjusting the noise reduction degree:-70—+10dB.
No complex, annoying noise gate settings any more! Connect this unit to your pedalboard or amp, set a threshold level, and done.
The Noise Killer offers two noise reduction modes for satisfying different musicians. For most scenarios, set it to SOFT mode; if you need stronger noise reduction, set it to HARD mode.
1. DC 9V Jack:
For power supply, use a 9-volt DC regulated by AC adapter, 500mA (plug polarity is positive on the barrel and negative in the center).
2. Mode Selector: Selects from two modes: HARD: Faster, harder noise reduction SOFT: Softer, smoother noise reduction
3. THRESHOLD Knob: Controls the noise gate threshold.
4. Input Jack: 1/4” mono audio jack, for connecting guitar.
Output Jack: 1/4” mono audio jack, for connecting to an amplififier.
5. Footswitch : Tap to switch the unit on/off. The LED will lit up when the effect is on.
1 x Donner Noise Killer Effect Pedal
1 x User’s Manual
- Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
- Current Consumption: 26mA
- Dimensions: 42x93.5x52mm
- Weight: 230g
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|Effect||Distortion||Distortion||ABY BOX||Chorus and Delay||Delay and Reverb|
|Features||Efficient chip operation||Efficient chip operation||Buffer bypass||Buffer bypass||Buffer bypass|
|Power Supply||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC|
|Tone style||Original 80’s sound||Classic&Warm&crazy||Clean circuit design||Tradition and pure sound||Original sound|
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So, this was delivered the other day and I've had the chance to use it several times. I put it after my Joyo Vintage Overdrive (noisy) and Skreddy Lunar Module (fairly quiet unless turned up to high levels) but before my modulation/time effects. Honestly, I really don't turn on the Donner much for the Skreddy unless I crank up the fuzz to crazy levels or combine it with the Overdrive. However, when I use the Overdrive, whether alone or combined with the Skreddy, it gets really noisy. This is where I have been pleasantly surprised. The Donner is very easy to set with one dial and I was able to fine tune the Threshold (on the Soft filter setting) to where it cuts out most of the noise but still allows me to have significant sustain (I'm using a Fender Stagemaster FAT SSS). This also works well as I can kick in my compressor (which amplifies noise; MXR Dyna Comp) which furthers the sustain and can boost the levels even more without a lot of noise (i.e. it's a lot quieter). I haven't used the Hard setting, so I can't speak to that, but the Soft has been plenty.
FYI, I did have a Boss NS2 that died on me. The NS2 did a good job of filtering but I found it to have a harder cut than the Donner. Also, the NS2, with numerous settings available, takes some more tweaking but does allow more options. The Donner is very quick and intuitive to set with a pretty soft cut (at least on the Soft setting). The Effect Loop on the NS2 was a nice option and allowed me to run my noisy pedals through the loop and bypass the modulation/time based effects.
If your looking for more settings, options and fine tuning, the NS2 may work well for you. If you want something that is easy to set, does a good job, takes up very little space on your board, the Donner is a great option. I wish I could compare this to additional noise pedals, but I can't. For me, this pedal is worth every cent and a small investment.
I HIGHLY recommend this to ANY guitarist.
to say the Donner does the trick. Simple to use with a tiny price and a tiny footprint. way to go
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Granted, there's some loss in sustain, but that's the inevitable nature of noise gates. You can dial in a compromise and have a little bit of hiss and a little bit more sustain - it's really up to you. Jacks snap in and hold well without wobble and the pedal is well presented in a sturdy flip top box. Free sticker too!
Donner, though a budget brand, have some really great pieces of equipment which can't be sniffed at! Recommended!
Having said that, I actually think I prefer the quality of this pedal and the setting that I have found on it to the more expensive gate pedals that I've used. Will need to do some further playing to find out whether this becomes a permanent feature on the board as opposed to a back up